Book improves marks

An unusual educational project has started in Svetlogorsk

An unusual educational project has started in Svetlogorsk
An unusual educational project has started in Svetlogorsk

The basis of it was practices in German and Austrian schools. If a pupil goes to the library during the summer holidays and reads the necessary quantity of books, he or she receives a special registered certificate. Having shown this certificate to a teacher, pupils can improve their mark by one point for the first term on reading or on Belarusian and Russian literature. Svetlogorsk pupils from the 1st to 9th form participate in the project, called Library and School: Partners in the Field of Education. The author of the project, manager of regional children’s library, Lyudmila Gradulenko explained the details, “The Summer Reading Club will run from June 1st till August 31st. Children from 6 till 10 years old should read 10 or more books and 11 till 15 year olds — over 20 books. These do not have to be only books of the school programme, but also any books they wish. Children must keep a reading diary, and then retell the book’s contents. In my opinion, independent reading is one of the major educational factors. For the present, certificates will improve the marks only on literary subjects, but library workers do not exclude the idea of such disciplines as history and geography being included in the list of Summer Reading Club.
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