Tag Archives: reading

Read Aloud in the UCL IOE Library for World Book Day 2015

      On Thursday 23 April a group of staff from across the Institute (along with a colleague from UCL) came together in the Library to mark World Book Night with a celebration of ‘Reading aloud and listening to others read’. … Continue reading

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Using Graphic Novels to inspire reluctant readers

From Reluctant Reader to Comic Genius On display in the Curriculum Resources section of the library we have a selection of work by pupils from St Peter’s Primary School, W9. The work is the result of a project run by … Continue reading

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Monsters! Horror! Magic! Witches! Haunted houses! Ghosts! The supernatural!

If you like these, then you’re bound to like some of the books currently on display on Level Four of the Library (near the staircase). A variety of novels, picture books and poetry books have been selected to tie in … Continue reading

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My first experience of cataloguing…

By Katherine Doyle I am a UCL student on the MA Archives and Records Management course; I am at the Institute of Education’s Archive for two weeks to get some experience of cataloguing.  On my first day I was presented … Continue reading

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Bookstart: inspiring a lifelong love of books

“For years, the UK’s Bookstart, the first national programme in the world in which free books are distributed to families with babies, has been an inspiring example for many other countries”  (Vanobbergen, Bruno , Daems, Marie and Van Tilburg, Sarah(2009) … Continue reading

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