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Why--and What--Teens Should Be Reading Outside of School (A Seminar for Parents)

Why--and What--Teens Should Be Reading Outside of School (A Seminar for Parents)

We all know that today’s teens should read more, but the more salient questions about why or what they should read often go unanswered. Mike Bergin of Chariot Learning has answers to share in the form of research supported facts and strategies for building regular reading habits. Participants will learn the following from this free interactive online seminar:

  • Is reading a skill that can be improved?
  • How often should teens read to unlock real mastery?
  • What are the benefits of stronger reading skills?
  • How do broad reading skills impact school grades and test scores?
  • What nonfiction and fiction books are best for high schoolers?
  • With limited time available, what kind of reading should teens prioritize?

Register by 1 PM on June 22 by emailing deena.viviani@libraryweb.org or calling 784-5300.

Date:
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Time:
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Brighton - Library
Campus:
Brighton Memorial Library
Audience:
  Adults     Seniors  
Categories:
  HOME SCHOOLERS     INSTRUCTION     PARENTING     READING PROGRAM     SUMMER READING     Streamed Event  

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