How virtual book clubs can encourage student reading

Sixth-grade teacher Ryan Kinser describes how virtual book clubs can be a simple, enjoyable way to interest students in reading and offers several tips for teachers interested in adding them to the curriculum. He recommends teachers determine the role of the clubs in lessons, the inclusion of students without home Internet access and the guidelines of participation. Kinser also suggests reaching out to parents and letting students guide the club.

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