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Independent Reading, when done right, will bring you and your students so many happy days together. This independent reading program will make it easy for you.
Imagine yourself on your way to class. You walk by one of your students laying in a sunny patch of hallway, reading The Hate U Give. You walk by another with earbuds in, and notice he's listening to The Knife of Never Letting Go on audio. As you enter your classroom, you see two students over by your bookshelf, arguing about whether Stephen King or Orson Scott Card is more fun to read. You think happily of a letter you just got from a parent yesterday, telling you you're the first teacher to get her son to read a book in five years.
Does it have to be a fantasy?
Sometimes it's tough to fight the barrage of "I hate reading" you hear from students who have been repeating it for a decade. You want to change their minds, but you don't know how. Your administrators sure aren't telling you. You might have read 180 Days, or put No More Fake Reading on your Amazon wish list.
But... is it really possible to help readers this reluctant fall in love with reading? Like, as reluctant as your last period seniors?
Yes. After ten years of experimentation and research, I've developed this program to solve these problems for you.
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With this program, you can:
Gather and organize your reading library quickly
Check-In on your readers easily
Keep reading fun
This program is ready and waiting to ignite a love of reading in your students. Check out the video preview for an in-depth look at all the tools for success that you'll find inside.
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