Thursday, May 5, 2011

Good books from school to college

How to make a young student who can read a future avid reader as a teenager? How to listen to and what kind of reading the guide?

How to help a child to love reading in the school year where he started to enjoy the deciphering of the texts and to feel the need to know in his close entourage, both at school and family to share this joy with those new he likes ...

Analyze needs
The youth edition has become a must for caring parents to their children's intellectual awakening of new readers. The covers of the books have an essential attraction for the child or preteen and layout has to seduce the one who flips. So much for the novels of contemporary authors as for the classic look updated, over 20% of young readers buy a book on the good looks of the cover, even more than with the advice of a friend, not to mention the parental influence that it plays only for 11% of this purchase ...

What readings for what age?
Two criteria to be first in order to determine if these books are suitable for mature young readers:

reading level required
substantive remark made by the books.
The ideal course of reading, in parallel with school life, aims to read books at this pivotal age and go upmarket to ensure a gradual, based on:

"The 1001 children's books need to be read to grow" at the initiative of Julia Eccleshare , Editions Flammarion, a voluminous document of course, but full of sound references
"An ideal library - That read 5 to 11 years?" Anne-Laure Blanc , at Mare editions, which helps to support an informed choice, living and participatory.
Reading aloud is recommended to give substance to the story and give birth as per click, in the child's appetite for reading, in the opinion of Danielle Sallenave who recently published "Why do you write novels" .

Found in two publications for school listed above, for example, books Roal Dahl, Anne Fine for humor and investigations as well as historical novels, in short, a wide, jubilant.

What appeals to a younger audience?
Read in these terms, tips and caring support, enable a discovery of flexible and spontaneous personal connection that develops between a reader and book.

Read must be a first experience of life, a preparation that involves live, reflect a transposition in the text, common emotions: those of love, rejoice, be afraid ... doubt.

Universal themes always occupy an important place: the fantastic especially chivalrous like Tolkien's work, but also romance, anticipation, science fiction. In the age group of tweens: Serge Brussolo , Pierre Bordage, for France.

Reflections of Practitioners
How to get out of Harry Potter and Twilight by refusing any fatalism, putting aside the two pillars and reading standards, popular among young readers today?

The classics of French literature in the short-Classics Collection Folio, the short novels of Francis Place , the new AméricainTruman Capote, a mix of short texts illustrious literary memory of French or foreign, with those of authors contemporaries, arouse the desire to read.

Jean-Phillipe-Arrou Vignod who has taught and written extensively for Gallimard, do not hesitate to advise students to ignore the first 80 pages of Father Goriot and long descriptions, which can discourage.

His own books, intended for a young audience, funny and profound, are designed to foster the development of an inner world in which every young student matures.

Writer and educator author who also is a teacher, has designed many book reports available on the site, Gallimard Jeunesse, which are valuable job aids, including addressing the children's novels are very popular as very useful , both teachers and parents curious to effectively guide student learning.

"Share the love of words, books and stories" and repeat the child, the adolescent (...) "Be curious! Everything. Fascinated up for the construction of the pyramids, the birth of stars The lives of men in Calcutta, Zanzibar, past history as the present age, as far as the nearest. thy neighbor as overseas ... Read, listen, look. Learn without prejudice, or exclusive laziness. Let nothing from the incredible profusion of human activities, do either indifferent. "