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Study Groups at the Library: Reading Activities 2

Reading Circles can be conducted by having the tutor focus on one book that the participants read together. In this case, the tutor starts by reading aloud while the others read along. The tutor models the physical act of following along by running a finger on the page to follow the text as one listens….

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Study Groups at the Library: Reading Activities 1

Fostering the creation of study groups at the Library would promote more independent active learning , and be more effective with multi-level groups. It would require a study tutor and a group of 4-6 participants. The study group method is applicable for adult learners, and can be relevant to groups such as ESL students, literacy…

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