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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Mystery Readers at R. L. Young

The children in Mrs. Bittle's first grade class at Raymond L. Young Elementary never know who will appear as a Mystery Reader each week. This classroom program provides an opportunity for children to hear others read and begin to see themselves as readers.

This year Mrs. Bittle has had parents, grandparents, Central Office staff, and administrators share their favorite books. Recently, Dr. Frank Buck shared a book entitled Parade. Once was a band director, he shared his love for music with the children and played some familiar tunes on a recorder.

The use of Mystery Readers in a classroom allows students a break from routine, a bit of excitement, a boost of motivation to become a reader, and fun memories of their first grade year.

Good job, Mrs. Bittle for going the extra mile to provide something special for your students!


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