Re: Get free graded readers to evaluate with your students
- Hi everyone,
I can't participate because I don't fit in the requirements... Sorry.
At least, not this year/course.
But, I tried to enter to http://moodlereader.org for more information
on this project but, I need a password... Do I need to get it from
Thanks. And congratulations for your job, it's a good idea to
> Right now, as a member of the Extensive Reading Foundation, I amof
> trying to find more teachers to participate in our annual "Graded
> Reader Giveaway." The initial deadline for applications was February
> 20, but none of the categories has yet reached its full complement
> 10 participants, so the deadline has been extended to March 10.will
> This year, from graded readers published in 2008, the ERF judges
> choose three finalist titles in each of 5 categories: YoungLearners,
> and 4 Adolescent & Adult categoriesBeginner, Elementary,10
> Intermediate, Upper Intermediate/Advanced. In each category, two
> copies each of the three finalist titles are placed in the hands of
> classes around the world. Successful applicants will receive thebooks
> soon after the finalists have been announced at the beginning ofApril
> You may apply for consideration if:
> 1. Your class, school or library has an extensive reading program
> in place to which the supplied titles can be added.
> 2. Students can read, evaluate and vote for the books by the July
> 10 deadline.
> For complete information on how to apply, please go to the ERF
> website: http://erfoundation.org
> Tom Robb
- Hi Tom
this looks really interesting for my pupils and I've been running
round in circles trying to apply and get into the website or the
moodle - to no avail : my mails bounce back at me :((
Could you give me a hand here please - if it's not too late to apply ?
Helen in Nice
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> Hi everyone,
> I can't participate because I don't fit in the requirements... Sorry.
> At least, not this year/course.
> But, I tried to enter to http://moodlereader.org for more information
> on this project but, I need a password... Do I need to get it from
> Thanks. And congratulations for your job, it's a good idea to
> encourage reading!