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“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.” George R.R. Martin

Do you remember that tiny bookshelf next to the vending machines? No? Well, actually very few people do. Inside it there was plenty of books in English waiting only to be read.
For this reason, a bunch of students of the fourth year of the ‘Liceo Scientifico’, on request of their English teacher Mr. Germondani, decided to spend one afternoon at school, take them away from there and place them in a bigger bookshelf behind the janitors’ desk. The books have also been divided according to their language level, making it easier for the readers to find the right level for them.
This repositioning was made to help students that want to approach the English language in a deeper way, allowing them to improve their comprehension skills and their vocabulary. Sure enough reading in English is definitely useful, not only for the above reasons, but also because it pushes to research and study which provide the necessary abilities to recognize and avoid scams either on the web or in real life, an extremely important thing especially in this period.

Summing up, this little but useful project is available from now. Everyone can take and read a book and, if they want, leave one (obviously in English!) that they particularly liked to be read by others. If you are interested, the only thing you have to do is going to the bottom of the hallway towards the ‘Scientifico’ side, open the bookcase and, thanks to the signs, find the perfect book with the right level for you!
If you think that one book is too easy or too difficult for the category in which it is now, take a piece of paper, write the title of the book and where, in your opinion, it should be placed. In this way you will help the other students, because reading is FUN and should be shared!

Classe IV A, Liceo Scientifico

Here below a short photogallery of the project.

 

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