Teachers creating readers Find out about strategies and effective teaching practice for creating readers. The ideas here will help you develop a classroom culture where reading for pleasure is encouraged and supported.
Reading aloud Find information, tips and strategies for reading aloud to help engage students of all ages with reading for pleasure.
Helping students choose books for reading pleasure Librarians and teachers have an important role in helping students learn how to find a ‘just right’ book.
Student reading interests Knowing your students' reading interests will help you connect them with reading material they'll enjoy. It also ensures your school library collection can be developed to suit students' needs, abilities, and interests.
Reluctant readers Explore strategies you can use to support and motivate reluctant readers, so that they become readers who want to read for the sheer joy of it. This guide also includes insights specific to boys and reading.
Tween readers — keeping them motivated Discover ways to keep children reading during the tween years, from around ages 9 to 12. Knowing their interests and providing a range of reading material will help keep their enjoyment of reading alive.
Engaging teens with reading Find inspiration, and strategies to encourage teenagers to read for pleasure. Learn why it's important that teens read, and what may motivate them to choose reading from a range of activities competing for their time.
Book clubs Explore options for setting up and running a book club, to engage students and contribute to the reading culture at your school. Find ideas for discussions and activities your book club will enjoy.