Y10 – 07/09/16

Due: 21/09 (Issued: 07/09)

Title: My library service

Task

  1. Research the different book services available from Swindon library service – make a list of what and how you can “read” books;
  2. Research how to become a member of Swindon’s library service – describe what you need to do and take with you (what do you need?);
  3. Visit your nearest library;
  4. Join your library service, ensuring you take sufficient identification for membership (you will need to take your parent or guardian);
  5. Borrow a book (of your choice) from the library
  6. Read your book for at least an hour during the week
  7. Record details of what you read in your reading log

Musts

  1. For point 2 (above) write in full sentences;
  2. Correct use of capital letters and (at least) full stops;
  3. Check any spellings you are unsure of.

Dictionary

http://www.dictionary.com

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Y8 – 06/09/16

Due: 20/09 (Issued: 06/09)

Title: My library service

Task

  1. Research the different book services available from Swindon library service – make a list of what and how you can “read” books;
  2. Research how to become a member of Swindon’s library service – describe what you need to do and take with you (what do you need?);
  3. Visit your nearest library;
  4. Join your library service, ensuring you take sufficient identification for membership (you will need to take your parent or guardian);
  5. Borrow a book (of your choice) from the library
  6. Read your book for at least an hour during the week
  7. Record details of what you read in your reading log

Musts

  1. For point 2 (above) write in full sentences;
  2. Correct use of capital letters and (at least) full stops;
  3. Check any spellings you are unsure of.

Dictionary

www.dictionary.com

Y9 – 06/09/16

Due: 20/09 (Issued: 06/09)

Title: My library service

Task

  1. Research the different book services available from Swindon library service – make a list of what and how you can “read” books;
  2. Research how to become a member of Swindon’s library service – describe what you need to do and take with you (what do you need?);
  3. Visit your nearest library;
  4. Join your library service, ensuring you take sufficient identification for membership (you will need to take your parent or guardian);
  5. Borrow a book (of your choice) from the library
  6. Read your book for at least an hour during the week
  7. Record details of what you read in your reading log

Musts

  1. For point 2 (above) write in full sentences;
  2. Correct use of capital letters and (at least) full stops;
  3. Check any spellings you are unsure of.

Dictionary

www.dictionary.com

Tutor Group – 08/09/16

Due: 22/09 (Issued: 08/09)

Title: My library service

Task

  1. Research the different book services available from Swindon library service – make a list of what and how you can “read” books;
  2. Research how to become a member of Swindon’s library service – describe what you need to do and take with you (what do you need?);
  3. Visit your nearest library;
  4. Join your library service, ensuring you take sufficient identification for membership (you will need to take your parent or guardian);
  5. Borrow a book (of your choice) from the library
  6. Read your book for at least an hour during the week
  7. Record details of what you read in your reading log

Musts

  1. For point 2 (above) write in full sentences;
  2. Correct use of capital letters and (at least) full stops;
  3. Check any spellings you are unsure of.

Dictionary

www.dictionary.com

Y7 – 06/09/16

Due: 20/09 (Issued: 06/09)

Title: My library service

Task

  1. Research the different book services available from Swindon library service – make a list of what and how you can “read” books;
  2. Research how to become a member of Swindon’s library service – describe what you need to do and take with you (what do you need?);
  3. Visit your nearest library;
  4. Join your library service, ensuring you take sufficient identification for membership (you will need to take your parent or guardian);
  5. Borrow a book (of your choice) from the library
  6. Read your book for at least an hour during the week
  7. Record details of what you read in your reading log

Musts

  1. For point 2 (above) write in full sentences;
  2. Correct use of capital letters and (at least) full stops;
  3. Check any spellings you are unsure of.

Dictionary

www.dictionary.com

Easter Reading Scheme

Task (every day):

  • Set aside time (up to an hour) to read your book
  • If you have time and wish to do so, please read for as long as you like
  • Sit somewhere comfortable and away from distraction
  • Read your book
  • Use the dictionary for words that you do not know
  • Complete your reading log

Extension:

  • If you have access to the Internet, post any questions, thoughts or ideas that you have had about your book as a comment on this post.

What you need (resources):

  • Your book
  • Your reading log
  • A pen
  • A dictionary, for new words

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