100th Readers Blog Post

We started blogging about the importance and love of reading (in and out of the English classroom) in May 2013, more than a year ago, and today we are happy to post our 100th blog post. To celebrate this milestone, we have put together a selection of our most visited posts.

We would like to thank our readers for following our blog. We have planned a new series of blogs about the world of books and reading, and we will continue to provide useful insights into teaching methods, print&go worksheets, literary anecdotes and interviews with authors and illustrators.

This is a selection of our most visited posts.

1 Using the illustrations in graded readers: visualisation

2 5 + 5 Tips on Extensive Reading

3 Reading the Classics in Class

4 Music for Your Reading Class

illustration from Grace, Romeo, Juliet and Fred by Martyn Hobbs

Illustration from Grace, Romeo, Juliet and Fred by Martyn Hobbs

5 Mystery at the Mill Special and Interview

Mystery at the Mill

6 (Re)visit London

7 A class project: a sequel to Next Door

Next Door by Robert Campbell

8 Read to Write: How to create a mysterious setting in 8 easy steps

1 Using the illustrations in graded readers: visualisation

2 5 + 5 Tips on Extensive Reading

Reading the Classics in Class

4 Music for Your Reading Class

Illustration from Grace, Romeo, Juliet and Fred by Martyn Hobbs.

Illustration from Grace, Romeo, Juliet and Fred by Martyn Hobbs.

5 Mystery at the Mill Special and Interview

Mystery at the Mill

6 (Re)visit London

7 A class project: a sequel to Next Door

Next Door by Robert Campbell

8 Read to Write: How to create a mysterious setting in 8 easy steps

9 10 Stories of Love

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10 Involve the Family in Reading Projects

11 6 Strategies for Reading with Young Learners

12 Help your students become critical readers -Critical reading and thinking in the English classroom

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