Book Clubs are small groups that meet regularly to talk about various types of texts.
Book clubs usually have facilitators, often teachers or librarians, and the members of a book club take on roles at each session. They use role cards, which make sure that the book club is student-driven and everyone joins in the discussion. These roles may change from session to session or rotate at given intervals. Book clubs should have access to a wide range of reading materials. These materials can be graded readers, poems and carefully chosen newspapers and magazines. From time to time you can have a book club session when you do quizzes, watch a film, discuss magazine articles or do an art project. You will find resources here.
Book Club Resources
Role cards, role badges, level tests, book selection activities, book personality quizzes, a book club schedule and reading timers.
Fun activities and games.
Read about setting up a book club, the benefits of book club, book club management.
Here you will find a list of film adaptations of novels which can be found in our Readers Catalogue.