Gawith, Gwen (1987) Library Alive: Prompting Reading and Research in the School Library. A&C Black Publishers Ltd. New Zealand
中文版譯者︰方潤 (Chinese version translator: Fongyun)
Daily Fongyun - 2/26/2006 4:18:38 AM
- Make sure no-one in your school has the chance to behave like a real reader.
- Never give any precious class time to talking about books or authors.
- Don't give pupils opportunities to talk about what they are reading.
- Colour code books (or use some other method) so that everyone is aware of how "good" or "bad" they are at reading. Don’t let anyone choose a book that is "too easy" or "too hard".
- Never join in talking about books except to ask, "Did you enjoy it? Why?"
- Insist on a review or a written response to every book read.
- Have library time every week and insist everyone takes out a book – don't worry about whether they every read it.
- Never give anyone time to read.
- Make sure you "do" comprehension regularly from text books.
- Create an environment that discourages reading. Start by putting up a poster about books or authors and leave it there to gather dust, curl up at the edges, get torn and be ignored.
- Keep the library locked or inaccessible at lunchtime and after school. Use it mostly for meetings.
- Make sure here is never anyone around the books to help or advise.
- Let the teacher librarian dose the children with "library skills" once a year and hope this acts as a slow release vitamin. Don’t mention library skills at any other time.
- Make sure the teacher librarian never communicates except about overdue books or eating in the library.
- Don't give a teacher librarian time to do the job properly – Preferably appoint someone who knows nothing about books or reading.
- Don't devise any ways potential readers might find books they would enjoy. Never ask pupils to suggest books for school.
- Shelve all books spine out.
- Don't have books in classrooms. If you do, make sure that "reading" books are given greater status than "real" books.
- Never discard books that are dirty, tattered, out-of-date; in fact, spend as little as possible on books.
- Apart from books for "learning to read" which everyone (especially remedial readers) need to stay "on" until they have finished the scheme, behave as if books were unimportant; use worksheets, card, reading laboratories, exercises. etc. instead.
- Never read aloud; if you do , never do it regularly, never finish the book you start reading, never read the book first yourself ( unless it's the one you read last year and the year before and the year before that), never practise, never choose anything new.
- Remember only infants have carpets and cushions in book corners. No one over eight should be able to find somewhere comfortable to red in school.
- Have a Book Week once a year to raise funds for another computer. Don't prepare for it or follow it up.
- Don't on any account open a school bookshop or organise a book club or hold a book swap.
- Make it clear that comics, joke books, riddles, magazines, newspapers are not wanted in the classroom.
- Be a good non reading model.
- Avoid reading in silent reading time- mark books or do some admin.-anything to indicate that there are more important things to do.
- Don't read yourself because you don't have time. Who does?
- Don't talk about books to your colleagues or to your pupils.
- Don't try to keep up with what is being published for children; don't read reviews, join professional associations, go to meetings or attend courses.
永不朗讀，就算有也不經常這樣做。開始讀的書永遠不讀完，永遠不自己先把書讀一遍(除了那些 N 年前讀過的舊書)，永遠不實踐，不嘗試新方法。
漫畫 / 笑話 / 謎語書、雜誌 / 報紙，統統不准在課室出現。
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