Literacy for Immigrant Families

Literacy for Immigrant Families is a program where parents and students come together to read grade-level books and learn how to support literacy development. The program is designed for emerging and struggling readers in grades 1-5. Students have opportunities to practice reading skills using different strategies. After reading a book, students complete a book review and discuss the elements of a story to enhance reading comprehension and vocabulary skills. Parents participate alongside their children. The program is supported by partnerships between the district’s ELL program and the Brookline Main Library.
***If there is no school, no Reading Group! (e.g., holidays, vacations, snow days, etc.) We follow the school district’s calendar.***
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When

The next event in this series is on March 24, 2017 at 2:00 pm

Location

Brookline Village - Children's Room Rabbit Hole
361 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02445, United States

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