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The Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Dominican University received a National Leadership Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for a three-year research study to determine the effects that public library summer reading programs had on student achievement. The study reported that students who participated in public library summer reading programs scored higher on reading achievement tests at the beginning of the next school year. Students who participated in public library summer reading programs also demonstrated higher reading achievement than those students who did not participate. The study concludes by observing that children who participate in public library summer reading programs returned to school ready to learn, improved their reading achievement and skills, increased their enjoyment of reading, were more motivated to read, were more confident in their reading, read beyond what was required in their free time, and perceived reading to be more important.

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Summer Reading at New York Libraries is an annual program that brings children and families into local public libraries for reading and activities. Over 1.6 million of New York’s children and teens participated in the State Library-sponsored program in 2011. Some 1,100 local libraries throughout New York State offer a summer reading program geared towards the needs of children in their communities. Public libraries partner with school and local organizations to help promote and create the program. Children are encouraged to discuss, write about, and report on the books they read. Library staff help children select reading materials and provide literacy-enhancing programs such as storytelling, music, creative arts, and performances.

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…we should provide all children, regardless of their achievement levels, with as many reading experiences as possible. Indeed, this becomes doubly imperative for precisely those children whose verbal abilities are most in need of bolstering, for it is the very act of reading that can build these capabilities…we often despair of changing our students’ abilities, but there is one partially malleable habit that will itself develop abilities – reading! -- Anne E. Cunningham and Keith E. Stanovich (1998)

Please advice me is this the correct way or in BP2 do I have to write,the disadvantages of paper books,i’m confused of that

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Thanks for all your help. You have be amazing. I have my test tomorrow but i just came across this “outweigh” question.
Kindly clarify how i should go about it. After my Introduction, do i give advantages of e-copy, which i think is more advantageous, then proceed to give disadvantages of paper copies?

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Hi Liz, quick question!
If the question asks: “adv outweigh the disadv.”. Should I start the first BP with advantages (following the same order as it is in the statement) or should I always start with the opposite side of my opinion (regardless of the statement order)?

2. Items that are excessively wordy assess students’ reading ability rather than their attainment of the learning objective

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It is a lot cheaper to buy an e-book than a traditional book, especially compared to the hardback versions which can be very expensive. Money is saved once more as there are no travel costs to gain access to an e-book, but there is a paper book as mentioned before. As well as this, most e-books offer the first chapter for free to give the buyer a chance to see if the book is worth their money. On the other hand when buying traditional copies this option is not available and the reader must judge the book by it’s cover. Admittedly, there is a blurb on the back of paper books but this is not enough to see whether a book is worth the buy. Not to mention that the blurb is also available on all e-books too.

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Some people consider e-books to lack the traditional essence of an actual paper book. Owning a book is different to having a digital copy as some say that it gives the book more value. For instance, a book can be kept for life and borrowed to friends whereas an e-book could be accidentally deleted in seconds. Others argue against e-books as it is thought that reading on a bright screen for long periods of time can have damaging effects on the eyes, however paper books do not cause problems in the same way.

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There is an increasing number of people who prefer reading e-books over traditional paper copies. In my opinion, although there are some drawbacks to e-books, I believe that the advantages are far more significant than these disadvantages.