[ISLMA-Share] Bluestem Accountability

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You could have a jar for each book filled with questions only someone who
read it could discuss. When they turn the book in, have them draw a
question and chat about it. 1 question, so not a quiz, and the idea of
discussing the book might scare off those who didn't read.

On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 9:41 AM, Email list for the Illinois School Library
Media Association <islma at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Good Morning Everyone,
>     Would anyone mind sharing with me how they hold their 3rd - 5th grades
> students accountable for the Bluestem nominee books they read.  In the
> past, I have just taken students word for what book they have actually
> read.  However, I suspiciously had quite a few students read a number of
> them the last week or so before the deadline.  I am just curious if anyone
> has a creative way to find out if the students actually read the books they
> claim to.
> Thank you in advance for any ideas you share!
> *Amy Healy*
> Library Information Specialist
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