校长进课堂、知识竞赛、英文书展……朝阳凯文图书周创意满满!Book Week

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本周,朝阳凯文学校举办了图书周活动,

从校长团队前往小学班级为同学们讲故事,

到种类丰富的原版书展,

从知识竞赛,

再到夯实的阅读课程……

学校通过一系列活动,

激发孩子们的主动阅读兴趣,

帮助他们思考文字背后的故事,

引导孩子们探索在已知与未知之间,

精彩纷呈。


Part 01

最丰富的活动

 

  • 校长团队为小学生读绘本


本周,校长团队来到小学部,为孩子们挑选喜欢的绘本进行阅读。


孩子们时而被校长们的故事逗得哈哈大笑,时而被津津有味的故事情节吸引,时而急迫地询问故事发展,时而自己提出自己的疑问。


校长们用自己丰富的教学经验,引导孩子们在阅读过程中找到自己的方向,开拓阅读视野。


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  • 中学代表前往小学讲故事



本次图书周,还有一个很重要的环节,就是中学生代表利用课外课的时间,前往小学部,为自己的学弟学妹们读绘本。


不同于ELT团队的讲解,中学生代表们更容易和孩子们打成一片,不仅丰富了学弟学妹们的课堂活动,同时也是IB理念下,中学生对于知识运用和领导力的重要培养。


  • 图书馆联合欧贝豆举行原版书展


许多人认为,随着ipad和其他电子产品的不断推陈出新,书籍对现在的年轻一代已不再重要。然而朝阳凯文的书展证明了事实并非如此。从古典、视觉艺术,到文化、诗歌文学,朝阳凯文学校将种类丰富的图书精挑细选后呈现给孩子们,带领他们感受人类文明中最精华的部分。



  • 中学部举行知识竞赛


在本周,中学部在Teams上举行了学院间的知识竞答。同学们参加了一项有关书籍的小问答比赛,并根据答对的题目数,为他们所在的学院赢得积分。


Part 02

最夯实的课程


除了丰富的图书周活动,朝阳凯文在日常教学中,也将阅读根植于到课程当中,培养孩子们受用一生的阅读习惯。



为帮助同学们培养更好的阅读习惯,学校在常规的英语课会进行阅读训练,并且设置了专门的图书馆课程。


小学部图书馆课程会配合国家课程标准和剑桥课程来进行,学前班至一年级的学生以开拓孩子们的视野、培养孩子的想象力为主,每两周讲一个主题故事;二至五年级会给孩子们讲解如何记笔记、如何进行信息检索、图书分类法等知识。


中学部六至十二年级每周至少有一节英语课会专门去到图书馆上课。培养学生对阅读的兴趣和热爱,同时鼓励学生将习得的读写知识和阅读技能应用于英语课堂。

 


Part 03

藏书丰富的图书馆


朝阳凯文小学部和中学部分别拥有自己的图书馆,图书丰富,种类齐全,硬件和软件设施可见一斑。


  • 小学图书馆



朝阳凯文小学图书馆目前有藏书32284册,中英文书各占50%左右;有10余种报刊杂志。


小学及学前班的学生们每周按照课表中标注的”library”课来图书馆上课并借阅书籍,学前班至二年级的学生每周可借2本书,三至五年级的学生每周可借4本书,学生所借的书中必须有一本是英文书。


图书馆还会不定期地举办一些活动,比如书签设计比赛,邀请知名作家来访,组织书展等活动。

 

  • 中学图书馆



朝阳凯文中学图书馆于2020年9月开放,目前已初具规模,总量约14000余册,藏书品种多样,包括中文和英文的小说、非小说类、教学参考书籍等,已涵盖学校开设的各学科及各种课程的图书。


中学部图书按中英文区分,分列于通道两侧的书架之上。所有图书又按杜威十进制分类法(Dewey Decimal Classification)分类摆放,同时在书架上留出空间以用于后续新增图书。



虽然阅读周的活动暂时告一段落,

但让孩子们从小去接触、了解、感受,

并浸润在阅读中,

培养他们的阅读喜好和独立人格,

将阅读视为一生受用的理念

还会在朝阳凯文一直延伸。

 



This week, CKWA Book Fair is successfully held,

From the ELT joined various Primary morning reading sessions,

To students enjoy the rich original English version book world,

CKWA presents a series of activities during the Book Week,

To stimulate children’s reading interests and awareness,

Inspire them think about the story behind the words,

Guide the children to explore the mysterious world.

 

Abundant activities


The ELT team read books for CKWA pupils


This week, the ELT team joined the Primary School morning reading sessions and read their favorite books with them sitting around.

While the principals were telling stories, pupils sometimes burst into laughter, sometimes were deeply attracted by the storyline, sometimes eagerly inquired about the development of the story, and sometimes put forward their own questions.

With their rich teaching experience, our ELT team try to guide pupils to find their direction and broaden horizons in reading.

 

Secondary school students’ representatives go to the Primary to tell pupils stories


Another fantastic part of this book week is that representatives from the Secondary go to the Primary to read books for their little brothers and sisters.

Compared with the ELT team, these little pupils are more likely to integrate with the Secondary students, which not only enriches class activities of the Primary, but also is a good chance for the Secondary students to apply their knowledge and cultivate leadership ability under the IB philosophy.

 

The original English version book exhibition was successfully held by school library cooperated with Obido


Many people believe that with the development of iPad and other electronic products, books are no longer important to the younger generation. However, CKWA book fair proved to everybody that’s not the case. We selected a variety of books of classical arts, visual arts, culture, poetry literature, and presented them to children to guide them to feel the essence of human civilization.

 


 

Solid fundamental courses

 

Reading ability assessment


In order to better understand the students’ reading level and help them find suitable books, school library has purchased the Renaissance project, in which the Star Reading Test can evaluate the students’ English comprehension level and compare with American children’s average level.

Parents and teachers can formulate targeted English learning plans for students based on the test results and regularly assess their reading effects by the Renaissance project.

 

Library courses


In order to help students develop better reading habits, our school not only conducts reading training in regular English classes, but also sets up special library courses.


The primary school library curriculum will be conducted in accordance with the national curriculum standards and the Cambridge curriculum. R to G1 library courses focus on broadening children’s horizons and cultivating their imagination, having one theme story every two weeks. G2 to G5 library courses explain to the children how to take notes, how to conduct information retrieval, book classification and other knowledge.


Secondary students from G6 to G12 have at least one English class every week which will be held in the library. While cultivating students’ interest and love for reading, they are also encouraged to apply the acquired literacy knowledge and reading skills to English classes.

 

Splendid facilities


Both the Primary and Secondary in CKWA have their own library with abundant book collection and amazing hardware and software facilities.

 

Primary school library


CKWA primary school library currently has a collection of 32,284 books, with Chinese and English books each accounting for about 50%, and there are more than 10 kinds of newspapers and magazines.


Primary and Reception students come to the library every week to read or borrow books during their “Library” class. R to G2 students can borrow two books every week, and G3 to G5 students four books, but one of them must be the English version.


The library will also hold some activities from time to time, such as “Bookmark Design Competition”, “Invite famous writers to school” and organize some book fairs.

 

Secondary school library


CKWA primary school library opened in September 2020 and has begun to take shape. The total collection is about 12,000 volumes with diverse kinds, including Chinese and English novels, non-fiction, teaching reference books, etc., which covers all school subjects and courses.


All books are divided into Chinese and English versions and separately displayed on the bookshelves according to Dewey Decimal Classification, and space is reserved on the bookshelves for subsequent new books.


The book fair has ended successfully,

But the CKWA philosophy of exposing students to reading from an early age,

Developing their reading interests and independent personalities,

Regarding reading as a lifelong good habit,

Will continue to extend in CKWA.

 




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