Reading enriches our life, makes the city warmer. On the occasion of the 21st Shenzhen Reading Month, Tairan School held a series of various reading activities. On the morning of November 18th, Mr. Wu Songhua, the director of the Shenzhen Children’s Library Ivy League project, awarded our school at Xu Xiaolu library. The two parties will establish a reading demonstration base and build a broader reading platform for Tairan students in the future, providing richer reading resources.
At the award ceremony, Principal Xu of Tairan School delivered a passionate speech,hoping that under the guidance of the Shenzhen Children's Library, we will attach great importance to the content construction of the reading demonstration base, enrich the books and reference materials, carry out diversified reading activities, and become a palace of knowledge, a paradise of innovation and a spiritual home for the teachers and students of Tairan.
After the award ceremony, a children's reading activity was launched. We invited Principal Wu Rong from Guangxi Liuzhou Zhu’e Primary School to give a public lecture on the theme of "Reading the Whole Book·Stories of Chinese Pioneers".
Principal Wu Rong explained the steps and methods of reading the whole book in a witty way, interspersed with various interesting stories. Especially the story about the interaction between the students of Zhu’e Primary School and Mr. Zhong Nanshan. All the students were drawn to the story.
After the event, the leaders of Shenzhen Children's Library visited Xu Xiaolu Library with the company of Principal Xu.
The establishment of the reading demonstration base is also one of the theme activities of Tairan School to build a scholarly campus. Tairan School will comprehensively plan and carry out various types of in-depth experiential reading activities. We will build a four-in-one reading system includes teacher leading reading, student intensive reading, parent-child reading, and expert detailed reading. Through the serialized and systematic reading practice activities, steadily promote the construction of reading courses, truly make reading take root in every corner of the campus.