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A BACKWARD LOOK

Some of the suggestions that you will find in your progress through this book are: (a) American Citizenship-Making a list of the suggestions you find in this Reader that help you to be a good citizen, and preparing a citizenship (Americanization) program from selections in this book; (b) Silent Reading-Making a report showing comparisons month by month of individual and class progress in silent reading; (c) Books I Have Read-Reviewing a favorite book, giving title, author, time and scene of story, principal characters, and a brief outline of the story, with readings of parts that will give your club members most pleasure; (d) Magazine Reading-Making monthly reports on current numbers of The Junior Red Cross News, St. Nicholas, The Youth's Companion, School Life, etc., recommending to the club articles that you have found interesting; (e) Newspaper Reading -Making a report of the departments of various newspapers in your town, showing the place of general news, of editorials, society news, sports, the joke column, cartoons, and advertisements, calling attention to the use of headlines in large type to attract attention to the story (Add interest to your report by showing examples of old newspapers and of the most widely-read current newspapers) ;(f) Dramatizing-Planning and presenting "Thanksgiving at Todd's Asylum," "The King of the Golden River," or, for an Arbor and Bird Day program, "The Birds of Killingworth," etc.; (g) Public Readings-Readings for entertainment, using the club as an audience; (h) Present-day Writers -Reading from their works and making a'report of local visits by the writers and of any interesting newspaper or magazine reference to them, illustrated by portraits; (i) Collections-Making a collection of pictures, cartoons, advertisements, newspaper and magazine references, songs, and phonograph records, illustrating certain stories; (j) Excursions-Taking a trip through the library under the guidance of the teacher or librarian, locating various departments or visiting homes, statues, and monuments of writers located in your town.

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