Burlington
Reading Hour

Reading skills are a crucial part of academic and professional success.

Reading enriches the

MIND, HEART, and SOUL.

Sign up for Burlington Reading Hour to help your learners develop a solid reading habit and acquire the skills they need to deal with challenging texts.

Burlington Reading Hour helps turn students into active meaning-makers and teaches them the strategies one should employ to become a good reader.

Critical
Evaluation

Comparison
& Contrast

Text
Analysis

Identifying
Main Ideas

Making Connections

Burlington Reading Hour integrates 21st century skills into the reading syllabus by focusing on:

Creativity

Communication

Critical
Thinking

Collaboration

When you enrol in the Burlington Reading Hour program, you get:

Access to 5
carefully graded digital readers
Live, interactive sessions to challenge and inspire students

Burlington Graded Readers

The Burlington Graded Readers series provides learners with a wide range of digital and printed readers available at CEFR levels A1+ to B2. The series features a wide range of classic and modern fiction from a variety of genres, including adventure, science fiction, horror, fantasy, and short story collections. A selection of biographies of famous people is also available, along with other non-fiction titles. This wide range of genres caters to diverse preferences of every type of learner, and offers a fantastic opportunity to introduce learners to the wonderful world of literature.

Beautiful, full-colour
illustrations

Cross-curricular activities

Book report format

Character sketches help learners to better understand and relate to the characters in the story

Teacher
materials

Access to complementary digital resources

A wide range of pre-and
post-reading activities

Context-setting sections help learners to understand the socio-cultural environment of the text

Lexical focus to
build vocabulary

Teacher's section includes a plot summary and a list of main themes and characters

About the Author sections help learners find out about the author and how and when the work was written

Cross-curricular projects and activities link events in the story to the real world and promote holistic learning, creativity, and thinking skills

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