GR in the Classroom
Using Good Reading in the Classroom
Good Reading Online, the electronic version of the magazine, is an online, browse-able and readable replica of the printed magazine. You can arrange for any number of students to be able to read the online magazine from different computers at the same time. You can access all our back issues and extra resources to help you in the classroom.
- Good Reading helps with creative writing ideas and activities
- Good Reading works with teachers and schools to run competitions for writing
- Good Reading encourages student participation in the magazine
- Student and teachers use Good Reading as a research tool
- Good Reading encourages students to choose books that interest them
- Good Reading encourages students to be open to new authors and books
- Every issue features reviews of books for younger readers and young adult readers
Good Reading Online provides
- Access to the full archive of past issues
- A powerful keyword search for instant access to thousands of independent reviews in all genres, as well as articles, short stories, book trivia and more
- Hyperlinks to more information on all books mentioned in the magazine
- A fun recreational online resource for students and teachers
- Home access: students and teachers can read Good Reading Online at home via the internet.
Good Reading can help students who are interested in writing and journalism. Good Reading offers opportunities for students to enter writing competitions, contribute reviews and articles (and have their work in print) and we’d love to talk to you about other ways we can work with schools to encourage a love of books and reading in students.
Click here to view a brochure with ideas on how to use Good Reading in the classroom.