The Department of Culture, through the Municipal Library "Mateo García", put back this year, for the second consecutive, the so-called Shared Reader Success Project (Exilecom), an initiative that aims to help children and girls with difficulties or reading delay in order to achieve adequate reading comprehension and achieve school success.
The councilor of the branch, Eulalia Moreno, and the technique of the Municipal Library, Isabel Román, have presented this initiative with which it is advocated to look for adults who love reading and who are involved altruistically during the school year for one hour a week with these school children derived by the schools themselves.
Volunteers interested in collaborating in this project must register at the Municipal Library "Mateo García", from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., respectively.
The program will authorize a scholar throughout the school year, apply the methodology of the project, establish a relationship with the child that generates confidence, create high expectations about their reading success and adapt at all times to the interests and progress of this one
Basically, the goal of the "Exilecom" project is to prevent these students from swelling the ranks of dropout and subsequent school failure.
This initiative allows, as they explained, the creation of bonds that generate security, trust and appreciation towards the adult person who shares the reading;
discover the meaning of reading;
active listening and the richness of vocabulary, among others.
Volunteers will be formed by those people who want to contribute to improving the reading deficit of these children throughout the school year through their authorization to help eliminate educational inequalities that hinder the acquisition of an adequate level of reading comprehension.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana / Totana.com