Blog Posts tagged: Scottish Teenage Book Prize

A group of teenagers at the launch of the Scottish Teenage Book Prize 2018

How to Use #ScotTeenBookPrize to Enthuse a Class About Reading - Clydebank High School

Taking part in the Scottish Teenage Book Prize is a great opportunity for pupils to read and discuss great books, make their voices heard on a national stage and produce creative responses to what they read. Here, school librarian Alison Crawford describes how she liaised with the school's English department to co-ordinate the reading and voting for a class of pupils.

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Teenagers pictured with a ballot box during the Scottish Teenage Book Prize photocall

Great Teaching Activities from our #ScotTeenBookPrize Resource

Taking part in the reading and voting for the Scottish Teenage Book Prize can be a hugely rewarding experience for you and your pupils. The Prize affords a great opportunity to develop cross-curricular learning opportunities - find out more about how our learning resource can help you do that!

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Two illustrated panels of a student's comic

How Forfar Academy Created Comics and Book Trailers for #ScotTeenBookPrize

Taking part in the Scottish Teenage Book Prize is a fantastic opportunity to enthuse pupils about reading. Every year, we run two competitions to enhance the fun: a graphic novel competition and a book trailer competition. In this blog post, Shona Page and Janet Spence of Forfar Academy explain how they approached both competitions.

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