Youth magazines to discover for free in March

This is the 19th edition of Youth Magazine Month, initiated by Bayard Canada. From March 1 to 31, 2016, several activities are offered to students to encourage reading and motivate young readers, especially boys.

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This is the 19e edition of Youth Magazine Month, initiated by Bayard Canada. From 1er As of March 31, 2016, several activities are offered to students to encourage reading and motivate young readers, especially boys.

Youth Magazine Month features high quality international and Quebec magazines. Besides the Resourceful, we find Popi, Small apple, I like to read, and Explorers, as well as Curium.

On the site, there is a contest allowing to win 1000 $ in prizes, including an iPad. To participate, simply browse the March 2016 editions of six popular children's magazines for free and answer questions.

“Young people don't read. They are only interested in video games and online chatter. Etc. We read and hear that often. The good news is, it isn't! »Recalls the editor of Débrouillards, Félix Maltais. He pursues : “One of the key factors in academic success is developing the ability and taste to read. However, as more and more teachers are realizing, the magazine is very often the ideal tool to get young people to want and like to read. Its characteristics make it attractive: wide variety of subjects, diverse editorial treatments, easy-to-read texts, numerous photos and illustrations, comics, games, interactivity, etc. Everyone will find something to their liking, including "bad readers". "

Take this opportunity to discover children's magazines with your students!

To browse the featured magazines for free, it's here: http://bayardjeunesse.ca/pages/mmj_marathon-de-lecture

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Audrey Millerhttps://ecolebranchee.com
Editor of École branchée magazine, Audrey holds a graduate degree in educational technology and a bachelor's degree in public communication. A member of the Professional Federation of Quebec Journalists (FPJQ), she is particularly interested in news related to the professional development of teachers, information in the digital age and media education. She has been active in building bridges in the educational ecosystem since 1999. These days she is particularly involved in Edteq Association et en tant que membre du comité des communications de l'ACELF. En 2021, elle est reçue à l'Ordre de l'Excellence en éducation du Québec. Quand elle a du temps libre, elle est passionnée par ses enfants, ses lapins, les chevaux, le bon vin et... la programmation Web!

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