Speed dating the book club

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  1. Speed dating the book club
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  79. When going over directions with the students, I talked about dating etiquette, which the students loved. All with a glass of wine in hand! Also, one man shook my hand so enthusiastically when he met me that he crushed my fingers, only to then shake my hand twice more that night.
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  81. Attendees will still have access to our online matching and messaging system after the event but we hope this slight twist will add another element to our ever popular speed dating format. Usually you will get set up by a friend who knows the person. OK, sorry, couldn't resist. We created categories to give people an idea of what they might be getting -- mood and style of the book more than genre.
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  83.  - Walking through Shoreditch to find the bar, I immediately wondered if the venue was a bit too cool for me! In the Mood for Love Persuasion by A.
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  85. There are many different ways to share books with teens. I tell the teens to pick a seat and explain that finding the right book is like finding the right person. There is a book for everyone, but life is too short to read books you don't like. I set a timer for three minutes and tell them to look at the book, read the blurb, start reading if they want. Everyone then passes the book to their right and we set the timer again. After a couple rounds of this I do a break and booktalk a few titles. I have some trailers to show too but so far it hasn't really fit. Hopefully after about 45 minutes or so each person has at least a couple of books they'd like to get to know better. It's gone well at two branches so far and I'm scheduled to do it at a few more during the summer. So far the big hits were The Enemy by Higson and After by Efaw on the table and Shattering Glass by Giles and Heist Society by Carter that I've been booktalking. Identify books in your collection with no or few checkouts. We use our Follett automation software to print a list of books that have never circulated. Some will be oldies, but others might be brand new copies. Promote the project to all students or to a particular class. We have also tried using a blog for student reviews so that they are available to all. We usually do a mix of fiction and nonfiction, but teachers sometimes do it with just one genre or just nonfiction books. When the timer goes off everyone fills out their Speed Dating form and passes their books to someone else. Vary this each time—pass them 3 to the left or 4 to the right, etc. Usually you will get set up by a friend who knows the person. Then they switch and their friend tries to set them up with their favorite. We created categories to give people an idea of what they might be getting -- mood and style of the book more than genre. In the Mood for Love Persuasion by A.
  86. Hopefully after about 45 minutes or so each person has at least a couple of books they'd like to get to know better. Hi, Lo, In my previous school, I had my students for about 40 minutes, so we did this activity for about 30. After a short period of mingling, your host for speed dating the book club evening who will run through detailed instructions and give you your starting position if you are a guy or gusto for the event if you are girl. This should be completely silent, and I also compared that to a first date. I've wanted to try it out for awhile now, and I finally went for it last week. Simply stated with plenty of photos. Despite the carefully sincere attendance, twenty girls had arrived, and only ten boys. So here is what I did: Prep: Decide how you want the tables set up. For my classes, I added a second nonfiction table since it was full every time. A London speed dating event is split into two halves, each lasting around an hour, there will be an interval at half time of about 15 minutes. If it has short stories or is nonfiction, you can start at any point that interests you.
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