If you’re going on vacation, take your reading assignments with you there, too. Regardless of where you read, make sure you bring a notebook or some other device to take notes as you go.
You may be assigned a certain book to read, or you may have a list to choose from.
If you’re like many high school students this summer, you’re facing the task of reading at least one book as a summer reading assignment before heading back to school in the fall.
But there’s no need to stress—whether you have to read one book or several, there are ways to stay motivated and to keep your summer reading assignment from sneaking up on you at the last minute.
Reading an assigned book can essentially be done anywhere—in a hammock, poolside, or in bed, for instance.
Get a copy of your book early in the summer, and keep it somewhere you won’t forget about it.A board of education may distribute suggested summer reading lists, permit extra credit assignments over the summer, or require students to read books over the summer in preparation for discussion after school begins. Click on the Volume Number, then click on the Decision Number to view the decision.Some districts/schools have begun to develop locally Decisions of the Commissioner relating to required summer reading assignments are available at the Commissioner's Decisions webpage. Please check this website periodically for any future decisions of the Commissioner of Education regarding summer reading assignments. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected] is important that at the end of each day, there is an outlet for discussion at home despite our hectic schedules.We encourage you to build time as a family to talk about the world and our role in it.If you’re worried about surviving summer reading assignments, don’t panic.Here are five tips to stay on top of your assigned reading this summer: Think of summer reading as a homework assignment that you don’t have to do while sitting at your desk.The goals of the Central Catholic High School summer reading program are to encourage students to read, improve their reading skills, and have knowledge of modern authors.Students who read are better academic achievers and, for that reason, summer reading is essential. THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK / ALBANY, NY 12234 OFFICE OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT Room 320 EB, Albany, New York 12234 (518) 474-5922; FAX: (518) 473-4884 The Commissioner of Education has addressed several issues relating to locally required summer reading assignments.This document sets forth guidance and suggestions to assist administrators and teachers in developing acceptable required summer reading assignments.