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Book clubs should be revitalized in schools

Book clubs should be revitalized in schools
Book clubs should be revitalized in schools

Reading and literature is an important part to a child’s development. Children should learn to read at a very young age and experts state that children who read books on a regular basis tend to have much better vocabularies and can therefore express themselves much better. It helps them develop their linguistic skills as well as helping grow their cerebral brain function. Nowadays, children are more inclined towards consuming electronic media like videos and pictures on their phones and tablets rather than reading a paper back. The thrill of watching a 2-hour movie seems to be much better than sitting and reading a 200-page novel. This has led to a sharp decline in the number of students who read books in schools with libraries all over the world reporting a steep downfall in the number of students who visit these institutions. Book clubs should be revitalized in schools.

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Book Clubs were made to bring back the love of reading in young children. By orchestrating it while also aiding children in developing early friendships and communicating with each other in a formal setting. Children also understood how to interpret books and extra information out of them and then present them to a larger group ofly friendships and communicating with each other in a formal setting. Children also understood how to interpret books and extra information out of them and then present them to a larger group of individuals in a coherent manner.

The introduction of book clubs in our society led to a large number of students reading books, however, as state funding is less interested in promoting books and most children are now glued to their screens, these book-clubs have started to suffer. Kids are no longer interested in submitting book reviews and would rather talk about their favorite movie or TV Show. Book Clubs were an extremely part of the childhood of a student 2 decades ago. But now, there is no alternative to promote reading and therefore the lack of reading has led to children losing linguistic skills and not having very good grammar. Therefore, book clubs must be revitalized in schools in order to bring back the love of reading.