Woman battles serious book dependency problem ...
... the cost of getting a teenage boy to read is a can of Coke.
A mobile phone voucher for reading books? It's not bribery. That's considered an incentive. And they should implement it here as well!Smart move, that. 1 or 2 years of this & some may end up reading for the sake of it, of being used to reading.If I were an English teacher, I'd be doing this in a heartbeat. Maybe not to the extent of a mobile phone, but hey, if kids start reading, it could never go wrong.
If it's something you want done, it's an incentive. If it's something you don't want done, it's bribery :)
A free condom for every book read: Stop AIDS, Spread Literacy!
I try to read a page or two with my kids every night. I confess to being an Anglophile in this area. We read the Famous Five, Rupert the Bear, Agent Arthur and old magazines like Finding Out and World of Wonder.
Now I feel shortchanged!
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