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The Medaille College Reading Center Presents: How to Read Aloud with Children with Maureen Roussinext
Medaille College Reading Center
77 Humboldt Pkwy
Buffalo, NY 14214
Visit Medaille College on Tuesday, November 7th from 4:30-5:30pm, as the Department of Education Reading Center will be hosts of Each Kindness, pictures storybook illustrated by artist E.B. Lewis. Local teacher Maureen Roussi will be demonstrating how to effectively use the read aloud strategy with children. Maureen is a teacher for the Grand Island School District and has been in elementary education for 20 years. She was the recipient of the 2006 Award of Excellence from the WNY Service Council.
Books from the authors of the Western New York Children's Book Expo will be the literature of focus during the event. The Read Aloud session will be held at the Medaille College Buffalo Campus Reading Center at 77 Humboldt Parkway unless we outgrow the space. If that happens, we will be in the Main Building Lecture Hall.
KidsLit Week is part of the Western New York Children's Book Expo festivities. The WNYCBE is a free literacy event that will take place at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center on Saturday, November 11th from 10am-3pm. Check out the WNYCBE website for details.
Please Note: If the campus parking lot is full, you will be directed to park at the Buffalo Zoo and will be shuttled to campus for the event. Please come early to provide extra time for parking if needed.
Sponsored by: The Medaille College Department of Education Reading Center under the guidance of Clinical Assistant Professor Michelle Cefaratti