reading week


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reading week

n
a week, usually midway through a university term, during which there are no classes or lectures, intended for students to concentrate on reading or research
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Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool, 0151 702 7400, free - every day Costa Coffee Reading Week Costa Coffee stores across Liverpool are inviting customers to join them in their 2nd annual reading week.
A spokesman for Ordnance Survey, which commissioned the research as part of National Map Reading Week, taking place in October, said: "Great Britain is relatively small, yet it seems many of us struggle to pinpoint the positions of cities and locations which may not even be that far from where we live.
Other recommendations including introducing a reading week for students to enjoy rest and relaxation were also suggested.
The first Creative Week will focus on family activities over half term; the second Creative Week, which coincides with the University's Reading Week, will provide drawing and making materials for adults.
At Sainsbury's, store bosses hosted 'Make Believe' events to support the nation's reading week complete with reading corners and activities to encourage children to read more and inspire parents to get involved.
They targeted first year dorms while students were away for a reading week.
Swarna Varma, an English teacher at Our Own English High School, said reading is strongly encouraged in classes through activities such as reading week.
Although it's reading week, I haven't had much downtime between work and socialising with celebrities.
The school is hosting the animals during reading week, which begins Wednesday, and finals, which stretch from Dec.
City National has been helping our school for the past ten years with everything from donating books to our library as well as every student in our school to taking part in Nevada Reading Week every year.
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