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The Read It Forward Project encourages readers to share their enthusiasm for a good book with others.

Think of a time when you were engaged in a great book, turning page after page, while time seemed to disappear from your consciousness. You became part of the book, not just a passive observer. Your mind was alive with pictures of the places and the people, the sounds, the smells. The reading experience created a true "virtually reality." Remember how you wanted to share that experience with a friend, to encourage them to have a similar experience?

Here, at the Read It Forward Project, we have a tool well-suited to the task. Teachers can set up a place for their students to contribute their reflections on the books they read. It could be in the form of a book report, a book review, or a reflection on a character, a place, or the emotions expressed. It can be a literary analysis, an opposition paper, or even a pan of the book.

The key is to get reading and to get sharing.

Teachers, in order to use this site, you must sign up for a Literate Learner account. They are free and with it, you can create a space for your students to contribute their writings. Once you are logged in, you will access Read It Forward from your Account Page where you can configure how this tool will work for you.

Students, in order to use this site, you must sign up for a Literate Learner account. You will need your Class ID which will be assigned by your teacher.

Click here to log in or to sign up for an account.