Bulgarian good practices for reading competence
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The paper presents some good practices for reading stimulation in Bulgaria. The focus is on young people and students. Dr. Parijkova defines the term reading competence. The main thesis is that achieving reading competence of children readers and students need to target the collaboration among agencies, schools, public and school libraries, publishers, NGOs and parents. The good practices are shown as activities of mediators of reading – publishers, booksellers, teachers, librarians, media, banks. She also describes her experience for reading stimulation among students at the university where she teaches. Since 2011 Dr. Parijkova has organized a conference about the book, reading and copyright in the State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies. Some initiatives are Round Table, which discuss issues related to Book and Copyright, a workshop, where students make their own hand-made books, presentations of books and authors, interviews with young Bulgarian writers, Bookcrossing-zone, contests for essays and posters on theme “The Book of my life”, exhibition of antique, rare and valuable books, students read books to children, awarding of prizes for achievements in the field of protection of the book and raising it as a spiritual companion to modern human. The presentation is in the context of developing a policy for reading and increasing the prestige of the book. The author also shows her team research on reading attitude and some reading tendencies in Bulgaria.
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