Where to Find Books
|SORA - Some titles are available in our BVSD Digital Library (please check book list for availability)|
|Your school's library|
|Boulder Book Store - 1107 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302 - 10% discount for students|
|Barnes & Noble - 2999 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80301|
|The Read Queen - 129 N Harrison Ave, Lafayette, CO 80026|
|Boulder Public Library - 1001 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302|
|Broomfield Public Library - 3 Community Park Rd, Broomfield, CO 80020|
|Lafayette Public Library - 775 Baseline Rd, Lafayette, CO 80026|
|Louisville Public Library - 951 Spruce St, Louisville, CO 80027|
|Nederland Community Library - 200 HWY 72 N, Nederland, CO 80466|
|Find a quiet, cool and comfortable spot to read.|
|Eliminate interruptions: turn off your phone, the television or music.|
Create a mental picture of what is being read. Research shows that humans tend to remember pictures more easily than words.
Retell the what you just read. Paraphrasing or saying thing in your own word is a useful technique to make sense of the information just read.
|To maximize your focus, read in short segments. For example, read only a section, or read for only 10 to 15 minutes at a time. After you read the section, go over what you just read in your mind.|
|Linking or associating new information with information you already know helps your brain retain what you just read.|
|Read out loud to yourself, sometimes hearing plus seeing the words helps us to absorb the information.|
Ask yourself questions about the material while reading.
|Take notes. As you read, write down relevant information. The tactile act of writing will help you remember the information better.|
|Hit pause. Reflect on the content. Excel. Repeat.|
12 books?! If you are concerned there is not enough time to read every book,