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February 2014
School Library Monthly;Feb2014, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p34
The article discusses the author's implementation of a "Library Helper Work/Study Program," in which 3rd-5th grade students were given an opportunity to work in the school library. It provides details about the process of selecting students for the task and explains the schedule of the students to work in the library. It looks at the routine of the students' work as well as highlights the significant of the program to the students' self-esteem and work ethic.


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