Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Library Rules


All the AITIS students, teachers, and staff are entitled to use the library. 
Given below are some of the rules and regulations, all the visitors are supposed to follow:
  • No food or drinks are allowed inside the library;
  • Enter the library quietly;
  • Keep low voice to avoid disturbance to others;
  • Handle the books with care. 
Library Procedures:
  • All  students are expected  to bring the bag to keep the library books.
  • Pre-K students are permitted to borrow one book weekly.
  • Elementary students are permitted to borrow two books weekly.
  • Return the library books after one week.
  • Anyone, who fails to do so, should return the books the following day, during break- time or after school hour.
Late and Lost Books:
  • Children, who forget to return the books after one week, will be given a reminder.
  • Consecutive delay in returning the books, a warning letter will be given.
  • Failure to return the books after two warning letters will be considered as lost books, and requires a payment for the books.
Book Payment:
  • The borrower must take full responsibility for any lost or damaged to the library books.
  • Children, who damage the books such as having torn pages, or scribbling on books, will have to pay Baht 100.
  • Each severe and damaged book, or lost book will be charged at least, Baht 300.
AITIS Library



Thursday, April 20, 2017

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

THE JOY OF READING (Grade 3 & 4)



    AITIS JOY OF READING PROGRAM
    I am a BOOK LOVER

    Blue Level Task List
    Complete one activity for every book/story you read.
    Describe the main character in a paragraph of 6 to 8 sentences.
    Compare and contrast 2 characters in the story.
    Write a letter to the author and tell why you did or did not like the book.
    Write a new ending for the story.
    Write a summary of the book read.
    Make a comic book of the story (showing the main events in sequential order of the story).
    Make a list of the characters in the story and tell why they are important in the story.
    Select one character from the book and answer the following questions:
    What traits does this character have that I do not have?
    What traits do I have that the character does not have?
    Compare and contrast the book with another you have read.
         Tell which character you like in the book and give two reasons why you like the character.
    Make a timeline of important events in the story.
    Pick 4 vocabulary words that either you don’t know the meaning of or are important to understanding the story/book. Complete the Card for each word.
    (word)
    Definitions
    My Definitions
    Synonyms
    Antonyms
    Sentence
    Sentence

THE JOY OF READING ( Grade 5 & 6).



    AITIS JOY OF READING PROGRAM
    I am a Book LOVER

    Red Level Task List
    Complete one activity for every book you read.
    Write a letter to the author and tell why you did or did not like the book.
    Persuade him/her to change the part you didn’t like.
    Write a summary of the book.
    Make a timeline of important events in the story.
    Make a list of the characters in the story and tell why they are important to the story. Write one paragraph for each character (not less than 10 sentences for each character).
     Tell what do you like in the book such as character, main theme and give two reasons to support your option why you like it.
    Describe story elements such as character, theme, setting, conflict, climax and ending.
    Illustrate the story into logical order from beginning to end and write what happens in each picture.
    Pretending that you are a news reporter, provide a 5- minute oral broadcast of the story.
    Create a tour guide for a place in the story (advertisement for the place etc.).
    Re-tell some events in the story from another character’s point of view.
    Write a written interview with one of the characters in the story.
    Character Diary. Write the diary of a character in the story.
    Write poems inspired by events/situations in the book.
    Look for characters’ problems & how they solve them. List steps taken to solve it and the solution.
    Comparing and contrasting. Use Venn Diagram chart to compare and contrast characters/things in stories or articles.
    Distinguish facts & opinions. Look for facts & opinions in the book or the article.
    Recognize cause & effects. Think about events and what caused them.
    Pick 4 vocabulary words that either you don’t know the meaning of or are important to understanding the story/book. Complete the Card for each word.
    (word)
    Definitions
    My Definitions
    Synonyms
    Antonyms
    Sentence
    Sentence