The Preambles of Mots dits Mots lus are addressed to the youngest of us. Moments of reading aloud which mark the months preceding the event until its peak on Saturday, 30th June 2018!
A feel of freshness and vitality for Mots dits Mots lus !
> Between 0 and 6 years old ? Ask your dad, mom, grandma, grandpa, or even your nanny or your teacher... to read you a story! It helps you so much to grow ... This reading aloud can be recorded on the interactive map and will also permit you, who cannot read yet, to quickly learn and participate in this great reading party of reading aloud !
> Are you over 6 years old ? Bingo ! It's up to you to read aloud now ! What makes you happy ... novels, comics, mangas, slams ... Do what makes you smile ! Alone or in a group, share your reading aloud by registering it here to appear on the interactive map.
-To the attention of schools, middle schools, high schools, recreation centers, associations, media libraries ... You who supervise this journey of young readers and for whom the official day of Mots dits Mots lus, Saturday 30th June 2018, is not an ideal date considering your times of reception of the young audience, Mots dits Mots lus is also addressed to you within the precise framework of its Preambles! We therefore invite you to create or reference here your Mots dits Mots lus whenever the date. Two conditions, however: Before 6 years old, reading awakening: a reader (adult or child) reads to the smallest. From the age of 6, the child must be the reader.
Why organise those reading(s) aloud?
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Exemples of Preambles of Mots dits Mots lus 2017
"Mots dits Mots lus is pleased to announce the opening of its preambles! A Highschool
class of the Jean Lurçat Highschool in Saint Denis, under the benevolent gaze of Bruno Doucey, sponsor of Mots dits Mots lus, is experimenting for the first time at the Maison de la Poésie, as part of the Printemps des Poètes, Reading aloud their own writings on the theme "resist through poetry". Spring is coming and these highschool students are sowing the first cuttings of their poems just waiting to bloom and hatch. Mots dits Mots lus will not fail to follow them over the next few months..."