For Front and Center, Wisconsin Public Radio’s Veronica Rueckert will host a one-hour show exploring the culture of literacy in the Great Lakes region on June 12th at 10 a.m. CST. We’ll discuss the ways in which parents affect vocabulary, whether we’re a culture of readers or non-readers and learn how music can help facilitate the reading process.
Part Two: Cartoonist Josh Elder of Reading with Pictures says using comic books in the classroom gets kids more excited about reading than dusty old classic literature.
Part Three: Neurobiology professor Nina Kraus of Northwestern University talks about how music impacts our brains as we learn to read and write.
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