Students from St. John Fisher College showed off their acting skills Tuesday morning for students at Nathaniel Rochester Community School as part of literacy day.
The kindergarten through second grade students at School No. 3 read stories and it was the job of the St. John Fisher students to make those stories come to life.
It was a great opportunity for the college students to get out of the classroom and put their knowledge into practice. They got a chance to co-teach with one another and collaborate to put lessons together.
Sharon Christman of St. John Fisher College said, “I think for our students it helps them to realize the impact that they will have on children in the future. That it isn't just about reading stories to children. That is important, but having children really immerse themselves in the language and literacy of literature. That is probably the most important.”