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Theatre, play and comedy can encourage a love of reading
Theatre, play and comedy can encourage a love of reading
The performing arts have always had a difficult time proving their value in an education system that prioritises maths and science. Too few studies...
Reading aloud for literacy
Reading aloud for literacy
Good stories, be they factual or fantastic, unveil some of the mysteries of the world. The writer of factual stories informs us of current and...
Break poverty divide, read to your children
Break poverty divide, read to your children
"The single biggest predictor of high academic achievement … is reading to children. Not flash cards, not workbooks, not fancy preschools,...
Reading should be a delight, not a duty
Reading should be a delight, not a duty
Literacy Month ended in September and it is vital that our literacy woes do not fall by the wayside until September rolls round again.
It takes a village to end illiteracy
It takes a village to end illiteracy
I learnt to write more or less at the same time that I learnt to read. My writing and reading teacher was my maternal grandfather. He would write...
We do have solutions for SA’s reading crisis
We do have solutions for SA’s reading crisis
The national senior certificate results are an important annual benchmark of the state of education. In 2017, they showed some improvement, with a...
Storytelling an evolutionary tool of our humanity
Storytelling an evolutionary tool of our humanity
Author Ursula Kroeber Le Guin once wrote that “there have been a great many societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no...

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