Spell It South Africa

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TSEBANG PRUDENCE DUBE- Reading couch.Barkly- West High School

Posted by Thabs Kgoroeadira on 12 September 2016 9:35 AM CAT
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Spell It is a good thing for our learners, because it helps our learners who cannot or know how to read. 

Spell It is a good thing for our learners because it helps our learners who cannot or who dont know how to read.Some of them like and enjoy it because its fun, and at the same time they learn from spelling tests.They can see or learn how to wright the words and what is the difference between the words that sound the same, but with different meanings.So i Tsebang Dube as a reading and, and a Spell It coach really thank the Spell It people for giving us this programme. 

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