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My experience as a Reading Coach (Spellit Couch) NICOLE PILLAY

Posted by Thabs Kgoroeadira on 07 September 2016 5:20 PM CAT
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My journey as a reading coach ia a very pleasant experiance. The learners are eager to participate in reading. 

My journey as a reading coach is a very pleasant experience.The learners are eager to participate in reading.As a spelling coach i have acheived a lot.Two of my spellers have reached the national spelling bee in 2014, currently five of my learners did well at the cluster spelling bee competition. I started a reading club at school and it is doing so wel. Learners are eager to join the reading club, so often i have to face the challenge of dealng with big learner numbers in classes. some learners have to leave early because they make use of transport. I would also like to thank spellit for the workshops, training and material given to me, it really helps me work better with the learners. It is fun and educational as they learn and they play.

ABA (A-Better-AFRICA) ia a really really cool programme it keeps us informed on what is happening in all schools, its user-friendly and suitable for all age groups and i'd recommend it to anyone. 

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