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Emelda Sebusang - My Experience as a Reading/Spelling Coach

Posted by Thabs Kgoroeadira on 12 September 2016 11:50 AM CAT
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My experience as a Reading/Spelling coach under the Droogfontein Solar Literacy programme has been very good.

.I enjoy my job/work very much.

For the past two years its only been a pleasure working with the Learners in the Reading and Spelling programme in the Northern Cape.

The best part of it is that, the Learners enjoy reading and doing the programme. Even the intervention groups benefits from the programme.

I try my atmost best to help them in any possible way.

Our school, Kgabang Primary School in Ritchie, was fortunate enough to also be included in the Spell It South Africa programme.

Spell It is very helpful and makes it easier for me to help the Learners. The learners enjoy the games,they are having fun while they are learning.

I would also like to thank the funder, Droogfontein Solar and the Spell It South Africa group for the incentives and support they have given us.

It shows that they appreciate what we do! 

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