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Research outputs: READING
If 'learning to read' is ineffective, it will prevent students from later developing the ability of 'reading to learn'. This has devastating...
2016 The viability of individual oral assessments for learners: insights gained from two intervention evaluations
It is essential for learners to develop foundational literacy skills, ideally, in the first grade of formal education. These skills are then...Download this report
Recognising the challenge facing many young South Africans in accessing affordable, appropriate reading material and content, the FunDza Lit...
The importance of reading literacy as a foundation for academic success is widely acknowledged. What is less well understood is why gender p...