Shine Literacy is excited to share our 2018 digital Impact Report with you. We hope that you will enjoy reading about the impact our programmes have made by clicking on our Shine Literacy Hour Programme and Khanyisa Programme reports.
In 2018 we produced two pieces of work that we are proud of: The Creating a Nation of Readers, a survey of evidence with particular reference to Shine Literacy’s programmes, and the second edition of the Shine Literacy Hour handbook, a key resource for our volunteers.
Early literacy skills are linked to academic success. Shine Literacy supports South Africa’s children to become skilled and enthusiastic readers in the foundation phase. This is a survey of evidence with particular reference to Shine Literacy’s programmes.
The primary objective of this programme is to get more children reading and writing at an age-appropriate level and ultimately resulting in improved educational outcomes. Children work with a trained volunteer twice a week for two hours, during the school day.
The objective of this programme is to create a culture of reading in schools by increasing access to readers and exciting books, training teaching staff in ways to promote a love of reading and making reading a daily practice by giving children more reading opportunities in the classroom.
The Shine Literacy Hour is an early intervention programme, giving support with reading, writing and language to children in Grades 2 and 3. Trained volunteers, work with one or two children at a time, providing a level of attention that is not always possible in the classroom. This Shine Literacy Hour handbook is a volunteer key resource explaining content, methodology and materials used during the Shine Literacy Hour.
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