Discover engaging and thought-provoking perspectives in Oxford’s inaugural literacy magazine, A, B, See!
The latest PIRLS results revealed that 81% of South Africa’s Grade 4 learners cannot read for meaning in any language. The first edition of A, B, See! highlights how teachers and parents can combat this crisis and support their learners and children in developing reading skills.
Articles and insights included in this edition focus on:
- What children need to read
- Reading comprehension strategies
- Why good books and reading in the mother tongue can improve South Africa’s PIRLS results
- Early Childhood literacy and how to prepare children for reading
- Additive bilingualism in the classroom
This edition also introduces you to the team behind the reading product and where their passion for reading and literacy stems from.
As the leading literacy publisher in South Africa, Oxford University Press has the solutions that can help stay the reading crisis in our country and support learners in achieving literacy success.
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