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DSC_0016I came to the GMH Summer Reading Camp, 2018, wondering exactly how it is going to be like.

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I was expecting it’s just going to be lots of reading. To be candid, the GMH Reading Camp is a lot more than I expected.

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It’s got lots of fun filled activities, that arouse and sustain the children’s interest in reading. I see the children showing appreciable love for reading by reason of a variety of activities, materials, books, positive reinforcement and lots of multi-sensory activities infused in the entire program.

 

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The children who have much difficulty reading not only show much interest in reading now but are wonderfully picking up in reading.

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The creative activities are interesting and reveal the children’s creative prowess. As a teacher, I have learnt much more to improving my classroom practices, especially reading instruction.

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I must acknowledge Auntie Joanna and Auntie Debi are great, hardworking teachers. I am really privileged to have been a part of this Reading Camp at Akramaman and I teaching here next summer.

 

Solomon Worlako Amesimeku

KG-2 teacher, St. Paul’s Anglican Preschool, Akramaman

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