A Place for All Who Love To Read
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Our programmes start from the lowest levels up to the highest levels of literacy development.
the reading adventure series are available in pairs, specially designed for the instructor and student as well,and they can also be purchased in bulk
Mr Philemon Amos Damulem
My son Jeremiah attended a reputable school but lacked interest in learning, So I enrolled him in a school using the READING ADVETNTURE'S...
system of learning and He became interested in reading as a result of using their phonics reading system. Within a short time he began to read simple words fluently. Before long, Jeremiah could carry the Bible, Magazines, and News Papers and read them fluently. the reading adventure planted in him a passion for reading.
Mrs Mary Beth Oyebade
The ability to read is the bedrock of education--and phonics is the bedrock of reading. If a child can read fluently, he or she will...
be able to learn more about all of the other subjects. We must not overlook the incredible importance of how we teach students to read. Many schools use the look-say method of teaching, and it fails to give students the building blocks (phonics) of reading. The Reading Adventure manuals provide a step-by-step process on how to teach children to read by using phonics. I am thrilled that this material is now available for use in our schools across Nigeria. For schools that are passionate about the education of our children, the Reading Adventure manuals should be an essential part of the curriculum.
Akesa Florence, Head Teacher
1. I highly appreciate the facilitators of all on their effort to impact knowledge to us. 2. It is the first in kind...
to learn and understand much on how to start to teach learners from the beginning to the higher points.
3. Relationship at the workshop is excellent.
I suggest that this kind of work should henceforth be able to be organized at least once in every session of the school calendar year. Teacher
“Rudy Taught High School Science (1968-1970). While pursuing Theological Studies, he served as a pastor (1971-1975). He lectured at The Toronto Baptist Seminary & Bible College (TBS) where he also served as Registrar (1975-2004). During four of those years he was acting editor of The Gospel Witness. He then served as a principal lecturer in the Christian Religious Studies department of the Federal College of Education (FCE) Pankshin, Plateau State (2004-2016).he served as senior editor on the three volume text book project for the CRS department that was published by ACTS. ”
“He is an author, literacy coach and a reading consultant.
He graduated in 2008 from the College of Education, Gindiri and started teaching in 2009. He managed a nursery/primary school as a head teacher. Hosea has completed his MA Early Childhood through University of Roehampton, London (UK).
he met a Canadian in Jos, Marlene Wiebe, and later on an American, Adrienne Lillo, who were missionaries in Nigeria. Together, they developed a phonics curriculum for The READING Adventure which was published in 2014 by ACTS Bookshop. He has been promoting the materials and training teachers within the schools that are using the curriculum in several states across Nigeria. On the 1st day of August 2019, The Phonics READING Adventure Africa Ltd was incorporated under the Companies and Allied Matters Act 1990. ”
“Marlene served as lead teacher in the Toddlers Department (2-3 year olds) of Jarvis Street Baptist Church, Toronto, Canada. She also served as the Correspondence Course Secretary for The Toronto Baptist Seminary & Bible College (TBS) (1993-2003).
She has served Nigeria since 2004. She conducted Bible, Reading and Library clubs from her home on the Faculty compound of Federal College of Education (FCE), Pankshin, Plateau State, Nigeria (2004-2010).
, she teamed up with Gupar Danjuma Hosea to do research and writing of The Phonics READING Adventure curriculum.”
“Adrienne Dea Lillo (Henkle, 1949-) graduated from High School in Eureka, California (USA) in 1967 and from Prairie Bible College in 1971 with a degree in Christian Education and a minor in Early Childhood Education. She taught Pre-School classes in private schools in both Nevada and Oregon (1973-1979, USA). She married Robert Lillo in 1974 and served with him in two pastorates in both Canada and the USA (1979-1999) and was actively involved in the youth education programmes of both churches.
they have served in Nigeria with the Global Scholars mission since 2005 (College of Education, Gindiri (2005-2011; UNIJOS, 2011-). Adrienne continues to work with Hosea Danjuma, Marlene Wiebe and ACTS Publishers in connection with the The phonics READING ADVENTURE curriculum.”