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22

Feb

Advocacy – A Visit to School

As part of our advocacy programme, we will be visiting Abayewa secondary school to enlighten them about the value and importance of reading

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As part of our advocacy programme, we will be visiting Abayewa secondary school to enlighten them about the value and importance of reading

12

May

Parent Teach Conferences

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14

May

National Holiday – No School

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22

May

Staff Appreciation Week

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29

May

State Testing Begins

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04

June

6th Grade Graduation

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How Can I Be Part of This Change?

Join this campaign by playing your part. You can either do this by donation or volunteer to become an agent of change that is willing to impact your sphere of influence contact us and we will give you more details.

How Do I Volunteer?

Be part of our team by becoming a volunteer. LRF welcomes passionate individuals who, like us, are ready to #IgniteReadingCulture once again in Nigeria. To become a volunteer, kindly send a letter of interest to [email protected]

How Do I Participate in any of Your Programmes?

Interested in participating in any of our programmes or joining a team of like-minded individuals in pursuit of excellence in service and personal growth? Then send your details to [email protected]

How Do I Sponsor this Cause?

You too can be a part of the #NigeriaReads Initiative by adopting a bookclub or sponsoring a competition. To donate funds and join the elite league of change drivers, please click on the link below

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Keep A Record of What You Read

Keep A Record of What You Read

5 Reasons To Keep A Record of What You Read

Sometimes you’re reading multiple books at once. Other times, you’re so fixated on a single book that you actually feel a deep sadness when you reach the last page. Regardless of your level of reading obsession, I believe it’s a great idea to keep a record of what you read. It might seem pointless, or even something that could distract you from fully enjoying the experience of reading for pleasure, but trust me — monitoring what you read will make you a better, more well-rounded reader over time.

Passive Reading Vs Active Reading

Passive Reading Vs Active Reading

Active reading is involved reading. Active readers differ from passive readers in several ways. Passive readers read words, but active readers read ideas. A passive reader’s goal is to get finished. An active reader’s goal is to learn something. Passive readers expect an author to do all the work, to motivate them and keep them interested. Active readers are self-motivated, and they take responsibility for arousing and maintaining their own interest in an author’s topic.

 

 About us

The Literary Renaissance Foundation is an advocacy campaign with the following strategic goals:

  • To be the catalysts for the emergence of a new generation of thought-leaders and influencers in Nigeria, and Africa, who love books and learning, and who will eventually step up to leadership positions across all sectors.
  • To engender a thirst for knowledge and a passion for excellence amongst Nigerians...

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  • Lekki County Homes
  • Ikota Villa Estate
  • Ikota, Lagos.
  • Email: info[at]literaryrenaissance[dot]org

 

 

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