Every day, illiteracy affects over 775 million people around the world, English as a Second Language (“ESL”) is in universal demand as there are at least 5.1 million ESL students every year and General Equivalency Diploma needs are rising as the high school drop-out rate increases and 750,000 high schoolers drop out every year. Project Light is a non-profit organization dedicated to help those in need by providing churches, missionaries, faith-based and community-based organizations and individuals with proven programs to meet literacy, ESL and GED needs. Since 1979, hundreds of Project Light Learning Centers have been established across the United States and countries across the globe.
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If you are a church, faith-based organization or community-based organization who would like to start a literacy, ESL or GED Learning Center to reach individuals in need your community, Project Light has the turn key solution. Our programs includes software, training on establishing and successfully operating a Learning Center. If you are interested in establishing a Learning Center, please contact Stuart Nesbit at email@example.com or at (757) 624-1764.
LITERACY FOR LIFE TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMS
WHO GOD IS
WHO GOD SAYS I AM
ZERO TO FIVE
This software program consists of visual material that progressively introduces the student to vocabulary, language principals, concepts and basic sentence structure. The student interacts with the software in order to move through each lesson. There are 374 lessons at five different levels.
This The A-Z Who God Says I Am Software is an introduction to beginning vocabulary and the alphabet for pre-readers. The program focuses on phonemic awareness, which means focusing on the individual letter sounds. - Also check out our Who God Says I Am song!
The A-Z Who God Is Software is an introduction to beginning vocabulary and the alphabet for pre-readers. The program focuses on phonemic awareness, which means focusing on the individual letter sounds.
“The Zero To Five Reading Readiness Series consists of Perceptual Training and Thinking lessons which address visual perceptual skills and critical thinking and comprehension skills. The program tests for areas of weaknesses and then introduces the student to visual and comprehension skills needed for reading.”