OVER 100 hours of academic work in all 3 volumes
Working through the materials in the three volumes, students would have over 100 hours of study time. This does not include the several more hours reading the articles.
These books can be used by classroom teachers. The books cover several subjects, namely, Math, Language, Comprehension, Literacy, Family Studies, Parenting, Social Studies, History, Environmental Studies, Law and Criminology, General Knowledge, Youth Issues, and much, much more.
Teachers of literacy will find this excellent reading material for their students, since researchers find that the more people read, the better readers and writers they become. The materials in these books hold the interests of youths and so encourage them to read more. Adults who need literacy training would also find this excellent material, since it provides an insight into many issues their children may be experiencing.
Community workers, social workers, youth workers, in short, people who work with youths, may find the articles useful in building character among their young people. These articles could also serve as a catalyst for stimulating discussions with their young people.
These books can be used by young people working on their own, and are an excellent resource for young people to use as extra reading during school time, as well as during the summer months and holidays when they are away from school.
Young people may also use these books not only to learn, but to develop team work. These books could be the basis for forming study groups to figure out the answers to the academic questions, or as a basis for discussion on youth issues.
Parents may also find the articles in these books relevant, and besides shedding light on some of the issues that their young people face, can also provide a basis for conversation.