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January 24, 2013

A new world of learning has opened up for 30 pupils from Dow Village Government Primary School, California. They benefitted from training delivered by the Arrow Foundation which is sponsored by Methanex Trinidad Limited.


ARROW stands for Aural, Read, Respond, Oral, Write. The technique was first developed in 1975 in the United Kingdom by Dr Colin Lane. It applies the use of the self-voice—a recording of the learner’s own voice while reading—which forms the basis of the multi-sensory learning approach.


Catering to students from standards One to Five, the project is a continuation of Methanex’s longstanding partnership with Dow Village Government Primary School, under the Point Lisas Energy Association initiative for companies in the Point Lisas Industrial Estate to support fenceline schools.


A release said the company has supported Dow Village’s development by establishing