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close this bookFunctional Adult Literacy (FAL) - Training Manual (DVV, UNICEF; 1996; 106 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgment
View the documentForeword
close this folderIntroduction
View the document0.1 Basic definitions
View the document0.2 Training Aims and Objectives
View the document0.3 Structure of this Manual
Open this folder and view contentsUnit One: Functional Adult Literacy and Its Implications
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Two: Facilitating Adult Learning
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Three: Facilitating FAL Classes
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Four: Organising and Managing FAL Programmes
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Five: Integrating Functional Adult Literacy in other Development Programmes
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Six: Monitoring and Evaluating Functional Adult Literacy Programmes
View the documentAnnex 1 - Sample Lesson Plan for Luganda Learners
View the documentAnnex 2 - Sample Lesson Plan for Runyankore/Rukiga
View the documentAnnex 3 - Sample Lesson Plan for Lusoga
 

0.3 Structure of this Manual

This Training Manual has six Units, namely:

Unit One:

Functional Adult Literacy and its Implication.

   

Unit Two:

Facilitating Adult Learning.

   

Unit Three:

Facilitating Functional Adult Literacy Classes.

   

Unit Four:

Organising and Managing Functional Adult Literacy Programmes.

   

Unit Five:

Integrating Functional Adult Literacy in other Development Programmes.

   

Unit Six:

Monitoring and Evaluating Functional Adult Literacy Programmes.

- Each Unit is divided into several Topics.

- Each Unit starts with an explanation of the purpose of the Unit and an outline of the Topics. (The full list of topics is also found in the List of Contents).

- Each Topic is then laid out in the following way:

 

a) Introduction.
b) Objectives.
c) Time.
d) Necessary teaching/learning aids.
e) Procedure and main points to be learned.
f) Assessment.
g) Follow-up activities.

Please Note 1: the central part of each Topic is (e) Main points to be learned
Please Note 2: all activities require at least:

 

- Blackboard.
- Paper for charts (such as newsprint or flip-charts).
- Chalk and suitable pens for charts.
- Masking tape or cellotape.

 

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