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close this bookFunctional Adult Literacy (FAL) - Training Manual (DVV, UNICEF; 1996; 106 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgment
View the documentForeword
Open this folder and view contentsIntroduction
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
close this folderUnit Five: Integrating Functional Adult Literacy in other Development Programmes
View the document5.1 Integrating FAL with other Key Players
View the document5.2 Integrating FAL in Income-generating Activities
View the document5.3 Integrating FAL in Labour/Energy Saving Technologies
View the document5.4 Integrating FAL in Health Education
View the document5.5 Integrating FAL in the Civic Life of the Community
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

Unit Five: Integrating Functional Adult Literacy in other Development Programmes


In the course of learning the skills and knowledge of literacy, adults do inevitably perform a number of activities related to programmes of other key players. Such programmes promote FAL on one hand and on the other hand,

The acquired knowledge and skills of literacy are expected to lead to improved performance in those activities. In addition, some of those activities support the learning process such as in the provision of learning materials and other production inputs This unit is therefore intended to guide the learners in the process of integrating literacy knowledge and skills with other on-going programmes.

Topic Covered in this Unit

5.1 Integrating Functional Adult Literacy with other development programmes
5.2 Integrating FAL into Income generating activities
5.3 Integrating FAL into Labour/energy-saving technologies
5.4 Integrating FAL into Health programmes
5.5 Integrating FAL into the Civil Life of the Community.

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