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close this bookAnimation Skills (Peace Corps; 73 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentPreface
View the documentGuinea worm fact sheet
close this folderUser’s guide
View the documentThe who, what, when, where, and why of animation skills
View the documentHow to use this manual
View the documentAbout the individual lessons
View the documentTaking it to the people
View the documentAn overview of individual lesson plans
View the documentCommunication skills
View the documentPossible questions for guinea worm review
View the documentAbout the graphics
View the documentUse of lesson plans for guinea worm instruction
View the documentUse of lesson plans for peace corps requirements
View the documentUse of guinea worm graphics
View the documentReferences
View the documentList of graphics
Open this folder and view contentsEnergizers
Open this folder and view contentsCase study
Open this folder and view contentsProverbs
View the documentTwo Pile Sort
Open this folder and view contentsStorytelling
Open this folder and view contentsGames
Open this folder and view contentsCritical incident
View the documentDemonstration
Open this folder and view contentsFishbowl
Open this folder and view contentsGuinea worm graphics
 

Taking it to the people

Animation Skills (Not for Guinea Worm Only) is designed so that lesson plan booklets can be easily removed from the body of the manual and taken to the field. Peace Corps Volunteers and other field extensionists will need to select those lessons applicable to the type of training that they will be doing, the time they have to do it, and the nature of the audience. To plan for a field training intervention, especially on short notice, or if not familiar with the manual, the Volunteer/Extensionist should first decide on the subject matter ("Guinea Worm Factors") that must be conveyed, and the time available to convey it. With this information, simply go to the matrix entitled "Use of Lesson Plans for Guinea Worm Instruction" on page 16 and identify those lesson plans that fit your needs. If you need some details on the lesson plans, go to "An Overview of Individual Lesson Plans" on page 8, and then to the lesson plans themselves. All of the lesson plans are effective in "Training of Trainers" events and all can be adapted readily for field use.... Mix and match and don't forget the "Energizers."

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