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					  RID. NORASETH PATHMANAND




LITERACY
Main Global Problem




     Poverty
Causes & Statistics:
n   The UN World Youth Report, 2005

      113 million
         youths          Half a billion
                130 million            88 millions
        have no               live on
                youths are                  are
     opportunities          less than
                 illiterate           unemployed
        to go to         US $ 2 a day
         school                      10 million
            Over 200               young people
         millions were             (15-24 years old
                       Millions mostly in Africa
       trying to surviveare         and Asia) are
                    malnutrition
          on less than            currently living
           US $ 1 a day              with HIV or
                                      AIDS
Illiteracy causes Poverty and
Social Life Development

n   More than one quarter of the world’s
    population is unable to read or write.

n   Millions more are functionally illiterate i.e.
    - they don’t posses reading and writing skills
      necessary to meet the demands of everyday life.
    - not limited to developing countries, it is also
      a serious problem in industrialized nations e.g.
      27 million in USA, 75% are unemployed.
Illiteracy causes Poverty and
Social Life Development

n   Lack of knowledge / Ability and Life skills
n   Unemployment
n   Health problems
    (malnutrition, personal health care etc.)

n   Social problems (criminal and reckless activities)
    - e.g. in India, many of the 40,000 fatal traffic
      accidents that occur each year are caused by
      truck drivers who can’t read traffic signs.
    The only one solution
      is to offer a proper
Functional Literacy Learning
for people as Education for All
Functional Literacy means:

     1. Being able to communicate at the
        critical thinking level

     2. Being able to develop quality of life
       (vocation skills, life improvement,
       ethics and morality)

     3. Being able to learn other subject areas
        and having life-long education
            Rotary’s Policy

n   The United Nations has identified illiteracy
    as one of the most serious obstacles to
    economic, political, and social development.

n   The RI Board, in 1986 made literacy
    a 10-year program of emphasis for Rotary.

n   In 1992, extend the emphasis to the year 2000
    and expanded the scope to address the issue
    of functional literacy.
         Rotary’s Policy
      RI President Glenn Kinross in 1997
set up the Literacy and Numeracy Task Force
     headed by PDG. Dr. Richard Walker
                 who introduced
  “Lighthouse Literacy Project” using CLE
   (Concentrated Language Encounter) for
     teaching languages to alleviate mass
          illiteracy around the world.
                  CLE

In 1985, Dr. Walker came to Thailand to help
 Dr. Saowalak at Srinakharinwirot University
      in Bangkok to develop and started
    a pilot CLE approach (Thai language)
in primary schools, Northeast of Thailand with
  cooperation of The Ministry of Education.
                CLE

n   Later, the project received
    a 5-year 3H Grants from TRF.


n   The program proved to be successful,
    The Ministry of Education adopted
    the program throughout the country.
   Literacy Lighthouse Strategies

1. Starting CLE pilot projects, strategically located
   in developing countries around the world.

2. Using Thailand as a Lighthouse to serve as
   CLE Training Center for Technical & Project
   Coordinators from those developing countries.

3. Implementing the projects through
   RI and TRF funding.
      RI Lighthouse Literacy Strategies
                    RI / TRF / Other Organizations

  Local/National
                            Effective Literacy Training   Rotary Clubs
    Educational                   Program (CLE)
Institution & others

Project Coordinator          Technical Coordinator        Inservice Teacher


 (Administration (RTN))        (Qualified Educator)       (Qualified Teacher)


                          CLE Class Model or Program


                    Replicate/Disseminate to other areas


                          Expand other model programs
  Literacy Lighthouse Strategies

Require:


     1. Continuity

     2. Long-term commitment
               Why “CLE” ?
1. The system has been successfully implemented in
   more than 10 countries with different languages
   around the world with significantly positive
   research result evidences.

2. It can be adaptable to every language and culture.

3. It is inexpensive.

4. It is an integrative program that covers all
   educational improvement.
               Why “CLE” ?

5. It covers all the needs to be solved in order
   to alleviate mass illiteracy.

6. It can achieve Literacy at functional level.
   - CLE has 3 models and it could take up to
       6 years for formal education.
The Lighthouse Literacy Program
Concerns 4 Areas

      1. Formal Education

      2. Adult, especially for women

      3. Street Children

      4. Special Program
         Ethnic group and disables
        (the blinds, the deafs etc.)
CLE Literacy
Program        Vocational Skills
               Ethics / Morality
               Personality
               Emotional intelligence
Life
               Multiple intelligence
Development
               Responsibility
               Sharing / Democratic concepts
               Communicative Skills
               Creativity
Life - Long
Education
PolioPlus                      Literacy

1. We use OPV to               1. We use CLE to
   get rid of Polio viruses.      get rid of illiteracy.

2. OPV is the drug of          2. CLE is the drug of
   choice for Polio               choice for alleviation
   eradication.                   of mass illiteracy.

3. The job is almost done.     3. Rotary own CLE.

                               How can we utilize it
                                the get a job done?

				
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