Table of Contents
(Reprinted July 1997)
Serial No. 10
ISBN: 1 861920 70 9
Department For International Development
DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - EDUCATION PAPERS
This is one of a series of Education Papers issued from time to time by the Education Division of the Department for International Development. Each paper represents a study or piece of commissioned research on some aspect of education and training m developing countries. Most of the studies were undertaken m order to provide informed judgements from which policy decisions could be drawn, but in each case it has become apparent that the material produced would be of interest to a wider audience, particularly but not exclusively those whose work focuses on developing countries.
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Abbreviations used in the text
Chapter 1: The growth of interest in 'post-literacy'
Concepts and definitions
Assumptions and issues
Chapter 2: Materials for post-literacy
1. Special materials:
Enhancing literacy skills
Locally generated materials (LGM)
Low cost materials
2. 'Real' materials
Using real materials for literacy
3. Access to and use of these materials
Training for post-literacy
Evaluation of post-literacy activities and materials
Chapter 3: Developing new approaches to post-literacy
The traditional view
Developing new approaches
A re-definition of 'post-literacy'
Materials for 'post-literacy'
Post-literacy and initial literacy programmes
The cost-effectiveness of supporting the production of special post-literacy materials.
The cost-effectiveness of using 'real' materials for the enhancement of literacy practices
Summary of possible courses of action