Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. And World Ed is a personal trainer!
Here’s a photo from our archives of a woman reading a literacy chart in India.
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Maybe photos are worth a thousand words because it leaves a lot up for interpretation! When learning, that may not be the best thing, which is why literacy is important.
In this photo, a woman in India studies a workbook.
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A Literacy Coach teaches parents how to play a learning game included in TRAC’s reading toolkits. Literacy Coaches play an important role in coordinating the different components of TRAC, including parent engagement. Parents are encouraged to check out reading games and materials from the school library so that their children can practice reading at home.
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The Total Reading Approach in Cambodia project‘s Literacy Coaches work with students in developing their reading skills.
The mLearning game that TRAC developed, Aan Khmer, corresponds with the national curriculum and TRAC benchmark system. It is an engaging way to help students develop their reading skills.
Sitan writes during a World Education class. Writing is an important skill that will open doors of opportunity for Sitan in the future!
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