This big book was written by Peace Corps/Zambia Volunteer James Palmer and counterpart Theresa Bwalya during the Read for Life Literacy In-Service Training (IST) in Zambia.
These stories are designed specifically to aid non-native English speakers practice the complex sounds of the English language.
The purpose of this manual is to help Volunteers working in literacy to build the capacity of their host country counterparts by organizing ideas, activities, and lesson plans for each of the concepts highlighted in the Literacy Wheel. In addition to sharing the interactive lessons and activities in this manual, consider doing the exercises and action planning along with your counterparts.
This is an indispensible guide for planning, starting, supporting, and maintaining bookmobiles, taken from various presentations at the American Library Association annual conferences.
This is a list of definitions is to clarify the different type of Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) benchmark terms.
The 2014 Education Sector Global Info Brief contains comprehensive information on the work done by Peace Corps Volunteers and staff in such fields as math, science, technology education, and teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL). Briefly covered is the need for education in developing countries, Peace Corps' approach to that need, how Volunteers are addressing education needs around the world, and where they are doing it.
This manual provides practical suggestions for library staff to help their communities become more literate.
This is a list of 175 words that are used most frequently in Spanish.
The Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) measures students' progress towards reading. EGRA gauges early literacy skills through a 15-minute individual oral assessment of five fundamental reading skills.
The Early Grade Reasing Assessment (EGRA) toolkit is the product of ongoing collaboration among a large community of scholars, practitioners, government officials, and education development professionals to advance the cause of early reading assessment and acquisition among primary school children in low-income countries.