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    influence our literacy and learning skills. In this paper I will firstly discuss what is literacy and learning process and tools to acquire it. Secondly, I will evaluate if cellphones are easy to use, mobile, interactive, widespread and if they are effective on our focus and concentration. Finally, I will conclude whether or not all cellphones meet our criteria and if they are helping us to ease our learning process in order to improve our literacy. Classically, everyone knows literacy…

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    I believe Literacy is a KEY, which opens mysteries treasures with in Universe. Journey within life becomes more meaningful with the knowledge of literacy. Knowledge is a power, and if there is no KEY than there will be no access to treasures of knowledge. Also life will become meaningless moreover we will not be able to comprehend the meaning of life neither improve our self’s. Surely precious assets along with valuable and significantly important treasures need to be kept in are secure lock…

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    learning process. Recently, the topic of adolescent literacy has taken center stage, due to new studies and research. Adolescent literacy is not just about being able to decode words—in fact, it rarely is. The research regarding the topic is both inspiring and discouraging in different locations, at different levels, and within different subjects. How can anyone know what adolescents need in terms of literacy? The truth is, however, that adolescent literacy has come a long way in the more recent…

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    Until this class I never really identified what literacy was. I have always known about reading and writing, but never once did I look at it as knowledge that would bring me success. I now see that it is much broader than just simply writing and reading, but being able to interpret and communicate through it. My literacy has been important to me from day one and is a type of knowledge that can progress for a lifetime and be a tool to enable my success. From as young as I can remember my mom…

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    poverty, to specify it to one term would be impossible. According to Unesco, poverty is defined in absolute and relative terms. Absolute poverty measures the lack of basic requirement to satisfy our basic human needs. Such as, safe drinking water, food, health, education, information, clothing, shelter and access to services (Unesco, 2016). The other term relative poverty, defines poverty in the economic condition that people lack in order to maintain the standard living in the society. It…

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    Physical education curriculum provides an indispensable opportunity in the establishment of physical literacy, however the aim of PL is to move beyond specific proficiency in specific activities to inclusiveness of all abilities and focuses on competencies in a variety of movements and environments. The internationally accepted definition of PL is “the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities…

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    Role play support children with their literacy skills as they are using words in order to speak but also write words down on paper which supports them to learn how to speak and write. For example, role playing a shop will help children explore the situation, “extend their language, learn on how…

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    OVERVIEW: I AM DIGITAL™ 101 The time to bring “I Am Digital™” literacy in the mainstream of American communities is now. Digital literacy can be defined as the ability to access, analyze and engage in critical thinking about the array of messages they receive and send in order to make informed decisions about the everyday issues they face regarding health, work, politics and leisure. Most American families live in “constantly connected” homes with 500+ TV channels, broadband Internet access, and…

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    If you were to ask me what literacy meant to me when I was younger, I would tell you, that it represented reading a book, and simply writing. As a child I thought literacy had to deal with English class, although it does relate, there is much more to literacy than we think. Being young, I wasn’t aware of the definition of literacy, and if you are anything like me, you would eventually have to just learn on your own. Growing up I rarely thought about what literacy truly meant, but I can say that…

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    Cuban Education Problems

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    of education in Cuba has turned to be 0.743 (HDI 5) in 2013 from 0.517 in 1962. Every year’s education expenditures was 12.8% of their GDP (CIA 2) in order to tackle with the low educational problems, the government implement policies to boost the literacy rate and educational level. For instance, the article of a research for Cuba education says that “this year, 2 million Cubans began the school year, art schools and institutions for orphans continue to welcome students, 800 children are…

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