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Basic literacy program

  1. 1. THE LEARNING PROCESS IN THE BASIC LEARNING PROGRAM
  2. 2. BASIC LITERACY PROGRAM (BLP) Basic Literacy Program (BLP) is an intensive community-based training for illiterate out- of-school youth and adults, who are willing to learn basic literacy skills
  3. 3. What are the three basic literacy skills? * ability to read with comprehension * ability to compute simple problems * creative thinking and problem solving
  4. 4. TARGET LEARNERS– ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? ALS target learners are the: • non-literates, • functional literates, • out-of-school youth (OSY) and adults, • elementary and high school dropouts, • qualifiers of Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT), • people who opt not to go back to formal school system, and just about anybody who would want to continue learning.
  5. 5. Step 1: Recruitment The Service Provider, Literacy Facilitator and Mobile Teacher, District ALS Coordinators will go to the target community (house-to-house) to recruit learners HOW DO LEARNERS ACCESS BLP?
  6. 6. Step 2: Screening and Placement The recruited learners will undergo screening and placement test using the Functional Literacy Test (FLT)
  7. 7. Step 3: Enrolment  Learners who are qualified will be enrolled to BLP  Learners will prepare their Individual Learning Agreement (ILA)
  8. 8. What happens to the BLP completers • enroll to A&E Program • mainstream to formal school • enter the world of work • enroll to TESDA training
  9. 9. • ANDRAGOGY • Learning upon demand. • Learner no age bracket • Takes place anywhere outside the school • Subject matter depends on learner’s needs • Facilitator is anyone with interest, concern, commitment with basic literacy skills. • PEDAGOGY • Keeps students in order to finish 10th grade. • With age bracket. • In school • Depends on prescribed curriculum • Facilitator is a professional.
  10. 10. TEACHING STATEGIES The ALS employed the three distinct stages of the learning process: • Facilitator Aided Instruction Stage, • Transition to self Learning Stage and • Self-learning Stage.
  11. 11. FACILITATOR INSTRUCTION STAGE Facilitator-Aided Instruction who handles the Lower Elementary Level, he provides varied learning materials and delivery system which can be described as a flexible learning system. Choices are possible over what, when, where and how they learn even within the constraints of limited resources. Face-to-face learning session is employed.
  12. 12. The processes used are • Learning Group Session, • Organization of Learners, • Identification of Learning Goals, • Preparation of ILA ( Individual Learning Agreement ), • Variety of Presentation/strategies and Follow-up Visits/ Home Visits
  13. 13. • Transition to self learning / Autonomous Learning, the process used are : Learners used the modules, • Alone, • In group, • Group discussion and • Formulation of Individual Learning Agreement .
  14. 14. • face-to-face, • modular, • study groups, • print and audio- based learning, • tutorial, mentoring, and even home visits. • self and interactive learning • mentoring, and even home visits • In terms of languages of instruction, these can be local languages or dialects, Filipino, or English, depending on the programits. METHODS OF TEACHING
  15. 15. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!!!

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