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Illiteracy

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Illiteracy

  1. 1. - Introduction .- Definition of Illiteracy . - Causes of Illiteracy. Effects of Illiteracy . - Solutions of Illiteracy. - Conclusion .
  2. 2. Introduction Nowadays, many countries are suffering from illiteracy, especially developed countries. In developed countries such as Japan they mean illiteracy person who hasnot reached the level of education that makes him understand the written instructions in the technical subjects in his work. There are many causes that affect on illiteracy like poverty, learning disabilities, and lack of literacy within the family. The solutions are create new schools and specialteachers, teach parents to read, and creating special channels.
  3. 3. - Definition of Illiteracy :-Illiteracy is defined as not being able to readand write which affects many people; thenumber of people incapable of reading orwriting in a certain area or country is known asthe illiteracy rate. If a person is illiteratethen they may not be able to do certain thingsand they may also suffer from psychologicaleffects of illiteracy.
  4. 4. Common causes of illiteracypoverty Learning disabilities Lack of literacy within the family
  5. 5. On individuals:- On society:-- Difficulty dealing with others. - Lead to the publication of illiteracy, unemployment and poverty.- Inability to follow the instructions on the use of modern machinery. - Illiteracy impede the growth of individuals socially.- Lack of conscious awareness of the importance of worker commitment to - Affect illiterate mothers and fathers - the rules of industrial safety. especially mothers - on the level of education of children.
  6. 6. Rank Country Adult Illiteracy Rate1 Niger 84.3%2 Burkina Faso 77.0%3 Afghanistan 63.7%4 Sierra Leone 63.7%5 Gambia, the 63.5%6 Guinea-Bissau 63.2%7 Senegal 62.7%8 Benin 62.5%9 Ethiopia 61.3%10 Mauritania 60.1%
  7. 7. Solutions- we have to systematize new special ways, special schools and special teachers who have ability to teach illiterates effectively- teach parents to read, so that they can in turn teach their children- creating special channels
  8. 8. Finally, everyone who lives in poverty has tochange their thinking, especially parents. I hope that every child can study and have a dream because children have great possibilities and agreat future. We have to support them and give them a great future.

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