Editorial

Vyhmeister, Shawna

 


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The Performance of Trilogy Functions of Higher
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Vyhmeister, Shawna L.

Analysis of Some Influences on Literacy as Observed by Facilitators of Literary in Cambodia
Scott, Timothy

 


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Analysis of Some Influences on Literacy as Observed by Facilitators of Literary in Cambodia


Abstract:  Cambodia is a country that lags behind many of its neighbors in literacy.  Seventh-day Adventist church workers have found that offering adult literacy classes is one good way to introduce Buddhists to Christianity.  Many of the literacy students are actually motivated to study because they wish to learn more about the Bible.  This study analyzes Cambodian literacy workers’ reactions to the usefulness of a training seminar designed to prepare them to be better literacy workers.  They respond to the usefulness of specific sessions of the seminar, as well as giving demographic data about their literacy students, and information on their perceptions of the usefulness of the materials they work with.

Scott, Timothy


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