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Gunter, Jock – Educational Broadcasting International, 1975
A discussion of the role instructional television can play in nonformal, or affective education, in developing nations. (HB)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Educational Television, Humanistic Education, Nonformal Education
Gunter, Jock – 1973
Designed for use in rural Ecuador, addition and multiplication bingo games which promote number recognition and fluency in arithmetic operations are described. These skills are necessary for successful transaction at the market place where rural Ecuadorians must be able to buy goods and make change. The leader calls out a mathematical problem and…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Basic Skills, Daily Living Skills, Developing Nations
Gunter, Jock – 1972
A card game, "Mercado," or Market Rummy, designed to teach basic market skills to rural Ecuadorians is described. Two to five people can play the game, which is presently used in night community meetings and in the educational program in coastal cooperatives. The game consists of two decks of cards: one represents money, the other…
Descriptors: Arithmetic, Basic Skills, Consumer Economics, Consumer Education
Gunter, Jock – 1972
This document describes a literacy project in rural Ecuador using a modified version of Sylvia Ashton Warner's language experience approach. This method allows learners to approach written culture on their own terms by learning words important to their life, then transferring these works to sentences and stories. The approach reduces the rural…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Basic Skills, Beginning Reading, Daily Living Skills
Gunter, Jock – 1973
Letter and syllable dice devised for a project in rural Ecuador provide inexpensive, easily reproducible learning materials for practice in basic literary skills. Eleven wooden cubes with six letters on each cube are cast onto a surface and the player constructs words from the letters on the top side of the dice. After a word is formed and…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Basic Skills, Beginning Reading, Daily Living Skills