Cairo, Dec 11 (Prensa Latina) The Association of Hispanists of Egypt said it is interested in the Cuban teaching method Yes, I Can, and suggested translating it into Arab to help reduce the illiteracy rate in that country, diplomatic sources announced on Sunday.
Members of the association, which is made up of Spanish teachers and other academicians from Egyptian universities, said they are willing to work with Cuban experts to adjust their needs to the program created by Prof. Leonela Relys, and whose effectiveness UNESCO recognized in 2006.
During a conference by Cuban ambassador to Cairo Otto Vaillant, professors Nagwa Mehrez and Ali Menufi said that with the Yes, I Can method the estimated 40 percent illiteracy rate could be soon eliminated in Egypt.
Among the many subjects analyzed in the conference entitled Cuba, Challenges and Opportunities Vaillant stressed that the teaching method has been successfully implemented in more than 15 countries from Latin America and other regions, and has been praised by different institutions and governments.
Modificado el ( domingo, 11 de diciembre de 2011 )
Source: Prensa Latina
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