Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 19, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 19, 1974
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SI a) Nor*we«t Arkoruo. TIMES, W»d., June 19, 1974 PAVtTTtVILLK, ARKANSAS Tutor Training Workshop Planned The Ozark Literacy Council ill sponsor a basic tulor Irnin- ing workshop in Springdalc next week. Tlit 15-hour basic training nf Ihc systematic I.aubach method w i l l he held from 10:31) a.m. until MO p.m. June 26-28 at the Springdulc Public Library. Mrs. .loy Kcid, dirctor of the Hunlsville Native Wins Leadership Award LITTLE ROCK -- Joseph V. Stewart, deputy director of the state finance and administration department and a native of Hunlsville is the recipient of a distirtgushed leadershp award from the Federal Government Accountants Association, tion. The award wll be presented this \veek during the association's national symposium in Dallas. Tex. Stewart was nominated for the award by Gov. Dale Bumpers for establishing an auto- m a t e d , statewide financial management anil information system training said tutors are needed and interested persons may register by calling 7S1-9W8. Mrs. Reid explained thai while hard core illiteracy has Iccreascil functional illiteracy is increasing. She described a function illiterate as one who reads on a fifth grade level and Prince Goes On Duty LONDON (AP) -- Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, returned Irj duty Tuesday aboard the frigate H.M.S. Jupiter. cannot complete legal or bus- ness forms. She reported 97 individuals lave been helped to improve their reading skills by volunteer tutors. It is estimated there arc approximately 8.000 functional illiterates in Washington County. NEW PROGRAM A new streamlined English teaching program has been de vised for out-of-school youths, ised for out-o ut-of-school youths adults and problem readers This can lake individuals, who want to rfead. from a zero read ini^ level to a seventh gradi cvel in two and a half years. "We desperately need tutors i assist in training the lar S* lumber of persons who request help with reading problems." Mrs. Reid said. The one-to-one teaching situation, the low cost for materials and proven results are approved hy educators. Many are attending the workshops, she said. , . ,, ,, A workshop in Teaching tng- lish as a Second Language (TESL) will be conducted in July and any one wishing to enroll in that course must have completed the basic Laubach ·ammg , Ice Could Be Wrong Dave Zimmerman points out downtown Rlcmminglon, I I I . The sign was part of a pcHes- io Cindy Hoggs t h a i signs can b u i l d i n g is nnl ire but window Irian barricade. (AP Wire- be misleading. What a c t u a l l y washers working overhead. pholo) hanrs from the side el Ih i s UA Semester In Germany Under Study The University of A r k a n s a s Department of Foreign Languages is continuing its exploration of the concept ol an alternative semester in Germany. The program, sponsored by the Red Cross Institute in Hamburg, Germany, offers a student the possibility of gaining academic credit in foreign languages for combinations of study, work, and service experience in Germany. Program participants select their own combination of study and service for one ·emester or for study (luring one summer and one fal semester. Students who participate will enter as individuals, study and \voi'k as individuals, and negotiate individually the program which matches their interests and capacities. Tlic components of the program include four to ciglil weeks of intensive German language study at Goethe Institute Center with the total costs calculated on a four or eight week basis; six months of voluntary service with the German Red Cross in Hamburg in its Volun- t a r y Y f a r of Social Service Pnigram. Participants receive f u l l room Find hoard plus S35 a month spending money for work in :iospitals and health care centers. Also they receive one free day Tier week. 12 days of naid vacation and a six-day educational tour. Students are eligible to participate regardless of major or degree of proficiency in the German language. Michael Folkcr of H o f f m a n State, III., a UA student is now in Ham burg under the program. Interested persons who want to oly-ain more infoi-malion may call the UA Department of For- cign Languages at 575-2951 . 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