If you read and understand information, you will have the ability to use it — or convey it to another person effectively.
You want your written words to be instantly understood by another person. By your family. By your friends. By your neighbor. By your children’s teachers. By your utility company. By your bank. By your Member of Parliament..
Verbal expression is very important. You may need to communicate this way in a public situation (at the bank or talking to your child’s school teachers or asking someone directions on a street).
Such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division – and be able to use it in a practical situation or to solve a problem, such as paying your bills. The same is true with the sciences.
It’s important that you are “computer literate.” You don’t need to know everything about a computer and how it works but you should know very basic things about the computer and how to operate it.
Things you face every day in your culture. MONEY – do you understand our currency and how to handle it? THE BUS – do you know the bus routes in your town and how to buy a ticket?
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