Esmeralda Rocio Morales
The importance of literacy.
Literacy is known as the ability to read and write. It is the ability to communicate with each other, and to understand the concepts of everything. It does not mean that you will find literacy in a book because it can be found at any place on a daily basis. For example, while watching television, reading a magazine, when communicating with people in social networks, and especially in school. All of that has something related to literacy because there are words and signs that have a significance. It is very important for us to read and write, because it is a way to express and communicate with each other. Strong literacy skills are closely linked to the probability of having a good job, decent earnings, and access to training opportunities. Individuals with weak literacy skills are more likely to be unemployed or, if employed, to be in jobs that pay little or that offer poor hours or working conditions Without literacy civilization as well as communication would be entirely different, it is the key for our future, because it means education, and with education we all would have a better future. Literacy is fundamental for learning in school. It has an impact on an individual's ability to participate in society and to understand important public issues. Since we were kids, we were taught to learn a language step by step. We first learned to understand it, then to speak it, and at school we learned to write it and read it. Nowadays the population of people that know how to write and read is bigger than before. Some of our grandparents are illiterate due to their poor education. My grandmother said that back in the day there was not enough money for education and only a few could afford it. But things had changed, now the government helps the students by providing them with financial support and it is easier for them to afford and education. I am...
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