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French transcription: L'une des affiches éducatives fabriquées par la mission d'assistance technique de l'UNESCO pour les écoles radiophoniques.
Description: A large, illustrated poster - a teacher/learning aid for discovering the letter M - is hung on a white wall panel. A teacher is indicating a large M with a long pointer in his hand. The top of the poster features a drawing of a mother and child.

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English transcription: Campaign against illiteracy. Evening reading and writing classes have ben organised in six villages in the vicinity of Bogota by a Colombian newspaper entreprise. Various teaching are used, including the direct, pupil-teacher system and also « learning by radio ». Here a teacher during a broadcast lesson.
French transcription: Campagne contre l’analphabétisme. Des cours du soir de lecture et d’écriture ont été organisés dans six villages des environs de Bogota par un journal colombien. Différentes méthodes d’enseignement sont utilisées, y compris la méthode directe ainsi que la radio. Ici, l’instituteur pendant une leçon radiodiffusée.
Description: Dans une salle, un professeur est en train de lire un texte devant un microphone. Derrière lui, dans une cabine, un technicien, les écouteurs sur les oreilles, enregistre la leçon.

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English transcription: Radio school. A group of students studying in the house of an auxiliary transformed into a radio classroom.

Description: A group of women and girls in a classroom, seated face to face at two adjoined and cluttered desks, are writing in exercise books.

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English transcription: Illiteracy is being fought by radio in some areas of Colombia. A priest, Father Joaquin Salcedo, starting with a home-made transmitter and three receivers, has had overwhelming success in bringing education to rural communities. Father Salcedo was invited to explain his meth to UNESCO ad now, through a technical assistance agreement between the Colombian Government and the UN, UNESCO experts will join Father Salcedo in the unique program of education-by-radio. Villagers crow the entrance to the. cultural Theatre. Plays which are enacted combine practical education with entertainment.
French transcription: L’école par radio en Colombie. Un prêtre colombien emploie la radiophonie pour combattre l’analphabétisme. Le Père Joaquin Alcedo débuta avec un émetteur qu’il avait assemblé lui-même et trois postes de TSF. Ses émissions ont un tel succès parmi les collectivités rurales que l’UNESCO lui a demandé de faire connaître ses méthodes . Sous peu, grâce à un accord d’assistance technique passé entre les Nations Unies et la Colombie, des experts de l’UNESCO iront aider le Père Salcedo à mener à bien son programme d’enseignement par radio. Ici, des villageois font la queue devant le théâtre culturel de Sutatenza. Les pièces qu’on y joue sont choisies et mises en scène par le Père Salcedo; elles allient l’éducation pratique et le divertissement.
Description: A crowd of villagers are waiting in front of a theatre. Most of them wear white or black hats. Men and women are very well dressed. A priest can be seen among the crowd.

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English transcription: Radio school. At 5 a.m., about 15 miles from Sutatenza, a group of students is studying in the house of an auxiliary.
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Description: Inside a room, a middle-aged man is sitting at a table and checking a notebook. A younger person is standing on his side and observing him while handling some printed material. A blackboard is hanging on the wall, with some Spanish words written on it. There is on the same wall a poster of "Accion cultural popular" depicting a catholic priest teaching with the help of a radio. On another wall there is a bookshelf and some religious images of Christ and Mary.

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English transcription: Radio school. Mr. de la Huerta, Director of the United Nations Information Centre of Colombia, interviewing an old woman in front of her house where she usually holds her classes.
French transcription: Enseignement par la radio. M. de la Huerta, Directeur du Centre d'Information des Nations Unies pour la Colombie, s'entretient avec une vieille femme devant la porte de sa maison où se donnent les cours.
Description: A man and an eldely woman are talking to each other, seated at a school table outside a building. There is an ink-pot and pad of paper on their table. In the background, a group of children sit at another table.

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English transcription: Radio school. A group of students studying in the house of an auxiliary transformed into a radio classroom.

Description: Two women students seated side by side at a table in a classroom are writing in school exercise books.

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English transcription: Radio school. A group of students in the house of an auxilliary transformed into a radio classroom.

Description: In a classroom, from left to right, four people - a man, an elderly women, a younger woman, and a boy - are following a radio education programme, reading and/or writing with pencils in exercise books in front of them.

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English transcription: Technical Assistance. Radio school pupils file into their classroom for an early morning lesson.
French transcription: Assistance technique - l'école par la radio. Les élèves se préparent à assister à un cours du matin.
Description: In the dark of morning, men, women and children - all hatted, most carrying course materials - are lined up to enter an improvised classroom to follow a radio lesson.

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English transcription: Radio School. 1955. A group of students in the house of an auxiliary which has been transformed into a radio classroom.
French transcription: Ecole par la radio. -1955. Un groupe d'étudiants dans une chambre aménagée pour permettre l'enseignement par la radio.
Description: An elderly woman wearing a shawl is writing in a notebook at a desk.

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English transcription: Young and old go to school by radio organized for rural districts by Father Salcedo with the help of UNESCO.
French transcription: Jeunes et vieux se rendent aux classes de l'école par la radio organisée pour les régions rurales par le Pére Salcedo avec l'aide de l'UNESCO.
Description: An elderly man and two girls and a boy are seated at a desk in the front of a classroom, writing in school exercise books. Other students can be perceived in the backgound, as well as a pile of hats.

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English transcription: Campaign against illiteracy. Evening reading and writing classes have been organized in six villages in the vicinity of Bogota by a Columbian newspaper enterprise. Various teaching methods are used. including the direct, pupil-teacher system and also learning by radio. Here a teacher during a broadcast lesson.
French transcription: Campagne contre l'analphabétisme. Des cours du soir de lecture et d'écriture ont été organisés dans six villages des environs de Bogota par un journal Colombien. Différentes méthodes d'enseignement sont utilisées, y compris la méthode directe, ainsi que la radio. Ici, l'instituteur pendant une leçon radiodiffusée.
Description: In a broadcasting studio, a literacy teacher addressing a microphone is reading a Spanish lesson, focused on the letter D.