Common European Numeracy Framework

EVERYDAY LIFE CONTEXT​

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INTRODUCTION

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KEY ISSUES

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ACTIVITIES TO DO

Cooking below €1,-

Mr. Miller has a job interview. The aim is to study and discuss two or more examples of how this can be addressed in an Adult Numeracy activity. 

Household budget

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Work at the office

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Playing a match

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Voting

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Medicine dosage

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SELF STUDY

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