• What else would it be?

    I am not exactly sure what else literacy would mean other than the ability to read and write. Those two things pretty much go hand in hand and you can more than likely do one without the other. I have never met someone in my entire life who can not do both if they could do one.

  • That is the basics.

    Yes, I approve of the definition of literacy as the ability to read and write, because I'm not sure what else the definition of literacy might entail. If a person is not limited by their ability to comprehend written language, they are literate. That means both reading and writing. If a person can do these things, they are literate.

  • Yes, the definition of literacy is good.

    I definitely think that the definition of literacy as the ability to read and write is accurate. I think that if somebody cannot read or write, then they are not literate. I think that it is something that everybody need to be able to do to be consider a literate.

  • Yes, I approve of the definition that literacy is the ability to read and write.

    I think literacy should cover a broad topic and should be primarily determined if someone can read and write at a basic level, I don't think we should be considering comprehension or other similar traits when calculating literacy, I believe it should be kept as basic as possible when determining what percentage of the population is literate.

  • Literacy is literary not read and write

    Literacy cover a higher perspective of arena then just to read and write. . It should enhance individual power of reasoning and thinking then only you are literate. . The person should also know what to pen down. . Literacy should educate about different aspects and thinking rather than just to read and write.

Leave a comment...
(Maximum 900 words)
No comments yet.

By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use.