lundi 4 septembre 2017

Une bonne nouvelle pour la rentrée et pour tous ceux ou celles qui hésitaient encore, il ne faut jamais renoncer à apprendre des choses nouvelles (comme les langues!) même à 90 ans. Pour preuve, lisez l'histoire de Priscilla Sitienei du Kenya...


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Il n’est jamais trop tard pour s’instruire, Priscilla Sitienei en est la preuve vivante. Cette arrière-grand-mère s’est inscrite à l’école de Ndalat, au Kenya, pour apprendre à lire et à écrire. A 90 ans, elle est probablement l’élève de primaire la plus âgée au monde, selon la BCC.

http://www.20minutes.fr/insolite/1524687-20150124-kenya-90-ans-inscrit-ecole-primaire-arriere-petits-enfants

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The amazing fertility of the older mind. It’s never too late to learn – if you go about it in the right way.
If you ever fear that you are already too old to learn a new skill, remember Priscilla Sitienei, a midwife from Ndalat in rural Kenya. Having grown up without free primary school education, she had never learnt to read or write. As she approached her twilight years, however, she wanted to note down her experiences and knowledge to pass down to the next generation. And so, she started to attend lessons at the local school – along with six of her great-great-grandchildren. She was 90 at the time.

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170828-the-amazing-fertility-of-the-older-mind
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-30935874

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Un'alunna molto particolare

Priscilla Sitienei fa la quarta elementare e quando la maestra scrive alla lavagna le lettere dell'alfabeto, le osserva bene e le ricopia accuratamente sul suo quaderno con la matita. Proprio come gli altri bambini. Solo che Priscilla non è una bambina, ha 90 anni e tutti i compagni di classe la chiamano "Gogo", che nella lingua locale significa "nonna".


http://corsiserali.blogspot.fr/2015_01_01_archive.html

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