Sunday, June 22, 2008

Algeria Child FDC

Algeria FDC
Name: The Child and The New Technologies
Date of Issue: 01 June 2008

Nowadays, the new technologies are used in numerous fields especially in teaching, in aim to improve and to modernize the educational processes.

The use of computer constitutes a fundamental teaching method. Thus, and for a better use of computing, a preliminary knowledge, helpful in exploiting the various programmes is required.

In deed, the introduction of a module concerning the new technologies is very important in school programmes. The use of computing allows the user to enlarge his knowledges and it permits the exchange of ideas and information through the electronic library via the internet.

The modern information and communication technologies allow the operator to use and to exploit a variety of programmes and technics which contribute a lot in researchs and discoveries.

Because of his attentiveness and his observation's developped spirit, the child remains the main actor fascinated by the manipulation of the multiple ranges of technological equipments. These last offer him possibilities of learning by playing and making researches and because he is curious, he'll make new discoveries.

The rational use of the new technologies supported by a particular assistance to the child, urges this last one to an adequate and a useful exploitation.
Comment: There are some problems on this stamp and FDC. On stamp: 1. The child uses his left hand to take the balloons, but according to Muslims etiquette, the left hand is reserved for bodily hygiene and considered unclean. Thus, the right hand should be used for eating. Shaking hands or handing over an item with one's left hand is an insult; 2. There are 5 balloons on this stamp, but there are only 4 lines on child's hand. On FDC: My friend paid 95 Algerian Dinars (you could see it on the registered receipt) for this registered mail FDC, but there are only 90 Algerian Dinars postage on this FDC, because Post Office hadn't low value definitive stamps.

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