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4 Tired of being under rigorous supervision and being called to answer questions and seeing that he wasn't able to do the only thing he could do, and preferring to remain alive instead of giving himself up to a slow death, he opted for exile. Exile in Chile At that time, the Bolivian Embassy was the only one which welcomed him. Then he was contacted by the Bolivian Ministry of Education, who sought his help in page_36 both child and adult literacy schemes. However, he had difficulty with the altitude of La Paz (twelve thousand feet above sea level), fainting when he arrived.

Let us see how he worked in the cultural circles. Literacy and Conscientization In the various literacy programs directed by Paulo Freire, the alphabetizer began his work in the field with a notebook, and, if possible, a tape recorder, paying attention to all he saw and read. He mixed with people from the local community as closely as possible. There were no questionnaires or scripts to follow: he asked questions about people's lives and their way of looking at the world. The objective was to make up a list of the words used by the people who would be alphabetized.

After his period in prison, Paulo Freire thought that in such a period of extremes and irrationality, it would be very risky to stay in the country. He said: "I have no vocation to be a hero. " 4 Tired of being under rigorous supervision and being called to answer questions and seeing that he wasn't able to do the only thing he could do, and preferring to remain alive instead of giving himself up to a slow death, he opted for exile. Exile in Chile At that time, the Bolivian Embassy was the only one which welcomed him.

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