Published June 1983
by Enoch Pratt Free Library .
Written in English
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LCMC Resources (shared with permission). AACLC wants to express its sincere appreciation to the Literacy Council of Montgomery County (LCMC) for generously sharing its tutor resources and training materials with us. They have a wealth of materials available online, including the following resources. Laubach Skill Book Activity Sheets which are geared to each lesson in your teacher’s manual. The Literacy Council of Frederick County teaches adults in Frederick County the reading and other English language skills they need to provide for their families and contribute to the well-being and prosperity of our community. The Literacy Council of Frederick County is . Annotated List of Family Literacy Interactive Websites Updated 3‐28‐11 8. Doing What Works Doing What Works (DWW) is a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The goal of DWW is to create an online library of resources that may help teachers. Book Condition: This item shows signs of wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and is a good working copy. All pages and cover are intact, but may have aesthetic issues such as small tears, bends, scratches, and scuffs. Spine may also show signs of s:
This website provides suggestions on how parents can find ways for their kids to have fun with literacy using these great tips, activities and resources. Pennsylvania Center for the Book To shape future readers, The Center for the Book has provided book lists, educational guides, lesson plans, and resources for families of young children and. The Literacy Resource Center also offers instructional books and videos for literacy and ESOL teachers and tutors. Tutors will find many helpful ideas for instruction, including blackline masters of worksheets for their learners. Additional Website Resources. The Adult ESL Training Video Project Series. Adult Literacy Tutoring – Resources in Print. Materials on this book list can be borrowed from one of the following locations: Halifax Public Library: Check out both the Adult Literacy Section and the ESL collections at local libraries. They are side by side on the shelves. Look for the adult literacy logo on. Demystifying Adult Literacy For Volunteer Tutors: A Reference Handbook and Resource Guideis a compilation of some of this background information gathered from a variety of different sources. Each section ends with a list of references from which the information is obtained.
The following is a list of FREE websites that can help you supplement or even plan your lessons – whether you’re working with an ABE (Adult Basic Education) student or an ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) student. Under no circumstances can our tutors solicit money, goods or services from their students. For additional information or to be added to the mailing list for the next tutor training session please email Susan Mulholland. Current Tutors. We will hold periodic Meet and Greets for the tutors to meet each other and the Literacy staff. Important. This revised edition, based on literacy programs in Michigan, was written to reflect changing trends in reading and literacy in a book that can be used to train volunteer tutors, as well as by tutors and students together in weekly sessions. The book is organized in eight sections. The first section differentiates literacy and reading and introduces the reading process. Staff instruction book by Enoch Pratt Free Library Sailor is a computer network of Maryland's libraries that allows access to scores of public databases as well as to the Internet, the world's network of networks. Literacy resources: an annotated check list for tutors and librarians by Jane-Carol Heiser.