Centre for Family Literacy

Dollars & $ense: Financial Literacy Course Curriculum Manual (2010)

This curriculum manual is aimed at facilitators of financial literacy courses. It includes four levels of instruction: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and English language learner (ELL).

The beginner level is intended for adults with very low literacy skills, and focuses on basic math skills. Handouts are in larger print and written in clear language.

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2013-08-30

Family Literacy Programs in Alberta: Literacy Develops in Families First (2009)

This purpose of document, compiled by the Edmonton-based Centre for Family Literacy, is to provide as comprehensive a listing as possible of family literacy programs operating in communities across Alberta. It includes information on the programs funded through Alberta Advanced Education and Technology’s Parent-Child Literacy Strategy, as well as programs funded through other sources.

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2011-01-27

Play for Literacy: Celebrating January 27, 2011, Family Literacy Day (2011)

The authors of this document encourage families to become aware of the literacy opportunities surrounding them in everyday life. For instance, they point out that children playing “let’s pretend” are building their vocabulary, developing language skills, and learning how to tell a story.

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2011-01-25
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