Guy Ewing

Powerful Listening: A Practitioner Research Project on Story and Difference in Adult Literacy (2009)

This report describes a collaborative research project entitled "The Uses of Narrative in Adult Literacy Teaching and Learning." A team of nine community-based practitioners/researchers based in Toronto met monthly, from September 2007 to July 2008, to reflect on their practice and on themselves as practitioners through the lens of story and diversity.

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2010-05-14

What Doesn't Get Written Down (2000)

How Experienced Literacy Workers Move from the Generalities of Training Plans to the Specifics of Daily Practice

In 1999-2000, the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy conducted a project called Adapting for a New Environment. The purpose of this project was to try to relate existing knowledge about literacy work to the new requirements of the provincial Literacy and Basic Skills Section. Two sets of workshops were held.

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2006-07-11

Don't Talk to Me About Vowels (Excerpt) (2003)

A Resource Book on Sounding Out Words Based on the Experience of Community Literacy Programs In and Around Metro Toronto

The following chapters are excerpted from Don't Talk to Me About Vowels, published by Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy in 1994, as part of the Sounding Out Words Project. This book examines how phonics work is done in community-based literacy programs.

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2006-05-09

The Reason I Joined this Program (1998)

Creating a Database of Learner Goals for Program Planning

This report helps you create a database of learner goals for program planning. It describes a project undertaken in North York to survey learners about their reasons for attending literacy programs. The data was entered into a database, where it was examined and grouped according to various criteria. The findings are presented, along with the complete texts of the learner's goal statements.

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