Small Talk: A Resource Guide for Small Groups in Community Literacy Agencies (2000)

While many community literacy organizations are based on one-to-one tutoring, some also offer training for small groups of learners. An organization might use the group approach because of a shortage of volunteers or because some learners progress faster in a group.

In this manual, the author provides a reference for literacy practitioners who work with small groups. The author notes that incorporating small groups into a program doesn’t mean abandoning the traditional one-to-one tutoring relationship because small group instruction can be used as an alternative or a supplement to individual instruction.

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Vicki Trottier. Small Talk: A Resource Guide for Small Groups in Community Literacy Agencies 2000. Web. 22 Apr. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/clo/smalltalk/smalltalk.pdf>
Vicki Trottier (2000). Small Talk: A Resource Guide for Small Groups in Community Literacy Agencies. Retrieved April 22, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/clo/smalltalk/smalltalk.pdf
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