Beginning readers

How Long do I Have to Wait? (1996)

Book 9

This essay is the ninth in the Newfoundland and Labrador Adult Basic Education Social History Series, developed to provide adult learners with meaningful literacy materials drawn from their own vibrant culture. The intended audience for the series is ABE Level 1 students. Because of the disparate subject matter, however, the essays are written in varying degrees of reading difficulty.

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2004-08-23

Learning About the Past (1996)

Book 3

This essay is the third in the Newfoundland and Labrador Adult Basic Education Social History Series, developed to provide adult learners with meaningful literacy materials drawn from their own vibrant culture. The intended audience for the series is ABE Level 1 students. Because of the disparate subject matter, however, the essays are written in varying degrees of reading difficulty.

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2004-08-23

Facing the New Economy (1996)

Book 2

This essay is the second in the Newfoundland and Labrador Adult Basic Education Social History Series, developed to provide adult learners with meaningful literacy materials drawn from their own vibrant culture. The intended audience for the series is ABE Level 1 students. Because of the disparate subject matter, however, the essays are written in varying degrees of reading difficulty.

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2004-08-23

Surviving in Rural Newfoundland (1996)

Book 7

This essay is the seventh in the Newfoundland and Labrador Adult Basic Education Social History Series, developed to provide adult learners with meaningful literacy materials drawn from their own vibrant culture. The intended audience for the series is ABE Level 1 students. Because of the disparate subject matter, however, the essays are written in varying degrees of reading difficulty.

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2004-08-23

Multicultural History (1996)

Book 6

This essay is the sixth in the Newfoundland and Labrador Adult Basic Education Social History Series, developed to provide adult learners with meaningful literacy materials drawn from their own vibrant culture. The intended audience for the series is ABE Level 1 students. Because of the disparate subject matter, however, the essays are written in varying degrees of reading difficulty.

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2004-08-23

Health and Hard Times (1996)

Book 5

This essay is the fifth in the Newfoundland and Labrador Adult Basic Education Social History Series, developed to provide adult learners with meaningful literacy materials drawn from their own vibrant culture. The intended audience for the series is ABE Level 1 students. Because of the disparate subject matter, however, the essays are written in varying degrees of reading difficulty.

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2004-08-23

Port Hawkesbury Looking Back... (2002)

Connecting Literacy and Community

This book is a project of the Port Hawkesbury Literacy Council which recognized the need for relevant adult learning material that was written for Level 1 and 2 learners in our CLI Adult Learning Program.

For more information : Port Hawkesbury Literacy Council, 218 MacSween Street, Unit 1, Port Hawkesbury, NS B9A 2J9, Tel. (902) 625-1599, Fax (902) 3868, Email : phlc@strait.ednet.ns.ca WWW : http://en.copian.ca/phlc.htm

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2003-08-18

Far Away But Close To Home - Stories (2001)

Local People Remember War And Peace

This is a series of readers for adult literacy tutors and learners. It is a collection of the experiences of veterans, war brides and civilians who lived through the Second World War, and the years that followed. The people are originally from, or are living in the Eastern Shore and Musquodoboit Valley area of Nova Scotia. Their stories have been adapted for the purposes of these publications.

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2002-12-23

Two Shipwrecks (2000)

The oral and written histories in Our Lives were printed as a set of ten booklets for distribution to literacy programs throughout Newfoundland and Labrador

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2002-09-26

Trappers' Memories (2000)

The oral and written histories in Our Lives were printed as a set of ten booklets for distribution to literacy programs throughout Newfoundland and Labrador

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2002-09-26

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