Children

Sick But Not Scared (1996)

A Children's Health Book to Reduce Their Fears of Illness and Disease , Revised Edition

Recommended for children under the age of 9 and written in words, language and illustrations that they can understand, this book contains brief and concise 'overviews' of numerous afflictions and illnesses.

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1996-01-01

Readers' Magazine (1996)

This is the on-line edition of Readers` Magazine, developed for the children and parents of the elementary schools in Medicine Hat, by the Family Literacy Action Group (F.L.A.G.).

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1996-01-01

Assessment and Evaluation Strategies in Family Literacy Program Development (1996)

This guide is the result of the shared experiences over a two year period of four community based literacy programs which implemented and reviewed a variety of assessment procedures for family literacy evaluation.

This practical and informative resource guide for literacy practitioners was prepared for the National Literacy Secretariat and the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board.

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1996-01-01

Book Bag Project (N.D.)

Book Bag Kit

The Book Bag Project was developed by the Cape Breton Literacy Network to help adult learners achieve the goal of being able to confidently read to children

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1990-01-01

What Do Kids Think Adults Are Made Of? (1996)

An adult learner from Prospect Literacy Association in Alberta recalls a babysitting experience.

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1990-01-01

The Great Rescue (1995)

An adult learner from Prospect Literacy Association in Alberta describes the experience of briefly losing her child. An audio version of the story is included

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1990-01-01

The Adventure of Tigger and Bageera #1 (1995)

An adult learner from Prospect Literacy Association in Alberta tells of the first meeting of a male and a female cat. An audio version of the story is included.

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1990-01-01

The Relationship between Locus of Control and Academic Level and Sex of Secondary School Students (1985)

The purpose of this study was to determine whether locus of control, academic program, and sex of grade 9 secondary school students are related. As expected, students in the advanced level program were more internally controlled than either general or basic level students. As well, advanced level students were more internally responsible for their intellectual-academic failures than general level students.

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1990-01-01

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