Curriculum

Aboriginal literacy and essential skills pilot project: Food safety and indigenous meal preparation on Vancouver Island (2013)

This curriculum is designed for use by adult learners, working with or without a tutor. It is aimed at people who want to safely prepare food for themselves and their families; find local food sources and promote traditional food harvesting; work in the food industry; or go on to take a course leading to a certificate in food safety.

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2014-01-23

Personal Management Skills – Instructional Resource (2012)

This document is part of the “Career – Life – Work” series produced by the NWT Literacy Council. The series consists of four instructor’s manuals and six workbooks, covering a wide range of topics.

This manual focuses on personal development and reflection, offering learners the opportunity to think about their own lives and to relate personal experiences to the working world.

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2013-12-02

Chart Aligning the Curriculum to the OALCF – Retail (2013)

This chart is part of a curriculum developed to help learners upgrade their skills to prepare for entry-level jobs in retail. It is part of a program called Bridging the Employment Gap, developed by the Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network (SMLN) in Ontario.

The program includes a series of occupational-related curriculum manuals. Other manuals in the series are entitled Clerical, Janitorial, Kitchen Help, Retail, and Ready for Work.

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2013-09-18

Chart Aligning the Curriculum to the OALCF – Ready For Work (2013)

Developed by the Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network (SMLN) in Ontario, the Bridging the Employment Gap program consists of a series of occupation-related curricula, designed to help learners upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills within the context of an entry-level occupation. There are six manuals in the series: Clerical, Grounds Maintenance, Janitorial, Kitchen Help, Retail, and Ready for Work.

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2013-09-11

Chart Aligning the Curriculum to the OALCF – Kitchen Help (2013)

This chart is part of a curriculum developed to help learners upgrade their skills in preparation for entry-level jobs as kitchen helpers.

It is part of a program called Bridging the Employment Gap, developed by the Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network (SMLN) in Ontario, which includes a series of occupation-related curriculum manuals. Other manuals in the series focus on clerical, janitorial, retail, and readiness for work.

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2013-09-04

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

Chart Aligning the Curriculum to the OALCF – Janitorial (2013)

Developed by the Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network (SMLN) in Ontario, the Bridging the Employment Gap program consists of a series of occupation-related curricula, designed to help learners upgrade their literacy, numeracy and other essential skills within the context of an entry-level occupation. There are six manuals in the series: Clerical, Grounds Maintenance, Janitorial, Kitchen Help, Retail, and Ready for Work.

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2013-08-30

Chart Aligning the Curriculum to the OALCF – Grounds Maintenance (2013)

This chart is part of a curriculum developed to help learners upgrade their skills to prepare for entry-level jobs in grounds maintenance. It is part of a program called Bridging the Employment Gap, developed by the Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network (SMLN) in Ontario.

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2013-08-20

Chart Aligning the Curriculum to the OALCF – Clerical (2013)

This chart is one component of the Bridging the Employment Gap program, developed by the Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network (SMLN) in Ontario.

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2013-08-15

Video Projects Across the Curriculum (2012)

This document is part of a series on video in the classroom.

Here, the authors discuss ways that video projects can be used in language arts, math, science, social studies, and health. For instance, in language arts, students could create a short video newscast of school or community events, or write a critique of a video production.

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2013-07-23

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