Family education

That's the Way I Like It (2005)

This book is intended for adults who already have acquired the reading skills and knowledge of a beginning and mid-stage one learner.

This book has four chapters:

Chapter 1 - The Mudd Family
Chapter 2 - A Big Problem
Chapter 3 - A Family Meeting
Chapter 4 - That's the Way I Like it!

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2005-11-30

Voice Like An Angel (2005)

This book is intended for adults who already have acquired the reading skills and knowledge of a beginning and mid-stage one learner.

This book has five chapter, they include:

Chapter 1 - The Smith Family
Chapter 2 - Time for School
Chapter 3 - First Words
Chapter 4 - Open House
Chapter 5 - "Bluebirds"

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2005-11-30

Ready...Set, Read! (1999)

A Guide to Running Family Literacy Nights

This guide describes a family literacy program developed at Spruceland Elementary School in Prince George, British Columbia. In the program, the students and their families were invited to three evening meetings and organized activities at the school.

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2005-07-29

On the Right Track - Building Community Capacity for Family Literacy (2004)

Evaluation of Family Literacy Programming in the NWT

This report looks individually at each literacy initiative in which the NWT Literacy Council was involved over a three-year period, namely:
1. Family Literacy Training Institutes
2. Community family literacy projects and outreach support for family literacy providers
3. The family learning kits.

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2004-11-16

How To Kit - "Get Caught Reading" & other Literacy Promotion Ideas (2004)

This How to Kit is intended to help groups or individuals promote literacy in a community. This kit includes:
- Information about why literacy is important to your community.
- Key literacy messages.
- Information on how to promote literacy and who you can work with in your community.
- Ideas for promoting literacy.

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2004-11-16

O Public Road...You Express Me Better Than I Can Express Myself (1996)

O Public Road... You Express Me Better
Than I Can Express Myself by Francis E. Kazemek is a story in the book Wayfering Journeys in Language, Learning and Culture, it is a collection of writings by ABE instructors and students in Newfoundland brought together for a ‘language awareness project', designed to explore attitudes, beliefs, and knowledge about language and the teaching of language.

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2004-06-07

A Language So Dear... (1996)

A Language So Dear... by Jeanette Winsor is a story in the book Wayfering Journeys in Language, Learning and Culture, it is a collection of writings by ABE instructors and students in Newfoundland brought together for a "language awareness project", designed to explore attitudes, beliefs, and knowledge about language and the teaching of language.

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2004-06-07

As An Educator, What Can I Do? (1992)

Women's Education des Femmes, Winter 1992-93 • vol.10 no.1

This article offers strategies to educators who are working with students from violent homes and abused women.

The article is written in English and is accompanied by a summary written in French.

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2004-02-11

How To Kit - Culture and Traditions (2004)

Children learn their culture by taking part in traditional activities within the family and in the community, and by learning the language that represents that culture. Building your family literacy activities around your culture and traditions and using your Aboriginal language as often as you can will give your child a strong foundation for learning.

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2004-01-01

How To Kit - Storytime on the Radio (2003)

This document provides instructions, posters, invitations, etc. needed to organize, advertise, and hold a “storytime on the radio”. Reading on the community radio can be a fun way to reach out to more people in the community and promote family literacy.

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2003-10-07

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