History

A Review of the State of the Field of Adult Learning (2006)

E-Learning

This study, funded by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL), is one of a series of reports on the state adult learning in Canada. It based on the review and analysis of information from databases, bibliographies, websites, and publications.

Get resource
Added: 
2009-07-06

Storytelling (1998)

A Foundational Pillar of Literacy

Stories fill every comer of our lives. They come to us unsolicited as we overhear a conversation on the bus, and shock us as we listen to the evening news. We surround our children with stories, reading storybooks to them and encouraging them to read good literature, in the hope that they will visit-in their imagination-a world beyond ours.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2006-05-24

To Every Work a Season: Adapting to Change (1998)

Volume 3

This is the third in the series, Working Lives, four volumes designed to provide relevant and engaging literacy materials that speak directly to the concerns and interests of adult learners. All essays in each volume are accompanied by questions for discussion and, where necessary, word lists and follow-up notes and activities.

Get resource
Added: 
2005-06-13

Seven Pioneering Adult Literacy Educators in the History of Teaching Reading With Adults in the United States (2005)

This paper discusses the following seven adult literacy education pioneers in the United States: Harriet A. Jacobs, Cora Wilson Stewart, J. Duncan Spaeth, Frank C. Laubach, Paul A. Witty, Francis P. Robinson, and Septima Poinsette Clark.

Get resource
Added: 
2005-03-29

Union Maid History (1986)

Women's Education des femmes, Winter 1986 - Vol. 5, No. 2

At the time this article was written, the author taught courses in Canadian labour history and the history of Canadian and British Columbian working women, at Capilano College in British Columbia.

In the article, she discusses the history of working class women and labour studies. She also offers advice on developing curriculum to teach women's labour history.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2004-09-02

William Pender - The Story of a Cooper (1996)

Book 10

This essay is the tenth 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.

Authors: 
Get resource
Added: 
2004-08-23

The Struggle for Work in the Great Depression (1996)

Book 8

This essay is the eighth 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.

Get resource
Added: 
2004-08-23

Desperate Measures - The Great Depression in Newfoundland and Labrador (1996)

Book 4

This essay is the fourth 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.

Get resource
Added: 
2004-08-23

Timelines of Newfoundland and Labrador (1996)

Book 1

This essay is the first 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.

Get resource
Added: 
2004-08-23

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.

Get resource
Added: 
2004-08-23

Pages

© 2022 Copian Library