Learning kits

How To Kit: Northwest Territories General Election (2011)

This learning kit has been prepared specifically for the Northwest Territories general election scheduled for October 3, 2011. However, it contains a great deal of information that is relevant to the electoral process in general.

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2011-08-30

How To Kit - Elections 2011 (2011)

The authors of this kit note that while elections can be intimidating for a learner who is not familiar with the process, they also offer a great opportunity to build literacy skills.

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2011-04-19

How-to-Kit - Science Fun (2008)

Science is a fun way to introduce pre‐schoolers to the world around them. Science activities allow children to ask questions, expand their vocabulary, use their five senses to explore different things, and most of all, have fun while learning. This How‐to‐Kit provides an opportunity to engage families in developing positive attitudes towards science. The activities are easy, fun and hands‐on.

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2009-01-15

How To Kit - Election 2008 (2008)

Literacy instructors can use this election how-to resource, developed by the Northwest Literacy Council, to teach their students about the election process. Elections come with their own vocabulary, jargon and challenges. They can be intimidating to a learner who is not familiar with the process, but elections are also a great opportunity to build literacy skills.

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2008-09-24

How To Kit - Northwest Territories General Election (2003)

Elections come with their own vocabulary, jargon and challenges. They can be intimidating for learners who are not familiar with the process. This Election How to Kit includes literacy activities that instructors can do with adult learners to help them learn about the election process.

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2008-02-20

Learner Voting Guide (2005)

A federal election campaign is under way in Canada.
The date is set for Monday, January 23, 2006. Election time is an important time to tell politicians and other voters how you feel about literacy, adult education and other important issues.

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2006-01-16

How to Kit - Making Talking Books (2004)

This How to Kit contains instructions on how to make a talking book using Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint.

Talking books are a great literacy activity. They are made on the computer using programs to add text, pictures and sound and can be used with all levels, from children to adult learners. Talking books are effective as an individual or small group activity, as well as a classroom activity or a community workshop.

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2004-11-23

A Tool Kit (2001)

Decision Making Tools for Literacy Networks in Nova Scotia

The tools provided in this document are intended to serve as a basis for Networks to determine whether their programs meet the literacy and upgrading needs of adult Nova Scotians. Most importantly, the actual process of using the tool-kit will result in a critical reflection on all aspects of program practice.

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2004-02-25
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