Political education

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

I Can Vote! A user-friendly guide to voting in Canada (2008)

Revised and augmented edition

The goal of this guide, an updated version of an earlier document, is to make the electoral process more accessible to all Canadians.

The guide is divided into three sections: definitions of terms related to elections and voting; the electoral process; and step-by-step instructions on what to do on election day.

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2011-03-15

The PEI Literacy Alliance Guide to Provincial Elections (2009)

This document explains why it is important to vote in a provincial election; who has the right to vote; how the list of voters is compiled; and where to go to vote. It includes a sample ballot and instructions on how to mark it.

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2009-11-05

Reading the Future (2008)

Planning to Meet Canada's Future Literacy Needs

This report by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) is a follow-up to the Council's 2007 State of Learning in Canada report, which discussed the findings of the International Adult Literacy Survey. In this report, the Council addresses some of the key issues identified in the State of Learning report, such as the social and economic barriers behind Canada's literacy rates and potential barriers to learning.

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2008-06-12

Learning People: An Older Woman's Education Through Activism (1990)

Women's Education des femmes, Autumn 1990 - Vol. 8, No. 2

The author, born in 1913 and a former daycare worker, spent many years working in women's organizations and in the New Democratic Party. She tells the story of the development of her interest and involvement in politics after she “…became an older woman in the late sixties”.

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2004-08-25

Political Correctness (or, How to fish and cut bait) (1993)

Women's Education des femmes, Spring 1993 - Vol. 10, No. 2

In this article, the author, a language researcher, explores the term “political correctness”.

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2004-07-30

How To Kit - Election (2003)

This Election How to Kit includes literacy activities that you can do with adult learners around election time. There are suggestions for activities that will inform learners, help learners realize that their voice and vote count, develop vocabulary used in elections and encourage learners to take an active role in the upcoming election.

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2004-02-02

Exploring Our Homeland - Social Studies (2000)

This material was compiled by Labrador White Bear Literacy Office and Learning Centres. There are two workbooks - Social Studies and Stories. Through both of these, you will learn about the spectacular scenery, fresh air and clear water, a province so rich in wildlife, history and adventure. With the Social Studies Workbook, you will have a better understanding of the history and cultural aspects of life in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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2003-08-19

Voters and Vendors (2002)

A Political Science and Economics Manual

Voters and Vendors was created with hopes that it will give learners a better understanding of the direct link between political science, economics, and their lives.

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2003-02-18

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