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1. ABE Enrichment - Learner Activities 1 & 2 (2006)

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Series: 2006 Census ABE/Literacy Kit

Authors: Statistics Canada, Statistique Canada

ABE Enrichment LEARNER ACTIVITY 1:
Questions and Answers about the Census of Canada
Details on census collection
1.1 Help is available
1.2 Everyone is included
1.3 Kids count too
1.4 How to get a census form
1.5 Every dwelling counts
1.6 What are statistics?

ABE Enrichment LEARNER ACTIVITY 2:
Reading Numbers, Tables and Bar Graphs
Basic tools for using and understanding data
2.1 What the census tells us
2.2 Reading large numbers
2.3 Comparing populations listed on a table
2.4 Identifying Canada's provinces and territories
2.5 The parts of a table of data
2.6 Reading results from a table of data
2.7 Reading a bar graph
2.8 Constructing a graph using data in a table

Added: 2006-04-07

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2. ABE Instructor's Guide (2006)

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Series: 2006 Census ABE/Literacy Kit

Authors: Statistics Canada, Statistique Canada

The ABE Enrichment Instructor's Guide provides information for instructors working with adult learners, particularly Adult Basic Education (ABE) and ESL (English as a Second Language) learners. The information was developed to complement information in the
ABE Instructor's Guide and ABE Learner Handbook.

Added: 2006-04-07

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3. ABE Learner Handbook (2006)

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Series: 2006 Census ABE/Literacy Kit

Authors: Statistics Canada, Statistique Canada

This ABE Learner Handbook is part of the 2006 Census ABE/Literacy Kit.

It has information regarding the 2006 Census, such as:
- What is a Census?
- Why do we have a Census?
- How does it work?
- What questions will be on the questionnaire?

Added: 2006-04-07

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4. Academic Studies Math - Fractions: Part 1 - An Introduction to Fractions for the Adult Learner (1999)

Academic Studies Math - Fractions: Part 1 - An Introduction to Fractions for the Adult Learner

Support Materials and Exercises

Series: Curriculum Project - Math

Authors: New Brunswick Community College

This is an introduction to fractions for the adult learner. It contains support materials and exercises.

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Added: 2005-11-01

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5. Academic Studies Math - Fractions: Part 3 - The Multiplication and Division of Fractions (1999)

Academic Studies Math - Fractions: Part 3 - The Multiplication and Division of Fractions

Support Materials and Exercises

Series: Curriculum Project - Math

Authors: New Brunswick Community College

This manual deals with the multiplication and division of fractions. It also includes support materials and exercises.

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Added: 2005-11-01

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6. Around the Home (2008)

Around the Home

QLWG Essential Life Skills - Unit 2

Series: QLWG Skills for Life Series

Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that all learners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, the units in this publication have been divided by Essential Life Skills and Individual Life Skills.

Essential Life Skills are important for everyone, while Individual Life Skills address the needs and interests of different learners. Once learners have completed the “Essential” units, they may choose a unit that is applicable to their interests and lifestyle.

Added: 2009-09-17

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7. AWAL Guide (2006)

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Handbook For Facilitators

Authors: Wendy Magahay

The AWAL Guide: Handbook for Facilitators is essentially “AWAL in a box.” The background information, suggestions, and resources collected here are intended to provide you with the tools and support you need to understand, plan for, deliver, and benefit from an AWAL Workshop for your organization.

AWAL (Applications of Working and Learning) is a valuable and effective program that can result in strong benefits for both faculty development and curriculum resource development. Through meeting with and learning from employers and employees, AWAL provides a means for educators to incorporate into their own teaching practice an emphasis on the skills that Canadian workplaces have identified as essential.

However, AWAL is not intended to provide a complete examination of a job, and certainly not of the people who do those jobs.

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  • HRSDC

Added: 2006-08-04

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8. Bob and Paul (2003)

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Series: Pushed Through and Second Chances: Stories About the Right to Read - Screen Play Adaptations

Authors: Glen Rockwood, Ed Kavanagh

This is one of four stories adapted from a screenplay, the others are entitled:

- Roger's Story
- Margaret's Story
- Pushthrough

Added: 2006-05-30

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9. Books in the Home - Introduction & Session 1 (2006)

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Series: Books in the Home Program

Authors: NWT Literacy Council

The NWT Books in the Home program is similar to other programs used widely in Canada. It is based on the belief that parents are children's first and most important teachers. Parents learn to read and share books with their children in positive and enjoyable ways. It promotes reading and writing of both parents and children.

Children need to read, write, talk and listen to become literate. They also need to have fun and share their ideas with their parents. Parents who have gone through this program have noticed a remarkable change in their relationship with their children.

Added: 2006-07-24

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10. Books in the Home - Overview (2006)

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Series: Books in the Home Program

Authors: NWT Literacy Council

Books in the Home is a program used widely in Canada. The program is based on the belief that parents are children's first and most important teachers. In this program, parents learn to read and share books with their children in positive and enjoyable ways. The program promotes reading and writing of both parents and children.

This manual has been written to give an overview of the program to assist community groups who are interested in organizing and delivering a Books in the Home program in their community.

As part of the program, each week participants will:
•Discuss literacy activities that we can do with our children
•Read a new book and do a related craft
•Do journal writing
•Spend time reading with our children, and
•Take home a new book

Added: 2006-07-25

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