East End Literacy Press

In My Own Words (2002)

Graduation 2002 Yearbook

This Yearbook contains many stories, articles and poems written by the students at East End Literacy (EEL) during their graduation year 2001-2002. By improving, and in many cases, excelling in areas such as reading and writing, speaking and listening, technology and numeracy skills, the students at EEL have proven that community counts.

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2002-12-30

The Writer's Voice Archive (1989)

A collection of newsletter-style books from East End Literacy. Each issue contains stories written by learners and stories about learners, along with puzzles and recipes.

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2001-08-01

Literacy and the Parent (1994)

A Project Report

This illustrated report describes East End Literacy`s family literacy programs and discusses the issues they raise. It is meant to provoke thought and discussion about family literacy. It is not meant to be a formula to be followed when creating other programs. We learned a lot from our project and we hope that this book will contribute to your thinking about family literacy.

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2001-08-01

Let's Get Together (1987)

This clearly written handbook on how adult learners can get involved in their literacy program is illustrated with photographs from East End Literacy`s programs.

There is a balance of graphics, photographs and white space. The large print makes the book accessible to learners. Lots of quotes from students who became active at East End Literacy give the book a very personal quality.

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2001-08-01

Eleventh Child (1986)

Eleventh Child is about a remarkable woman who first became a homemaker and then a newsmaker. Louise Tunstead shares her family album, and the ups and downs of growing up during the depression and war years and becoming a mother and a foster parent. Eventually, she and her husband become news as they take on politicians and property owners, and succeed in establishing a foster home in a residential neighbourhood.

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2001-08-01

I've Come a Long Way (1984)

Marguerite Godbout tells the moving story of her determination to overcome a physical disability. She describes her travels, her return to school, and her decision to live on her own.

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2001-08-01

This Is Not A Test: A Kit for New Readers (1990)

This self-evaluation kit for new readers includes a variety of checklists and exercises for adult learners as they assess their skills, goals, and move toward them.

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2001-08-01

Equity Across the Curriculum (1997)

At the beginning of 1993, East End Literacy in the Toronto area initiated an anti-discrimination change process. This process involved every level of the organization : the board of directors, staff and volunteers, and the programs and servives provided to more than 150 adults each year. As a result, East End Literacy has made significant progress in identifying existing barriers and making changes accordingly throughout the organization.

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2000-08-02

Getting Along (1985)

A Resource for Literacy and Homelessness Work for the Literacy and Homelessness Project This charmingly illustrated book is the candid account of Robert Collie's experiences in a sheltered workshop and his desire to lead an independent life.

Reading level - Grade 2/3

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1995-03-07

Raised Up Down South (1989)

Story from The New Start Reading Series
Lee recalls growing up as a sharecropper`s son during the 1930s. He speaks movingly of bigotry, his great grandmother`s love. and how he become a top-ranked Canadian boxer.

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1990-01-01

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