Literacy Basics - Community Literacy of Ontario

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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

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Introduction

Learning incorporates a number of skills and activities such as: questioning, interpreting, analyzing, processing and using information, applying new knowledge to situations, integrating current experiences with past experiences. All of this can lead to many challenges for instructors and tutors when working with adult literacy students.

This module is designed to be an introduction to instructional strategies and to the development of activities that will help you meet these learning challenges. It also provides valuable strategies, tools and resources, including the Ontario Literacy and Basics Skills (LBS) levels for each of the learning domains.

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CLO gratefully acknowledges the financial support provided by the Ontario Government under Employment Ontario and the Office of Literacy and Essential Skills (OLES) and the technical support provided by the National Adult Literacy Database in developing this web site.

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