Did you miss this year's regional U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy? ProLiteracy has generously made the resources from May's conference available online. Simply go to the Workshops section of the page, and click on the workshop that interests you. Workshop topics from the conference included preparing low level readers for the GED test, teaching comprehension strategies, and contextualized instruction.
ProLiteracy has also made their video from the Preparing Low Level Learners for the GED Test workshop available online. Watch it below!
It may seem crazy to be thinking about 2014 right now, but learners preparing to take the GED already are. In January 2014, a new version of the GED test will be released and will include some major changes. Most notably, the new test will be administered solely on computers and will include new technology-enhanced question types. Learners will need to be able to scroll down a page, drag-and-drop answers to a graph or chart, navigate between tabs to read passages, type two short answers and two extended responses, copy and paste from passages into typed response areas, and select answers or symbols from a drop-down menu. If your learner does ...
The regional U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy is coming to Nashville on May 2-3, 2013! We are honored to be hosting this year’s conference in conjunction with the Tennessee Literacy Coalition.
Workshop topics include:
Preparing Low Level Learners for the GED Test
Speaking to Groups (Adult Learner Workshop)*
Teaching Adults to Read: Components of Reading
*Note: The adult learner workshop is FREE. Please encourage your learner to attend!
Find more information and a full schedule of events here.