Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if you are making a difference in the growth of your learner's skills. Are you helping? We have all had feelings of uncertainty.
Reading Horizons has provided a simple self-check that we can use to ensure that we are effective in our instruction.
Clear instruction and processes
Corrective (positive) feedback
Connections to reading and writing
Ask yourself: Are my instructions clear? Am I consistent? Do I give positive feedback? Am I helping my learner connect these skills to reading and writing in their daily lives?
Read the full post from Reading Horizons here.
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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.