Three thematic modules for learners that include a variety of level 1 and 2 activities:1. Essential Skills for Everyday Living2. Essential Skills for Health3. Essential Skills for Social Participation
The modules were developed to be delivered both face-to-face and online. The accompanying Practitioner Guide can be used with both the modes of delivery. The Practitioner Guide includes a Module Planning Template which can be used as a guide to develop thematic modules for literacy learners. It also includes a Certificate of Completion for learners, to recognize completion of each module.
The Diabetes Essential Skills Kit
The D.E.S.K. Essential Skills Profiles contains 15 profiles that reflect the tasks that individuals living with diabetes have to perform on a regular basis.
The four modules help to improve your Essential Skills including, reading, writing, document use, numeracy, thinking, working with others, oral communication, computer use, and continuous education. The four modules are:
A health and literacy program developed by the NWT Literacy Council. Units include:
The curriculum contains five modules:
This e-book is part of a series called Best of The Reader. The stories in the e-books are from The Westcoast Reader. It is a newspaper for adults who are improving their English reading skills.
The workbook contains activities for adult learners related to safety topics such as driving and fires.
The workbook contains activities for adult learners related health.
This resource contains sample tasks and activities that are adapted from the “Selected Assessment Tools”, provided by MTCU and other tools that are currently being used in the literacy field across Ontario. There is a separate section for each of the five OALCF goal paths.
Each goal path section includes:
a) Index of Activities
b) Key Development Skills Check List
c) Assessment activities for each competency, level and task group
d) Answer Guide
e) Resource List
This curriculum is designed to teach people how to set long and short-term personal and financial goals, create and work with a personal budget, identify how and when to use credit, save and invest, and understand the basics of banking services.
The plans are free of charge and there are additional resources on the website.
and Draft Framework informed the development of the “Foundations for Independence” pathway.
This ground breaking independence framework not only identified critical skills
needed for successful transition, it also fit within the overarching Learner
Skill Attainment framework.