|COURSE NAME||Planning for Literacy Learning|
|In this course, the elements of planning in a learner-centred, goal-directed environment are used to develop long-range plans for learning in both one-to-one and classroom settings. For more information click on the title of the course.|
|Upon completion of this module participants should be able to plan literacy instruction that meets the learning needs of adult literacy learners.|
|REQUIRED TEXT||Planning For Literacy Learning. Marianne Paul and Lindsay Kennedy. Copyright ©: Algonquin College, Conestoga College, Project READ Literacy Network and Sault College, 2005.|
|48 Credit Hours|
|UNIT ONE: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Successful completion of this unit will enable the participant to understand his or her role and responsibilities, and the interaction between the educator and teh adult learner when planning for literacy instruction.
|UNIT TWO: PLANNING FOR INSTRUCTION
Successful completion of this unit will enable the participant to develop lesson plans and learning activities for groups and/or individuals that reflect and respect the learning goals and needs of adult literacy learners.
|UNIT THREE: LEARNING RESOURCES
Successful completion of this unit will enable the participant to identify, select, access and modify learning resources.
|UNIT FOUR: WORKING WITH GROUPS
Successful completion of this unit will enable the participant to use a group setting to deliver instruction to learners.
|UNIT FIVE: WORKING ONE-TO-ONE
Successful completion of this unit will enable the participant to plan for literacy learning within a one-to-one setting.
|ASSIGNMENTS & LEARNING ACTIVITIES|
|To successfully complete each unit of Planning for Literacy Learning you must participate in a number of learning activities and also complete and submit for evaluation a number of assignments. The value or weight assigned to each of these activities will be set by the course instructor. Also, the course facilitator or instructor and/or delivery agency may have additional requirements.|
|MODULE DEMONSTRATION ACTIVITY|
|In addition to the successful completion of the learning activities for each unit, this course requires you to complete a demonstration activity. The demonstration is the method by which you will show that you have met the overall course outcome. In other words, to show you have learned what you set out to learn as a participant in this course.|
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