How do we teach adults to read and write therefore improving their life chances?

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University of Glasgow School of Education
St. Andrews Building, Room 432
11 Eldon Street
Glasgow G12 8QQ
United Kingdom
Tuesday, 31 March, 2015 - 14:00

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This hands-on seminar will be delivered by City of Glasgow College Adult Literacy and Community Senior Lecturer, Diane Gardner who will highlight how a synthetic phonics based reading and writing scheme can help native English speaking adults and those from an ESOL background learn to read.

City of Glasgow College are now in partnership with BBC Learning’s Skillswise to further develop phonics as a learning tool by creating suitable and relevant resources to help reduce the number of those who cannot read or write in the UK today.

3.6 % of Scots face serious challenges in their literacies practices. (SSAL 2009)

Diane Gardner, City of Glasgow College Adult Literacy and Community Senior Lecturer

How do we teach adults to read and write therefore improving their life chances?

March 31,14:00-15:30 at the University of Glasgow, St Andrew's Building, Room 432

To confirm your place please email cradall@glasgow.ac.uk

 

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