Tacoma Community House in Washington State has agreed to share their excellent practical resource for pre-literate adult English learners, called Making it Real: Teaching Pre-literate Adult Refugee Students.
While it doesn’t focus solely on job readiness, there are many concepts and practical techniques you can easily adapt for your own use. The important differences between literate and non-literate learners at left is excerpted from the publication.
Tacoma Community House has an entire page full of useful and practical resources. You can find a complete list at their website.
Last week’s webinar highlight Job Readiness Class Models and Resources offered several great resources and field experience that will be highlighted in blog posts over the next several days.