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ERIC Number: ED317764
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 265
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-9595408-7-3
Literacy for Living Conference Papers. Australian Council for Adult Literacy National Conference (12th, Brisbane, Australia, 1988).
Norton, Marian, Ed.
This document contains 43 papers on many aspects of adult literacy: "Literacy, Human Rights and Equality of Opportunity" (Einfeld); "Overcoming Illiteracy" (Marquet); "The Literacy Issue" (Crocker); "Literacy and Civil Liberties" (O'Gorman); "Designing a Tutor Training Program for Tutors of ESL" (Bowyer); "Catch the Spirit" (Stephens); "Reading, Writing, and Problem Solving" (Thiering); "Making the Band Aids Stick" (Bentley); "Two Minutes from Experiences of Literacy Campaign in Thailand" (Kaewsaiha); "Beghilos and the Pig Problem" (Hawke); "Issues in Adult Literacy" (Kindler); "Training Tutors for Adult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Literacy/Numeracy Students" (Lewis); "Alice and the Magic Mushroom or an Adult Literacy Organiser in Townsville" (Barclay); "Overcoming Disabilities" (Hoskisson, Eden); "Positive Factors of Participation for Women in Prison Literacy Programs" (Cassidy, Sim); "The Effect of Language Analysis on Teaching in Adult Literacy" (Evans); "Adult Basic Education--Its Role in the Reeducation of Brain Injured People" (Curtis); "Teaching Reading in Adult Basic Education Content Areas" (Johnson); "Literacy Programs for Deaf Adults" (Boardman); "Recognising, Responding, Remedying--The Three 'Rs' Library and Information Services" (Moon); "The Advantages of the Computer in Teaching Adult Literacy" (Howie); "Potential Unexploited: Public Libraries and Adult Literacy" (Cram); "Innovative Methods Equal Successful Results" (Brozie); "Training Tutors" (Dundas, Strong); "What Can I Read?" (Treloar); "The Use of an Informal Preliminary Interview in Developing Individual Literacy Programs for Adults with Disabilities" (Watson); "Writing Is for Everyone" (Treloar); "Barriers to Participation in Prison Literacy Programmes" (Black); "Literacy Funding" (Haughton, Hurley); "Hello? Hello? Hello? Using Interactive Communication Technologies to Improve Literacy" (Lundin); "Students in Access Classes" (Cornish); "They Can Read--Try Another Way" (Rock, Whales, Russell); "Managing the Comprehension Gap with Health Instructions" (Doak, Doak); "Literacy and Numeracy Provision for Mildly Intellectually Disabled Adults" (Learmont); "Interactive Reading" (Strempel); "'Hey, Miss, I Can't Read These Notes'" (Greenland); "Accelerative Learning" (Strempel); "The Language of Mathematics" (Tout); "Curriculum Processes for Adult Migrant Literacy Materials" (Burton); "Doing Case Study Research" (Grant, Treloar); "Will National Core Curriculum Courses Produce Apprentices Who Cannot Read?" (Hope); "Libraries and Literacy" (Reid); and "Communication Skills for Hearing Impaired Young Adults" (Calver). (KC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Australian Council for Adult Literacy, Victoria.
Identifiers - Location: Australia