ERIC Number: ED348892
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Literacy Works, Volume 2, Number 1-2, 1991.
Craig, Hilary, Ed.; And Others
Literacy Works, v2 n1-2 1991
The two issues of the 1991 volume of "Literacy Works," a publication of the Saskatchewan Literacy Network, cover two themes: "Literacy and Health" (spring issue) and "Focus on the Learner" (summer issue). The spring issue includes the following articles: "Just Read the Label and Follow the Directions" (A. Harris); "Literacy and Health Project--Phase II: Partners in Practice" (L. Kemeny); "Graded-Language Newspapers to Address AIDS" (J. Bullard); "Evaluating and Developing Readable Materials" (M. Breen); "Popular Education Health Classes for Immigrants" (C. Ellis); "Illiteracy and Health of Indian People" (M. M. Jacobs); "Developing Health Materials in Pine Grove" (S. Skage); "Learning for a Healthier Future" (L. Pemik); "Pre-Release Health Care Program" (K. Soyland); "Hospital Workers' Literacy Program" (D. Heagy); "Literacy in the Health Care Professions" (E. Gillies). The summer issue includes: "Literacy for Adults with Learning Disabilities" (D. Purton); "Developing Literacy Skills for University Level Work" (P. Buckley); "Theatre and Literacy at Lakeland College" (K. Brennan); "Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome--What Is It?" (B. D. Butt); "'Farming: Words to Live By'--The Production Process" (G. Wilson); "SIAST Kelsey Drop-in Centre" (T. Jelinski); "Workers' Learning Circles" (H. Johnson); "'Remembering Grandmother,''Remembering Grandfather'" (J. F. Juarez); "Beat the Street" (B. Crowe); "A Baker's Dozen" (M. Terry); "Peer Tutoring: A Correctional Centre Success Story" (J. Foster); "Adult Second Language Learners" (F. Harrison); "Public Legal Education and Literacy" (G. Dumonceaux); "Children, Reading, and Way of Life" (B. Kutarna); and "Resources for Adult Literacy" (P. Smith). Book reviews and various other resource news are included in each issue. (LB) (Adjunct ERIC Clearinghouse on Literacy Education)
Descriptors: Adult Literacy, Children, Correctional Education, Foreign Countries, Health Materials, Health Promotion, Immigrants, Learning Disabilities, Literacy Education, Peer Teaching, Theater Arts
Saskatchewan Literacy Network, P.O. Box 1520, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 3R5, Canada (subscription, four issues, $10).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan Literacy Network, Saskatoon.
Identifiers - Location: Canada