Reading Series for Adult Learners The books in these series have different reading levels so you can choose the level that works best for you. They include reading passages and activities, such as: Finding the main idea Spelling and phonics practice Writing activities Vocabulary activities Challenger Adult Basic Education. Reading Series. studies Sally has reviewed concerning adult fluency and comprehension. NEW - Here is some research conducted by Celeste Mazur from Lincoln Adult Education Center in Minneapolis on working with the Reading Skills for Today's Adults program. Reading Fluency and Comprehension Study with Adult ESL Students (PDF File - K).
New Readers Press is a publishing division of ProLiteracy, the world's largest organization of adult basic education and literacy programs. For 40 years, we have been providing educators with the instructional tools they need to teach adult students and older teens the skills for functioning in the world today. In Book 2, students progress to the next reading level by reading nonfiction articles of interest to adults.. Book 3 continues with original fiction following the characters introduced in book 1. Again, each lesson beings with a phonics chart that reviews and reinforces basic decoding skills. In Book 4, students continue to build their skills through nonfiction passages; specialized vocabulary.
Basic adult education programs are non-degree programs that offer training for adults. Programs may prepare students to take the GED test, help them strengthen their reading levels, or provide. Teaching Adults Resources: Online teaching resources list from Literacy Works Chicago. Resources include Adult Learner Websites, Computer Skills and more. Reading – Evidence-Based Reading Instruction (EBRI) Adult Literacy Instruction: A Review of the Research – Adult Basic Education Disability Manual – From PANDA/Minnesota.
Adult Basic Education Career Connections. Fact Sheet: Adult Basic Education Career Connections PDF (88KB). Overview The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) awarded $75, to each of five local ABE sites to enhance efforts to provide postsecondary education and support services that help adults become employed in occupational sectors important to local economies. Adult Basic Education. Build the academic and critical thinking skills that empower adult learners to achieve their goals. Adeptly cover core academic skills and practices while teaching critical thinking skills and making it all relevant to the adult learner.
Reading GOALS uses all new test items that measure academic language and higher-order reading skills contained in the National Reporting System (NRS) Educational Functional Levels (EFLs). The series covers a balance of life skills and employment-related content of interest to adults. Reading GOALS is the newest reading series developed by CASAS. There are three distance learning programs: Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education and English as a Second Language. The Adult Basic Education program serves learners under a ninth grade reading level. Academic curriculum used for this program is Skills to Make Adults Ready to Succeed (SMART). Math SMART (grade level equivalent 4 – 6); Writing SMART (grade level.