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Reading Skills for Today's Adults

Reading Skills for Today's Adults
Marshall Adult EducationHOME | MISSION | SCOPE AND SEQUENCE | STAFF INFORMATION |SITE SCHEDULES | TECHNOLOGYWORKFORCE | BUSINESS CONNECTION | DIRECTORY | GRANTS | RESOURCES | STUDENT LESSONS 25 new Health and Wellness Stories have been posted These new health and wellness stories were funded by the National Head Start Family Literacy Center/Sonoma State University This project was designed to create leveled reading selections that are appropriate for and valued by adult learners. These materials, combined with the research-proven strategies of repeated reading and guided oral reading, aid in building learners' fluency and comprehension skills. The materials correspond to Casas 200 - 235. This project is funded in part through an EL/Civics Grant from the MN Dept. of Ed - ABE Division and mini-grant from the Minnesota Literacy Council. Your comments, questions and feedback are invited. FEEDBACK Have a question or comment?

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