This interactive website from the Adult Media Literacy Alliance will help improve reading skills by providing strategies for "Reading between the lines," making predictions, and identifying main ideas. Examples and activities give clear explanations and immediate feedback. courtesy of netTrekker
Strategies for Better Reading This interactive Website from the Adult Media Literacy Alliance will help users improve their reading skills by providing strategies for "reading between the lines," making predictions, and identifying main ideas. Examples and activities give clear explanations and immediate
Bookshare Benetech is announcing a new online instructional literacy program for adolescent and adult beginning readers, Route 66. Route 66 is based on research proven pedagogical methods and pairs beginning readers side by side with literate teacher tutors who guide
Tip: Adults as learners are different from children. If you are a K-12 teacher and have ever taught a workshop for your colleagues, you know what I mean. You will be more successful if you consider the following. Adults: Some of the ideas I've come up with include: Usually come to the session wanting to
Media Literacy How much do you really know about media and your students? Take this PBS quiz designed for adults and, when done, click on the link that provides full explanations of each answer. Then, using your browser's 'back' button, return to the "test" page and find the very bottom link.
Children's and Young Adults' Authors and Illustrators This meta-site provides an impressive collection of links to children's and young adults' authors/illustrators. Included are author birthdays, author/illustrator appearances, online interviews, a name pronunciation guide, biographies, bibliographies