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Teaching Adults to Listen and Speak to Communicate: Using the Learning Progressions


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Last updated 21 November 2016 20:02 by NZTecAdmin

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Teaching Adults to Listen and Speak to Communicate: Using the Learning Progressions is part of a set of resources developed to support the teaching of literacy and numeracy for adult learners. This resource is accompanied by 12 audio files which can be used:

  • as resources for activities
  • for assessing listening skills
  • as examples for mapping

For further information, see Teaching Adults to Listen and Speak to Communicate: Using the Learning Progressions (Appendices D, F, G, and page 6).

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