Things to Know
adult learning support – terms and conditions
All individual tuition support is negotiable and by-and-large dictated by your needs and whether I can meet your needs. There is no charge for the first meeting or appraisal.
A base-level, individual service is provided at $50 for 90 minutes and includes:
- one-on-one, face-to-face learning support
- a learning appraisal and identification of individual needs
- on-line, email, Skype learning support 24/7
- development and delivery of learning materials to suit your individual needs
The initial appraisal of your learning needs will identify if I can help you; if I cannot help you I will provide you with a list of possible suggestions about how you can access further support either from your existing educational institution or from others who may be able to provide you with the support you need.
Adult Literacy is not as complex as some people would suggest. But it is not easy either! Effort levels = Rewards, but learning smarter and responding to feedback, as well as learning to use your limited time more effectively will help. Having a guide, for at least art of your language journey, will provide you with opportunities that you may not have thought about on your own.
Support and Workplace Learning is crucial. Often, you may find yourself in a situation where the language demands become so difficult that you may not fully understand what is required of you. Being prepared to face those problems head on means that you will gain much more control over the uses of language in your workplace, as well as opening opportunities for advancement in your employment.
individual and small group literacy support for adult learners
Learn: written conventions, spelling, grammar, reading, speaking, listening, watching, writing and thinking skills
Active Participation: oral discussion, challenge your ideas, developing vocabulary,
Read: to obtain information, for pleasure, for academic focus, about important issues and current news articles, to your children daily and help them in school
Write: to achieve your goals and dreams, for business, for academia, to voice your opinions and concerns
Practice: pronunciation and reading comprehension, finding information about jobs, educational opportunities and and cultural activities