This work offers guidelines for curriculum design and teaching approaches for adult education programmes that are broader and more interactive than many existing programmes for undereducated adults. The authors describe ways in which classes can be organized and lessons developed around the specific needs and interests of adult learners rather than around pre-packaged materials.While passing the tests is a powerful incentive, it is an extrinsic reward. Learners in a Ged program need to feel capable and challenged; teachers must ensure that the program meets this intrinsic need. ... lessons, one for each of the Ged areas: Literature and the Arts, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, and Writing.
|Title||:||The Complete Theory-to-practice Handbook of Adult Literacy|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Press - 1990|