Objectives: In this unit you will
- Learn about informal and formal assessments
- Practice setting long-term and short-term goals
- Analyze the components of and practice creating a lesson plan
- Design your first meeting with your student
- Recognize the importance of record keeping and the role of the organization in your tutoring
In the first three units, you examined the characteristics of the adult learner and studied the steps in teaching reading and writing to your adult student. In this session, you will start thinking about getting ready to meet your student. You will also be introduced to the tools you will need to help her reach her literacy goals, measure her progress, and report your tutoring activities to your program coordinator.
Contact your local adult literacy
program coordinator and find out about:
- Your tutoring responsibilities and tutor job description
- How soon you can expect to be matched with a student.
- What kinds of staff support you will receive
- How you are expected to report on your student's progress
- The reporting and assessment forms you will be required to use
- How often you must submit these forms
Click here to download a PDF checklist that will help you keep track of your progress through this unit. You may save the document in your files. It will not save in this blog.