The first in the series titled Literacy and Learning, this is a collection of eight pieces of research undertaken by adult language, literacy and numeracy practitioners. Underlying the research are two principles: in learning about language and literacy, the researchers were also learning through language and literacy. The articles include:
How Do Power Relationships, within an Adult Literacy Initial Assessment for CES-Referred Clients, Influence the Assessment Discourse?
Which Agenda? The Dilemma for ALBE Program Planners
Institutional Language and Power: A Critical Analysis of Hospital Language
Does Educational Kinesiology Provide Cognitive Outcomes-and is it Accepted by Adult Literacy and Basic Education Students?
How Does the Government's Special Intervention Program for the Unemployed Differ from what Tutors Consider 'Best Practice' within Adult Literacy and Basic Education? A Philosophical Enquiry
What are the Critical Components of a Workplace Literacy Program in a Community and Health Setting?
How Can Language Reshape Mathematical Knowledge of the Adult Learner from the Informal to the Formal?
Diagrams and Text: report on Recent Research, 1994-1995
|Peppercorn Book Number: 800-0049|
|Publisher: Language Australia|
|Series: Literacy and Learning Series, No. 1|
|Place of Publication: Melbourne, Australia|
|Year of Publication: 1996|
|Size: 6.75 x 9.5 inches, portrait|
|Length: 243 pages|