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The description of this adult literacy course is as follows: The students’ will be introduced to adult learning principles, the need of setting goals, general plans that the instructor has for the student to assist them in their long-term adult literacy plans by supporting and building a friendly, respectful learning environment. Giving general information about the importance of evaluation and assessment of the adult literacy student is a major necessity in order to get a full understanding of... ... middle of paper ... ...eracyeducator.com/courses.htm. Islamic-Relief Association Suisse. (2006). Adult Literacy in Sudan.
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First year students need their fundamental study skills to build the necessary adjustments to be successful at university. Before I expand my composition, I will outline the basic learning skills that I have brought to university. There are reading skill, verbal skill and note taking skill. Then, I will introduce three new skills that I will need to develop to strengthen my basic learning skills and become more academic or literary. There are critical thinking skill, academic writing skill and referencing skill.
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