The next training course for volunteer English tutors will run on Tuesday mornings between 10 October and 28 November. There are vacancies on the waiting list for new students, too. Call 0405 313 986. Time: 10am – 12.30 pm each Tues morning for 8 weeks Place: Level 1, 14 William St
Please join us to celebrate the end of another successful year for the Literacy Network Manly-Warringah and meet our wonderful volunteers. All members welcome to attend for lunch, a drink or just to catch up. Where: Dee Why RSL Club – in the upper area When: 1st December at 12 Noon
A big THANK YOU to the following Clubs in our area that have agreed to provide financial assistance to the Literacy Network through the 2017 annual ClubGRANTS program. Balgowlah RSL Memorial Club Harbord Diggers of the Mounties Group Dee Why RSL
As a result of some restructuring and renovation, Dee Why Library has disposed of some of its print and digital resources. We were pleased to receive a substantial collection of ‘talking books’ on a number of topics and covering a range of ability levels. If you are tutoring a stude
The Annual General Meeting of Literacy Network Manly Warringah Inc. for the 12 months July 2016 to June 2017 will be held at Northern Beaches Community College Training Room 5 William Street, Brookvale on Saturday 26th August, 2017 at 10.00am.
State Library of NSW Monday 11 September 2017 This event is principally for librarians but anyone can attend. There is a very interesting morning program, with emphasis on teaching adults to read. We hope to have some tutors from Literacy Network attending. Tickets are free but boo
Learning Practical Tibetan shows you how your Tibetan student’s own language works and what they might find difficult about English.Explore tenses, word order, honorifics, question forms, expressions of time, all at a basic level. The book is based on tourist conversations. This book
On March 6 a small group of tutors supporting Tibetan beginner students met informally to share resources and ideas, following a meeting last year. We were encouraged and inspired by one another’s experiences with the challenges and fun of teaching beginners. Next time we hope to meet