1. Identify & Diagnose
Many learners are not aware of their own language barriers. They do not seek help, and they may not realise that life could be easier with core literacy skills.
Others are aware of their literacy problems, and they have developed advanced coping mechanisms to conceal this from others.
Communicate helps your staff to identify people who are struggling because of underlying literacy issues. A targeted diagnostic tool is completed in 45 mins to allows staff to reveal the language gaps that are holding someone back. This will pinpoint exactly where to start the intervention.
The software-based toolkit provides trained staff with teaching solutions ranging from phonics and vocabulary building, right through to handwriting and public speaking. There are 16 teaching solutions ready to go with no prior preparation required.
You overcome each language problem in order of priority in the time that is available. We recommend a minimum of 30mins per week.
Progress is fast. Learners produce their own work and are able to compare it to their initial samples. There is nothing more powerful than seeing tangible evidence of your own progress.
Educators often have to focus on what learners are ‘supposed’ to know. This project targets what they ‘need’ to know.Find out more
The project won a national award from the Youth Justice Board.The award
Read about the people the Communicate project has helped.Read more
The Communicate project offers staff an excellent opportunity for continued professional development and provides them with a specialist toolkit for overcoming literacy problems.Explore
What to think about when starting a Communicate project?What to consider
The Communicate project brings a complete literacy intervention system to the front-line which changes outcomes in hours.Find out more
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