Basic Skills & Beginning Literacy
Broadview Learning Center
705 West Coolidge Drive
and Thursday, 12:30-3:00
Basic Skills & Beginning
meet the needs of people with an elementary reading level and those
with learning disabilities by concentrating on basic skills in
reading and math as well as basic life skills. The
teacher meets with the students to assess
their skill levels,
then sets up a personal program to help them reach
their goals. A tutor may also be assigned to work with them.
and specialized materials are available for those who need them.
In these FREE classes, students can:
- Improve their
employment opportunities and learn how to become better workers
- Work at their
own level and their own pace by setting individual goals
- Use computers
to learn typing, math reinforcement, basic phonics, vocabulary
building, and basic computer skills
- Receive life skill
instruction on using a checkbook, using public transportation,
filling out forms, renting an apartment, using proper hygiene,
and being part of their community
To be eligible for Basic Skills & Beginning
Literacy classes, students must...
- Have a clear means
- Be able to work
independently or come with a tutor to class.
- Be committed to
attending class for at least 2 hours on at least 2 days a week.
- Focus on improving
and maintaining their academic and life skills.
teens (except those referred by an agency) should go through
orientation at the Teen Learning Center.
To register for these free classes, email the teacher at email@example.com,
or call 812-330-7731, or stop by Broadview
Learning Center at 12:30 on Tuesday or Thursday. Agencies referring a student must send a staff
member to registration with their client. Class will be assigned after