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Quebec Drivers Handbook

Quebec Drivers Handbook

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QLWG Skills for Life
Published by: Quebec Literacy Working Group:
Central Québec School Board: Patti L. MooreEastern Shores School Board: Debrah AdamsEastern Townships School Board: Ilze EpnersEnglish Montreal School Board: Mario Pasteris and Mary GouskosKativik School Board: Carmelle CastonguayLester B. Pearson School Board: Denise LlewellynLittoral School Board: David RobertsNew Frontiers School Board: Maria GudzioRiverside School Board: Linda MartinSir Wilfrid Laurier School Board: Darlene BrownWestern Québec School Board: Warren Halligan
Project Coordinator:
Patti L. Moore
Vicki-Ann Huegli
Project Supervisor:
PROCEDE (Provincial Organization of Continuing Education Directors – English)
Vérifi ation Angla s
: Karen Ingalls
Cover Design:
Creative Solutions Créatives: Vilnis Epners
 Additional Expertise:
Teachers, Tutors, Students and LocalAnimators from the following groupswho field-tested the units:Central Québec School BoardChateauguay Valley Literacy CouncilEastern Shores School BoardEastern Townships School BoardEnglish Montreal School BoardGaspesie Literacy CouncilKativik School BoardLaurentian Literacy CouncilThe Learning ExchangeLiteracy in ActionLiteracy UnlimitedLittoral School BoardLester B. Pearson School BoardNew Frontiers School BoardQuebec City Reading CouncilRiverside School BoardSir Wilfrid Laurier School BoardSouth Shore Reading CouncilWestern Quebec Literacy CouncilWestern Québec School BoardYamaska Literacy Council
ISBN Number: 978-0-9812349-0-8
QLWG Skills for Life Series,
Skills for Life Series 
Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that alllearners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, units have been divided by
 Essential Life Skills
 Individual Life Skills
 Essential Life Skills
are important for everyone, while
 Individual Life Skills
address the needs and interests of different learners. Once learners have completed the “Essential” units, they may choose a unit that is applicable totheir interests and lifestyle.
Essential Life Skills Units Individual Life Skills Units
Orientation Unit2.
Around the Home3.
My Community4.
Being a Canadian Citizen5.
What’s for Dinner?6.
Managing My Money7.
Smart Shopping8.
My Health9.
All About Me10.
Communication Skills11.
Living in Quebec12.
Strategies for Reading13.
Strategies for Writing14.
Strategies for Grammar 15.
Strategies for Numbers 1:Understanding Numbers16.
Strategies for Numbers 2:Adding & Subtracting17.
Strategies for Numbers 3:Multiplying, Dividing & Fractions18.
My Hobbies and Leisure Time19.
Employment Skills20.
On the Job21.
My Family22.
Entertainment (music and film)23.
Fitness and the Great Outdoors24.
Getting Around (travel and transportation)25.
Career Exploration26.
Getting My Driver’s Licence27.
Learning in Quebec28.
Living Green29.
Handling Legal Concerns30.
The Retirement Years

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