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Liberty Family Literacy By Blasita Aguilar
Family Literacy Components Adult Education PACT (parents and children together) VOCT (vocational time) PT (Parents time) Home Visits Early Childhood Education
Adult Education This component is for the parents They learn English and how to use the computers
PACT( parents and children together) Mothers and children spend time together Children can learn through playing with their moms Children decide what they want to play Mothers respect their decision
VOCT (vocational time) Volunteer helping teachers at Elementary School Build relationships with teachers and principal Learn new skills to help the kids when they go to school
PT (parents time) A time for parents to share and help each other Guest speakers Make rules and decisions
Home Visits Teacher go to the students home Opportunity to individually talk about their child Teachers make and answer questions
Early Childhood Education Children are being prepared for kindergarten They learn colors, numbers, abc’s, and how to work independently Build friendships with other kids
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