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This is a place where we share ideas and sample materials that can be used to develop exciting literacy programs for minority language communities.  
Literacy learning should be fun, relevant, meaningful, useful and active. Becoming literate involves far more than working out how to spell out or read words. It includes interacting with words and texts in meaningful ways and using them for meaningful purposes – from day one. And of course it is best to do that learning in social settings. So all the materials on this website should fit with these beliefs. (If you want to know more about our beliefs, and how to implement similar programs, click on the Helps and Hints tab. You'll find a collection of papers there that explain things in more detail.)
We would love to hear from you too and help with any questions you have. If you have things to share on the site let us know. But remember, all materials here are made available free to others.

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