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TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills
Language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills are key components in any job role because we need to communicate with others in a variety of ways and on a range of different levels. One of the most important factors in designing a training program is identifying the level of LLN skills required, not only to participate in the program but to perform effectively in the workplace.
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1 Identify resources to support LLN skill development – The reading writing hotline page featured in this lesson is: https://www.readingwritinghotline.edu.au/learner-resources/ 

2 Use learning and assessment materials to support identified LLN requirements, customising where necessary

3 Apply learning support strategies in training delivery appropriate to LLN requirements and learner group

4 Determine assessment strategies appropriate to LLN requirements and learner group:

 

a) The assessment should be ‘reasonably adjusted’ to help cater for all of your learners’ needs. This means it can be made more appropriate for their needs, as long as it remains true to the requirements of the unit (this is known as ‘VALIDITY’).

b) Other strategies you may consider include: delivering questions orally, providing sign language support, physical access support, and third-party assistance – where a learner has a support person in class to assist with difficult tasks. Again, this can only be considered where the outcomes still meet the requirements of the units, modules or qualifications. 

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