Tutor Resources



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Tutor Reports

Click here to submit your tutor hours along with any questions or comments.


Ongoing Training

From time to time we hold tutor networking events or ongoing training workshops. Check here to see if we have any upcoming events.

Check out the DC LEARNs calendar for Adult Education workshops, which you are welcome to attend free of charge.



Tutor Network

Would you like to share ideas and ask questions with other LVA tutors? Join our google group here.

LVA Curricula and Lesson Plans

Click here for specific worksheets and lesson plans.

Below we have provided curriculum outlines that might help give direction to your tutoring sessions.

If your learner is enrolled in a class, you can reinforce the concepts we are covering this month. 



Online Tutor Resources

Feel free to contact us for more info about resources that might be right for your student.

Phonics:
Starfall: online phonics lessons and simple stories
Kidzone phonics: printable worksheets for phonics and word families
Sound City Reading: printable worksheets for phonics including vowel sounds, letter blends

Reading Materials
Marshall Adult Education: leveled readings with adult life skills themes (printable or online)
News For You: the newspaper for adult learners
Newsela: leveled readings on current events

Spelling/Grammar:
Spelling City: insert your spelling words and the site will help you practice them
English Grammar Guide: grammar lessons and parts of speech for advanced students

Math/Financial Literacy:
Math Drills: a plethora of free worksheets for any kind of arithmetic
Consumer.gov: lessons on financial literacy
Pactical Money Skills
Maths Is Fun: Math lessons and games by grade level.

Lesson Planning:
Student Interactives: lesson plans and ideas for interactive activities with phonics and literature
LD Online:comprehensive information and strategies for working with learning disabilities