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What's in a Session?

Karen MacWhat you work on is largely up to you. It depends on your goal and interests. Many students have a goal relating to a job or to a course they are studying. They bring paperwork from the job or their course notes to sessions. The tutor plans a lesson using these materials to help build reading and writing skills. It is a faster track to success.

At the end of the session you will be given some work to take with you so you can practise during the week.

Each session takes about an hour and a half.

Read Write Now is not a course; there are no set textbooks and no exams.