Conversation circle training offered at Mission library

This free education course is on June 4 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

A free workshop on conversation circle training happens June 4 and will provide helpful tips and practical strategies for volunteers who wish to help new immigrants and English language learners improve their conversation skills.

Participants will explore learning games, interactive activities, conversation topics and themes. The training will also highlight ways to engage learners though the use of CDs, DVDs, books, newspapers, magazines and other materials.

Ada Con, library programs coordinator for Fraser Valley Regional Library, will lead the workshop. Con has experience presenting this training to library staff and volunteers in Fraser Valley communities. This workshop is provided through a collaborative effort between Mission Library and Mission Literacy in Motion.

The event runs from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the library, located at 33247 Second Ave.

Registration is required, as light refreshments will be provided and space is limited. For more information please call 604-557-7614 or email cloc@literacyinmission.org.

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