|The Office of Correctional Education/U.S. Department of
Education completed a review of Life Skills materials - Choosing Life
Skills: A Guide for Selecting Life Skills Programs for Adult and Juvenile
Offenders, by Osa D. Coffrey and John F. Knoll, January 1998.
Phillip Roy, Inc. is pleased to announce that our LIFE SKILLS CURRICULUM was
included in the review. The following is a copy of that review.
Title Life Skills Curriculum
Source Phillip Roy, Inc.
The Roy Building
PO Box 130
Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785
Topics The World of Work, Practical Living Skills, Personal Growth and
Management, Social Skills: social awareness, self control, interpersonal
relationships, problem solving, risks, values, negation, teamwork;
consumerism: decision making, comparative shopping, money management, buying
a car, credit; employability: getting a job, job applications, interviews,
keeping a job.
Audience Ages 16-40; ESL 3-6; Multi-ethnic and gender unspecific. Some of
the materials are in Spanish and there is print size for the legally blind.
Audiotapes are also useful for students with limited reading ability.
Format Print: 17 three-ring binders with full curriculum. Audio tape version
Instruction Open entry and exit; lessons may stand alone.
Course/lessons can be taught by an inmate by following the teacher guide.
Course may also be used as a resource library.
Support Teacher manual; lesson plan and student tests with each book
Costs $1776.00 for entire course, call for prices on individual books
Legal Considerations- Copyrighted with permission to duplicate