Audience: Suitable for large audiences who are not very familiar with ALP or other co-requisite models, for example, English/reading departments, state-wide gatherings of English faculty, or a group who are working on developmental redesign.

Purpose: To present a description and supporting data to explain why they might consider adopting a co-requisite model and to insure that they are aware of the issues involved.

Content: The presentation usually covers the following:

  • The problem of low success rates in developmental courses.
  • Description of ALP and other co-req models.
  • The strengths and weaknesses of various models.
  • Data demonstrating the effectiveness of co-requisite models.
  • A discussion of budgetary issues.

Format: A PowerPoint presentation with questions and answers as time permits.