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ESL
English as a Second Language

Instruction is designed for adults with limited English proficiency or whose native language is

not English. English as a Second Language (ESL) programs assist individuals in improving their English skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing to find or maintain employment, attain citizenship, become more involved with their children’s schooling, and make greater use of community resources. Instruction is provided in English as a unifying means of serving the broad ethnic diversity of limited-English-speaking adults.

This is a monthly newsletter geared towards providing targeted resources for ESL teachers to support them both in incorporating them in their classrooms and to provide resources to further their knowledge and skillset in best practices with Multilingual Learners

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Dalia Assem

ESL Consultant

Need Help?

Consultants are available to provide guidance, resource location, and strategic planning, etc.

​Professional Development

Professional Learning Resources
  • English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) for Adult Education | Resource

  • The Change Agent - an Adult Education Magazine for Social Justice | Website

  • The ConnTESOL Organization | Website

  • TESOL International Association | Website

  • Literacy Minnesota - Teaching Pronunciation YouTube Channel | Website

  • The Adult ELL Pathway to Literacy | Website

  • The Emerging English Language Literacy Curriculum | Website

  • Literacy Centre of Expertise (includes YouTube videos for teachers) | Website

  • ESL Literacy Readers | Website

  • Learning Chocolate | Website

  • ESL Literacy Website | Website

  • National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition (NCELA) - English Learner (EL) Family Toolkit | Website

ESL Day

Toolkits

From finding reading literature to accessing ready-to-use activities, each toolkit provides a list of resources and activities you can use in different scenarios within your classroom.

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