Teaching literacy in ESOL classes by Joanna Williams

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Published by Joanna Williams .

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  • Literacy programs.,
  • English for speakers of other languages.

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Photocopiable materials, ideas and activities for teaching reading and writing in Entry level ESOL Classes. Cross-referenced to the ESOL Curriculum. This is a wirebound book of teaching materials for students in Entry level ESOL classes (83 pages, format A4).

The materials are designed to develop students' literacy skills in narrating. Teaching Basic Literacy to ESOL Learners – Spiegel & Sunderland £ Aimed at both practising ESOL teachers and teacher trainees, this book integrates theory with lots of practical suggestions for teaching.

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Reading exercises are an ideal way for these students to expand their working vocabularies. Instructors should create a vocabulary list of important or challenging words from the reading to hand out. Students can look up the words in a dictionary and write down the definitions.

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Learning Unlimited is a leader in the field of teaching basic literacy to ESOL learners. Conventional teacher training for ESOL/EFL and Literacy teachers does not usually cover this area of overlap between the two subjects despite the fact that a large number of ESOL learners have low level or no literacy in their home language(s).

Teaching reading to low-level ESL students is, quite simply, a challenge. At times, we are teaching adult students to read in English when some in class are not literate in their first language. In such a situation, we are not mapping a sound-symbol correspond-ence onto a known oral language, as in native-language reading instruction, but instead.

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