teaching-esl-pre-literate

Teaching Pre-literate ESL courses is very different from teaching intermediate or advanced English learners. It can even be different from teaching beginning ESL. Pre-literate ESL students need to learn the alphabet, and distinguish between different shapes of the letters. Teaching Pre-literate ESL courses is most common in immigrant and refugee programs, which are offered by non-profit…

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teaching-esl-pronunciation

  Common pronunciation and sound distinction issues: Pronunciation issues also vary across different regions of the same country, across different age groups, and different learners. This is not an exhaustive list of pronunciation issues.   Pronunciation Practice   General Information about Communicating with Limited English Speakers   Learn English   b/p  – example:  bark/ park Somalia,…

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teaching-esl-desk

Teaching Beginning ESL to Adults can be challenging. It is also necessary to help them progress to more intermediate and advanced stages of learning, job promotion, work opportunities and/or education. “Beginning ESL” refers to learners who have some knowledge of the Roman alphabet, and some level of vocabulary and writing. Classes for English learners who…

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