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ESL/Family Literacy Beginning 1

Emphasizes speaking and listening for students with little or no English.  This class includes a family literacy focus covering topics such as reading with children, parent involvement in local schools, kinder readiness and how parents can help children of all ages with their homework.


 

ESL/Family Literacy Beginning 2

Emphasizes speaking, listening, and simple conversations.  Some reading and writing of simple sentences on everyday life situations.  This class includes a family literacy focus covering topics such as reading with children, parent involvement in local schools, kinder readiness, and how parents can help children of all ages with their homework.


 

ESL/Family Literacy Beginning 3

Emphasizes understanding and producing longer conversations.  More emphasis on reading and writing.  This class includes a family literacy focus covering topics such as reading with children, parent involvement in local schools, kinder readiness, and how parents can help children of all ages with their homework.


 

ESL/Family Literacy Intermediate 1

Emphasizes intermediate speaking, listening, reading and writing tasks which begin to focus on academic skills.  This class includes a family literacy focus covering topics such as reading with children, parent involvement in local schools, kinder readiness, and how parents can help children of all ages with their homework.
 

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