What is ESL?
English as a Second Language (ESL) is a K-12 program that teaches the English language to students whose native language is not English. Students are taught by licensed ESL teachers using methodology similar to that of teaching a foreign language to a native English speaker. Schools must provide equal educational opportunities to all students. Failure to take action to overcome language barriers impedes equal participation.
In class we focus in on the four language domains of the English Language: Listening, Speaking,
Reading, and Writing.
Christianson, Rosa. "ESL/Bilingual Program." Espanol & ESL at ISD 361. Web. 18 July 2011.
Free Adult English classes. Click link below for more information