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Curriculum Guide for Teaching Adult ESL Preliterate Learners

Curriculum Guide for Teaching Adult ESL Preliterate Learners

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This curriculum guide has been developed for tutors as well as instructors of adult refugee and immigrant ESL students who have no or limited literacy skills in their first language. The principles and strategies used in this guide can also be used for ESL students who have low or some literacy in their native language. The main focus of the guide is to develop initial English literacy skills in basic reading and writing, built upon listening and speaking skills. The students will be able to function with some difficulty in simple situations related to immediate needs, and to handle tasks including routine, entry-level jobs that involve only the most basic English communication skills. In this guide, the terms preliterate and non-literate learners are used interchangeably to mean students who have no formal literacy education in their native language.
This curriculum guide has been developed for tutors as well as instructors of adult refugee and immigrant ESL students who have no or limited literacy skills in their first language. The principles and strategies used in this guide can also be used for ESL students who have low or some literacy in their native language. The main focus of the guide is to develop initial English literacy skills in basic reading and writing, built upon listening and speaking skills. The students will be able to function with some difficulty in simple situations related to immediate needs, and to handle tasks including routine, entry-level jobs that involve only the most basic English communication skills. In this guide, the terms preliterate and non-literate learners are used interchangeably to mean students who have no formal literacy education in their native language.

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Published by: Cielito Nenette Cualing Brekke on Jan 16, 2013
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