Media and Annual Reports
- Overview of our Programs
- Basic Adult Literacy
- Study Friends
- Math Tutorial
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESL or ESOL)
- Raising a Reader
- Reading Buddies
ESL Classes & Tutoring
1. Math Workshop, March 2009, Bridget Skeados – handout
2. Go to www.aamath.com – Has mini lessons by grade on math topics, as well as practice questions.
3. Go to www.coolmath.com – lessons and review on prealgebra, algebra, and geometry.
4. Go to www.aplusmath.com – games to practice new skills and a “Homework Helper” section that allows you to input your problems and check your solutions!
5. Go to www.mathdrills.com – free printable worksheets
6. Go to www.khanacademy.com – extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web.
Language Arts and Reading:
1. Go to Merriam Webster – Webster Word Game of the Day
2. Go to Kids Reads – reviews and news on books for kids and young adults
3. Go to tutor.com – Organization and Outlining Help for Writing Assignments
Organization and Middle School Success Articles:
Mission: Organization- from Scholastic
Adult Tutors Online Training Modules:
Mission: CPCC Online Volunteer Training contains many subjects and resources for adult literacy, GED, and ESL tutors
English as a Second Language (ESL) Tutor Resources
Mission: English Vocabulary Image Quizzes – from Internet TESL Journal
Tutor Lesson Plans:
1. Hopelink ESL Tutor Resource Page – Has a FAQ, Lesson Plans, and more Resource Links
2. Mission: Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council Lesson Plan Bank – If you have a specific topic in mind, this will bring you to several topics with complete lesson plans
3. Dave’s ESL Cafe – You’ll LOVE the “Idea Cookbook”
4. BBC Learning English – Grammar, Pronunciation, and Vocabulary from BBC News Stories
General Education Development (GED) Exam Tutor Resources
1. Hopelink GED Tutor Resource page – Has a FAQ about the GED, lesson plans, and more resources
2. Northwest LINCS Portal for Adult Education – lots of resources for GED here!
Adult Literacy Tutor Resources
1. Adult Reading Resources – handout with web links from previous trainings
2. An Overview of the Reading Process for Adult Literacy Tutors – handout
Recommended ESL Websites
Topics include Citizenship, ESL grammar, ESL pronunciation, ESL dictations, ESL writing, etc.
1. www.USCIS.gov Official Site for US Citizenship and Immigration Services–offers information regarding the application for citizenship (N-400) and study plans for American History for both teachers and students
2. www.edufind.com (Click on “English Grammar” tab at the top of the page)
3. Ohio Program of Intensive English Links to several grammar resources
4. Cabrillo College ESL Lab Lists free ESL websites
5. www.learn-english-online.org Lesson plans for teaching beginning and intermediate ESL students
6. You Tube
Many English teachers are using YouTube in a variety of ways. Some use YouTube to reinforce pronunciation and grammar, while others use it to lighten up the classroom. Here are some popular ESL YouTube channels–just search by the channel name: Jennifer’s ESL, The Daily English Show, English Meeting, Bizpod, ESL Joan, Interesting Things ESL, Learn American English Online
Notebook: Resources for the Adult Educator
Notebook: Resources for the Adult Educator is a 16-page resource designed especially for teachers and tutors. It is published three times per year as a benefit for ProLiteracy members.
Tutors: Help us promote the wonderful work you are doing! Please feel free to use the photo release (below) and submit photos your your tutoring sessions in action.
LP Photo Release (English)
LP Photo Release (Spanish)
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