The following resources are available online, and should be accessible with a smart phone:
ESOL morning classes for the spring semester end on May 11.
ESOL evening classes for the spring semester end on May 9.
The first ESOL class for the summer session will be held on Monday, June 12, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. During the summer, we will offer morning classes only.
Lessons for Absolute Beginners from One Stop English
Absolute Beginner English – 20 Point Program from Thought Co.
Health – Picture stories for Level 1
Tutor Curriculum Guide for Teaching Adult ESL Preliterate Learners from Adult Basic Education, Spokane
The key to making grammar memorable is to teach it in an authentic context. In most cases, a teacher can examine the lesson plan for a particular class session and pull out a grammar point to discuss for about 10 minutes.
Additional grammar handouts and activities are available at the following links:
Listed below are additional standalone lessons that teach various grammar concepts.
Comparatives and Superlatives – to take the focus off students, the teacher could bring in a series of photographs or realia to compare
Although some of the lesson plans and materials available from the British Council on Teaching English will need to be adapted for use in Memphis, TN, most of the methods, activities, and other resources could prove to be quite useful.
The links below provide free access to a wealth of useful information and professional development. Each link leads to multiple pages of resources. Use the page numbers at the bottom of the list to navigate through the resources.
A Guide to U.S. Citizenship, Wayne Community College
Lesson Plans and Activities from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Preparing for the Oath: U.S. History and Civics for Citizenship (Videos, quizzes, vocabulary, worksheets)