[Hot Topic]: New Adult English Language Learner Resources in LINCS Resource Collection
Submitted by LINCS_Communications on October 1, 2014 - 12:47pm
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The LINCS Resource Collection team has recently added a batch of Adult English Language Learners resources to the LINCS Resource Collection. Please find the linked publications below.
Many thanks for your participation as we continue working to provide adult education professionals with a Resource Collection containing high-quality, vetted, and free resources in 16 topic areas. We encourage you to share these resources with your state partners and highlight them whenever possible in your discussion groups and/or regional newsletters.
Thank you in advance!
The LINCS Community Team
- The Transitions Integration Framework (TIF) was designed to provide adult basic education (ABE) programs and instructors with guidance on the effective integration of transitions skills into instruction at all levels of ABE, including ESL levels. Developed in Minnesota via a research-based, rigorous, collaborative, multi-year process, the TIF is the collection of essential skills adult educators need to integrate into their instruction for their learners to reach their long-term goals. These include academic, career, and employability skills needed to transition successfully to postsecondary education, career training, and the workplace, and to enrich community involvement. Furthermore, the TIF is intended to help meet the needs of stakeholders in postsecondary education, the workplace, and community-based organizations.
- The Study-Circle Guide for Teachers of Low-Literacy Adult ESL Students provides all the materials and instructions a facilitator needs to conduct a professional learning activity for teachers of low-literate adult ESL students. With a special focus on reading development, this guide aids participants in exploring relevant research and its implications for best practices in the classroom. In addition, detailed plans for each of the three meetings, links to all readings, sample communications to participants, as well as handouts, discussion questions, and tips for conducting a successful study circle are all included.
- Using Oral Language Skills to Build on the Emerging Literacy of Adult English Learners
- New American Horizons Teacher Training Videos
- Adult English Language Learners With Limited Literacy
- Maestra! The Letters Speak. Adult ESL Students Learning to Read for the First Time
- Vocabulary Notebooks: Theoretical Underpinnings and Practical Suggestions
- Excuse Me, How Much Are the Peppers?