Submitted by LINCS_Communications on November 13, 2014 - 9:50am
The LINCS Community is pleased to announce a new special discussion. Starting next Monday, the Health Literacy group will host ESL as a Mechanism for Advancing Health Literacy, moderated by guest speaker Maricel Santos, Ed.D.
Women's Perspectives #9 - Women Celebrate the Future - will showcase original writings and artwork by adult literacy/basic education students across all levels. Student writers and artists are encouraged to reflect and to share ideas on the theme “Women Celebrate the Future.”
Submitted by I-Fang Cheng on July 18, 2013 - 3:14pm
The addition of ELL-U resources on LINCS creates opportunities for all community members to access additional knowledge and new resources that further the work of ESOL practitioners. To locate former ELL-U online courses, please follow this link: https://lincs.ed.gov/programs/ell-u.
Use this discussion thread to post your response to the question below from the ELL-U online course, Formative Assessment to Inform Quality Adult ESL Instruction. Please share your comments and feedback on the course.
What is one important thing you are taking away from this online course? What do you hope to implement in your classroom?
Use this discussion thread to post your response to the question below from the ELL-U online course, Teaching Adult ELLs who are Emergent Readers. Please share your comments and feedback on the course.
Print literacy can be very abstract to adult English learners new to school. What are some teaching techniques that you have used to contextualize basic skills, make them less abstract and have meaning to the students? What stories can you tell that show they work?