Category: ESOL


2020 is here, which also means that it’s time once again for the Decennial Census of Population and Housing, better known as the census. We have put together this post full of resources adult educators can reference when putting together Read more…


Cultural differences are often found to cause misunderstanding between ESOL students and their educators. What’s even more common is for teachers to give lessons based on American holidays, so students better understand American culture. One activity that literacy practitioners could Read more…


When typing “4th of July” into the Google search bar on my computer, the top three suggested words are crafts, recipes, and fireworks. While such suggestions aren’t surprising, these traditions don’t speak to the reasons as to why July 4th Read more…


Gobble! Gobble! Gobble! It’s that time of year again, Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving has been my favorite holiday for years because it is surrounded by food and family time, and what can be a better combination than that? Get into the season Read more…


Last week we did a post on different games that can be played in the adult ed classroom. This week we’ll go over a few games that will be beneficial to the ESOL classroom. These are variations on popular games Read more…

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