AleESOLBibliography

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The Center for Applied Linguistics has compilations of resources related to specific topics in adult ESL/ESOL including:resource collections, bibliographies, annotated bibliographies, and other lists of materials. You will find these at http://www.cal.org/caela/esl_resources/ They include:


In our volunteer-based ESOL program, we have been developing units about our county, Living in Pinellas County. They are available online. For a bit more about them, or to quickly download units for beginning ESOL students about hurricanes and terrorism, visit my blog (it's not fancy, my first attempt) at http://esolinfo.blogspot.com/. Marti Lane, United Methodist Cooperative Ministries/Suncoast, Inc.


A few more ESOL resources: ESOL (including a rational for using the term ESOL, as opposed to ESL) http://www.brown.edu/lrri/esol.html and, for EL/Civics, http://www.brown.edu/lrri/elcivics.html. See, particularly, links to Heide Wrigley's work. Janet Isserlis, Literacy Resources/RI

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