Information for Faculty Who Work with ESOL Students in their Classes
Many faculty have requested some guidance and tips on supporting nonnative speakers in their classrooms. Please click the links below for some valuable tips.
- "Strategies for Supporting Non-Native Speakers in the Classroom"
Leigh Anne Shaw, ESOL Faculty and ELI Coordinator
Garry Nicol, ESOL Faculty
Serena Chu-Mraz, ESOL Faculty
(Flex Day Presentation January 21, 2015)
- "Nonnative Speaker Error and Challenges of English Writing: Expectations and Tips for Support"
Leigh Anne Sippel, ESOL Faculty and ELI Coordinator
(Flex Day Presentation March 11, 2011)
- Information on the ESOL Lab at the The Learning Center, where students can enroll at any point in the semester for tutorial help, workshops, and self-paced study of English.
- Information about the ESOL course sequence
- Information about the ESOL program
Information for Students Coming From Adult School ESL Classes
College ESL is a big jump from adult school ESL. Here is some information for students and faculty at adult schools to learn what to expect when making the transition from adult school to college.
- Presentation to adult school students visiting Skyline College