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ESL -English as a Second Language

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To join an English as a Second Language class (ESL) students must first attend an orientation class and take a pre-test. This orientation class provides information, counseling, assessment and placement for each student:

Questions? Please call (530) 406-5909 or 662-0798

 Para información en español acerca de las clases de inglés como segundo idioma llame al (530) 406-5909 ó 662-0798

"I like Woodland Adult Education because it gives me an opportunity to be a better citizen."

"As I'm leaning English, I feel more confident."

"I like that the ESL classes keep you learning and my age doesn't matter."

"I like my English class because it gives me a chance to have more opportunities."

Learn English.

 

Program Description
 
English as a Second Language (ESL) - Beginning, intermediate and advanced classes are offered for English learners which integrate writing, speaking, listening and reading. Classes are on-going and continuous throughout the calendar year both the morning and evening.
 
Classes not only provide English as a second language and computer skills, but also assist students in understanding and participating in governmental, educational, workplace, and institutional settings.
 
Within the context of developing ESL skills, classes are designed to teach parents and guardians how to help their children with homework, how to communicate with schools, and how to practice English with their children at home.
 
Placement
 
A person must be 18 years old or older to attend an ESL class at Woodland Adult Education. To join an ESL class students must first attend an orientation class and take a pre-test. This orientation class provides information, counseling, assessment and placement for each student
 
Four levels of ESL classes are held Monday through Friday at the Adult Education main site, 575 Hays Street from 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Four levels of classes are held Monday through Thursday at the Adult Education main site, 575 Hays Street in the evening from 6:00-8:30 p.m.   A multi-level class is also held at Casa Del Sol, 709 East Street.  Call for locations and details.