Meeting The Need For Adult Literacy
Learning English is an essential step for many immigrants as they adjust to living in a new country and a new culture. The ability to communicate fluently in English is an important skill that enables working men and women to progress in their careers and improve life for themselves and their families.
GLCAC is a committed member of Mayor Rivera’s ESOL Task force to help serve the needs of the language acquisition needs of the community.
ESOL courses emphasizes the development of English language learning through speaking, writing, analytical reading, and critical thinking skills. Hybrid learning model offer students a new way to learn where they will participate in both in-person classrooms setting and online. There are two components to this learning module: supervised instruction and self-directed study. Each module of study is 5 hours for a total of 10 hours per week of English Language Development.
Fall 2020 Schedule
September 14th-December 18th
Monday & Wednesday
ESOL level I 8:30-11am
ESOL level II 11:30-1pm
ESOL Level III workplace skills:
1. Healthcare 9-11:30
2. Work ready 12:00-2:30pm
Literacy Thru Literature 12-2 pm
Tuesday & Thursday
ESOL Level I 5-7:30 pm (Online Only)
ESOL Level II 5:730 pm
Literacy Thru Literature 5-7:30 pm
ESOL Level I classes focus on and low beginning literacy skills. The class works on both verbal and written basic communication skills.
ESOL Level II classes focus on high beginner skills, building upon foundational skills.
ESOL Level III classes are a context base learning environment that focuses on workplace skills.
To register for classes click here: Health Care Career ESOL Classes Information
Contact the Workforce Development & Adult Learning Program