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  1. Teaching Adult ESL - Text by Betsy Parrish, 2004-01-05
  2. Partnerships in Learning: Teaching ESL to Adults (The Pippin Teacher's Library) by Julia Robinson, Mary Selman, 2001-10-03
  3. Teaching Adults; An ESL Resource Book by Unknown, 1997-03-01
  4. Teaching Adults: An ESL Resource Book,1997 publication by Laubach Literacy Action, 1997-01-01
  5. Teaching Adults, An Esl Resource Book - 1997 publication by various, 1997-01-01
  6. Teaching Adults : An ESL Resource Book by Suzanne Abrams, 1996
  7. Voices and Visions: Issues, Challenges and Alternatives in Teaching Adult ESL by Virginia L. Sauve, 2000
  8. Teaching Adult ESL: A Practical Introduction --2004 publication. by Betsy Parrish, 2004-01-01
  9. The adult ESL teaching profession (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:413794) by MaryAnn Cunningham Florez, 1997
  10. From the classroom to the workplace: Teaching ESL to adults
  11. From the Classroom to the Workplace: Teaching Esl to Adults by Language, Orientation Res Ctr Staff, 1983-04
  12. Teaching multilevel adult ESL classes (ERIC digest) by Cathy C Shank, 1995
  13. Teaching low-level adult ESL learners (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:379965) by Grace Massey Holt, 1995
  14. Reflective teaching practice in adult education ESL settings (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:451733) by MaryAnn Cunningham Florez, 2001

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It's intended to help teachers—especially new teachers—save time and resources by providing essential English-teaching information in one place. When I first started teaching ESL to adults, I spent a lot of time preparing ESL lesson plans; and I mean a lot of time. Because I'm a native English speaker, I'd never had to think about English grammar, idioms, phrasal verbs, time markers, past tense pronunciation, intonation, verb tenses and all the other things that make up the English language. I just automatically used them. I've been using them for decades! So when I studied for my TESOL certification, I had to start thinking about all of these English language components. I especially had to think about them in relation to teaching English language learners. ***FREE*** subscription to
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2. Adult Education ESL Teachers Guide
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    As any ESL teacher knows, having a grab bag of enjoyable learning activities helps to liven up any ESL class. These activities are useful for teaching inductively, filling gaps and introducing topics. Here is a list of five books that are sure to help you times of need.
    Grammar Games
    Teaching grammar through games has proven to be one of the most successful methods of helping students acquire grammar skills. "Grammar Games" by Mario Rinvolucri succeeds exceptionally well while encouraging students to enjoy themselves. This book is my top choice because it's a great way to expand on key concepts that can be rather dry at times. zSB(3,3)

    4. Teaching Adults
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    A dults bring life experiences and a level of maturity into the classroom that children and adolescents do not. Their expectations and motivations reflect this. Here are several keys to keep in mind when teaching adults:
    • Adult classrooms may present great diversity
      Be prepared for diversity of cultural background, age, previous formal education, previous exposure to English, life experiences, and current life situations. Adults respond well to knowledgeable, enthusiastic teachers
      You must be comfortable with the subject matter you are teaching and communicate enthusiasm for the subject matter and your role as a teacher. This will help you gain respect and is especially important if you are younger than your students. If you must teach material which is challenging for you, try not to communicate a negative attitude about the material to your students. If a student asks a question which you can't answer, don't be afraid to say, "I don't know, but I'll find out for you." Adults are not too old to learn a second language well
      Although native language learning and literacy are best accomplished in childhood, when it comes to learning a second language, research has shown that adolescents and adults outperform children. Adolescents even surpassed children in pronunciation skills. One of the reasons children appear to acquire a second language faster than adults is simply that they get a lot more practice with other children and have lower inhibitions, but many adults have attained a high level of fluency in a foreign language.

    5. Free ESL Worksheets For Beginners And Beyond
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    Are you looking for free ESL worksheets for beginners? If you're in a hurry, scroll down towards the bottom of this page to get right to a bunch of ESL worksheets. But if you have a moment, please take the time to read this page and its cautions. Teacher Experience Looking for Online Help If you're an ESL teacher, especially a beginning teacher, you probably don't get paid for all the time you put into preparing your lessons. You want to find free ESL grammar worksheets as quickly as possible; preferably ones that are easy to download without having to save to Microsoft Word, adjust the formatting, and so on. My experiences when looking online for ESL worksheets, exercises and ESL cloze exercises have been a little frustrating, or at least time-consuming. When searching for free ESL worksheets for beginners, intermediate and advanced students, I've been required to become a member of the site, or the exercises I've found are online interactive exercises—not very useful as ESL or EFL handouts! Check for Errors in Online Printouts Another problem I've had with some of the free ESL worksheets for beginners that I've found online is that there are some errors in the worksheets! Unfortunately, I've often learned about this only after one of my ESL students has come back to me and said that the instructions didn't make sense, or some of the questions were confusing.

    6. Teaching Reading To Non-literate ESL Student Vs. Teaching Reading To Native Engl
    How does teaching reading to the nonliterate adult ESL student differ from teaching beginning reading to native English-speaking children? Back to Section IV
    How does teaching reading to the non-literate adult ESL student differ from teaching beginning reading to native English-speaking children?
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  • The adult learner has a lot more knowledge about the world and consequently of the content of reading material than do children. This makes it possible for adults to read material about more sophisticated subjects than can children. It also means that adults are interested in reading about adult subjects and are often offended if asked to read children's materials.
  • The beginning adult ESL learner has a much more limited vocabulary and much more limited control of grammar and pronunciation than does a native English-speaking child. Being able to sound out a word or sentence is of little value if the students do not know what the word or sentence means even after sounding it out correctly. The ESL learner must be developing the whole spectrum of language skills as he is learning to read. This suggests that a purely phonics approach is likely to be less successful with the adult.
  • The adult learner has lived for many years with not being able to read and has successfully coped with the problems of life. He is therefore less likely to be motivated to participate in learning activities unless they appear to be meeting some perceived need. Children, on the other hand, will often participate in an activity simply because the teacher asks them to.
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    8. Teaching English As A Second Language To Adults (TESL) Program (R400) 2011-2012
    The TESL program at George Brown College provides a solid grounding in both the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching English as a second language to adults. The courses

    9. Teaching Adults: An ESL Resource Book - ESL
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    As we have all noticed, English, and presumably every living language, shifts continually. My students speak in fear of "Old English" but what they don't realize is that English as they know and use it is VERY different from even that of their parents and certainly.... ...their grandparents. A global economy, individual travel, emerging technologies and pop culture are only a few of the influences on this shifting linguistic landscape we all share and use every day. has a great site that allows all language learners a manageable yet productive way to increase vocabulary. Check out They have a word a day feature. Each new word has the meaning and word history. There are also archives to look through. Never let your students forget that even a word or two a day adds up quickly. Three words a day is about a hundred new words a month. We can all do this! Here's a timely quote from the AWAD site - it certainly applies to language learning! "You can't just go on being a good egg. You must either hatch or go bad!" -C.S. Lewis

    11. Teaching Adults Of Various Levels - Teaching ESL - EslHQ
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      I am just starting a new job at an NGO where part of my responsibility is to teach English to the staff. I have been told that each of the staff is at a different level in his/her English ability, so I think I might be teaching them one-on-one or in very small groups. I have taught children and high schoolers before, but this will be my first time teaching adults and in such a small setting. Does anyone have any advice on what techniques work well for teaching adults? Also, I'm thinking I will need to do some kind of assessment in the beginning to determine each adult's level of English proficiency. I have never had to do that before, so I would welcome any suggestions on how to do assessments. Thanks! View Public Profile Find all posts by kru_pasa_angrit permalink Jan 13th, 2010, 07:02 pm

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    15. ESLResource Book
    Teaching Adults An ESL Resource Book Laubach Literacy Action. A valuable resource that includes important information on language acquisition, adult learning
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