HEMPSTEAD ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM
ESOL BI-WEEKLY LESSON PLAN
BI-WEEKLY TASC PREPARATION LESSON PLAN
Adult Ed. Literacy Websites
Standout Online Resources
Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages!
Cambridge International Dictionary
Cambridge International Dictionaries of International English, American English, Phrasal Verbs and Idioms.
Dave's ESL Cafe –
A very popular site for ESL/EFL students and teachers around the world. Besides great lessons, there are forums for teachers and students.
DO-IT Program –
This DO-IT Program site has many resources concerning disabilities, opportunities, internetworking, and technology. There are multiple hyperlinks to people who are pursuing academic and career fields.
ESL Games –
This site has a nice collection of many different games for ESL/EFL.
Family Literacy Special Collections: Ideas for the Classroom
This collection of resources relating to family literacy is currently maintained by the Midwest LINCS.
Workplace Literacy students.
Literacy Volunteers of America http://www.literacyvolunteers.org Literacy Volunteers of America offers information on instruction and information for learning disabled students
LitLearner - About GED
Math Forum: Adult Education Teachers' Place
This is the math-adult education resource list of selected sites to visit for instruction and information about adult numeracy.
Newspapers Around the World
This site is easy to use in referencing the world's newspapers.
Online English Grammar –
Outreach and Technical Assistance Network Adult Education's Electronic Information Gateway
http://www.otan.dni.us/ You need to register, but they do not ask for too much information. Then you will be redirected to http://www.adultedteachers.org/ where you go to the Quick Jump Menu. There are lesson plans for elementary basic skills.
The Discovery Channel provides this site for classroom teachers, but tutors and adult educators could adapt it for instructional purposes. Several uses are for working on word parts; prefixes, dipthongs, rhyming words, or contractions. Phonics drills and rhyming can be reinforced. Even numeracy skills can be practiced by using the features number block and math square.
Great PBS site where you can find ideas for both children and adult students. Activities fall into a variety of categories, including creative thinking and problem-solving skills, cultural/social diversity appreciation and understanding, dramatic play and creative movement, and language and literacy skills.
The Linguistic Funland TESL –
Linguistic Funland's TESL site has many activities and resources for teachers and students of English.
The National Adult Literacy and Learning Disabilities Center
The New York Times Learning Network –
This site is designed for U.S. students in Grades 6-12 but can be used effectively with international students in secondary and post secondary programs.
United States Department of Education, Office of Vocational & Adult Education - http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/index.html?src=mr
This site deals with adult education, correctional research, school-to-work, vocational-technical education and national grants activities.
http://www.usatoday.com/educate/et/index.htm This is a daily education guide to the news around the world.
Workforce Education LAB –
Resources of work-related basic skills lessons for use by instructors in the workplace or in traditional adult education programs.