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Fall 2019

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Wilton Continuing Education
Box 277, Wilton CT 06897
203.834.7694
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GED ESL & ELL Classes


STAMFORD ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION

FALL 2019 CLASSES

For more information contact

Suzanne Vega

Building One Community

The Center for Immigrant Opportunity

75 Selleck Street, Stamford CT 06902

Tel. 203-674-8585 Ext. 120

svega@building1community.org

ELL CLASSES (ONGOING)

Monday-Friday       9:30AM to 11:30AM

Monday & Weds.    6:30PM to  8:00PM

Saturday               11:00AM to  1:00PM

 

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM – VOCATIONAL ELL

English Language Learning instruction (ELL) is one of the main programs at B1C. We offer 4 levels of ELL, from beginner to conversational, and also provide English and Spanish literacy for adults who would like to learn to read/write, and English practice for the US Citizenship test. Dedicated volunteers provide all English language instruction at the center. 

To find out more about this program click on the link provided below:

https://www.stamfordadulted.org/Content/Skills_Development_Program_Vocational_ELL.asp

GED TEST PREPERATION PROGRAM

Adults who have not completed high school can now access the new 2014 GED® program tools though MyGED™ at GED.com, an online portal that serves as the central hub for all 2015-16 student resources. Students can sign up for free, find preparation tools, schedule their GED® test, check their scores, receive personalized study recommendations to improve their scores, and get support for college and career transitions. Also in MyGED™, students can take GED Ready™: The Official Practice Test, which will tell them if they’re ready to pass the real thing.

To find out more about this program click on the link provided below:

https://www.stamfordadulted.org/Content/General_Education_Development.asp

ESL/FAMILY LITERACTY

These classes are designed for limited English proficiency parents of pre-K to fifth grade children. English skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are taught in the context of life skills. Parenting skills and involvement in their children’s education are emphasized. Classes are offered in the morning and evening at Rogers International School. After-school parent-child activities are included. 

There is no charge to residents of Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Weston, Westport and Wilton.

To find out more about this program click on the link provided below:

https://www.stamfordadulted.org/Content/Family_Literacy_ESL_.asp

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Adult Education English as a Second Language classes teach people who are new to our country or who have not yet learned English to understand, speak, read and write the language. Skills used in daily life are emphasized. Classes are taught at the basic, beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. Students are given an appraisal test at registration (two hours required) and are placed in an appropriate section. Pre/post tests are administered at the beginning and end of each semester to measure the mastery of skills taught. Classes are offered in the morning and evening at Old Town Hall .There are neighborhood evening sites at Rogers School and Stark School.  Morning classes may include the use of computers. There is no charge to residents of Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Weston, Westport and Wilton.

To find out more about this program click on the link provided below:

https://www.stamfordadulted.org/Content/English_as_a_Second_Language.asp

 

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