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How would you define ESL/ESOL in your own words?
ESL/ESOL is the teaching of the English language to nonnative speakers. Each speaker faces his or her own challenges in learning English. Languages do not translate exactly. In addition to learning vocabulary and grammar, there are a whole set of rules, exceptions, expressions, idioms that one... read more
ESL/ESOL is the teaching of the English language to nonnative speakers. Each speaker faces his or her own challenges in learning English. Languages... read more
Olya T.

Olya T. answered • 05/29/18

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How would you define ESL/ESOL in your own words?
Children who grow up with using a different language than English as a mother tongue require speacial strategies to learn English as a second language. The difference between their mother tongue and English may be profound, for example the alphabet, script and grammar may be entirely different.... read more
Children who grow up with using a different language than English as a mother tongue require speacial strategies to learn English as a second... read more
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How would you define ESL/ESOL in your own words?
Teaching those who speak English as their second language is very rewarding. I have found that students of all ages, and particularly adults, are beyond appreciative as they experience the ease with which they speak, write, and function on a higher level in all aspects of their lives. Both on... read more
Teaching those who speak English as their second language is very rewarding. I have found that students of all ages, and particularly adults, are... read more
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Annette P. answered • 03/20/18

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How would you define ESL/ESOL in your own words?
ESL (English as a Second Language) and ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) requires a multi-pronged approach to developing fluency in speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Each skill should reinforce the other, and in a private class, the focus should be on using students'... read more
ESL (English as a Second Language) and ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) requires a multi-pronged approach to developing fluency in... read more
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Marcelle H. answered • 04/02/18

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