ESL (ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE)
What is ESL and why is it important in adult education?
English as a Second Language is offered to students whose first language is not English. Support of tutors, instructors and other individuals can make the process easier for a student learning their non- native language. ESL classes are offered in various levels depending upon the entry level of the student. These classes build foundational skills to help students succeed in their educational and career endeavors.
ESL CLASS LEVELS
Beginning ESL ♦ Beginning – Advanced ♦ Intermediate ♦ Intermediate – High ♦ Advanced
For ESL classes and Citizenship preparation, check below for locations and give us a call!
CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION & RESOURCES
Need help preparing for your citizenship test and more?
Redding Library-Shasta Literacy Program
530-245-7237 or email Kimberly Ross, Kimberly.Ross@lsslibraries.com
Certified Representative – Bureau of Immigration Affairs Alice McFadden 530-241-5802 or 530-515-8400
Outreach Specialist – US Citizenship Sai Chang 916-492-7313
Bureau of Immigration Affairs/Certified Representative Alice McFadden 530-241-5802 or 530-515-8400
US Citizenship/Outreach Specialist Sai Chang 916-492-7313