Professor Miriam is a New York State licensed Education Administrator.
Excerpt: ESL Beginning Level Curriculum Guide
The below beginning level ESL curriculum guide was designed to serve non-English speaking students who have lived in the United States for less than one year. They have a standardized reading and English test score at the first percentile and or speak no English or have had an interrupted education in their native language. Enjoy the students and teach ESL effectively!
Preview: ESL Beginning Level Curriculum Guide
ESL Beginning Level Instructional Goals and Objectives Beginning Level ESL Reading Instructional Goals
Read silently a short passage of at least two paragraphs in length
Demonstrate comprehension by responding to oral or written questions within his/her range of vocabulary and grammar
Understand written directions
Write a guided composition of 1 to 3 paragraphs using coherent sequence, correct syntax, and correct spelling
Use correctly the basic punctuation marks of period, coma and capitalization
Students will understand the beginning level grammatical structures as a basis for developing reading and writing skills
Listening and Speaking
Develop ability to discriminate and produce the vowel and consonant sounds of English,
Comprehend routine classroom directions oral and written
Produce sentences, responses to questions, and connected discourse
Acquire functional competence in the use of the basic grammatical structures for the beginning level
Understand and use correctly beginning level words
1. Present tense: to be verbs
2. Pronouns: subjects, i, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
3. Articles: a, an, the
4. Nouns: plural forms (regular, irregular)
5. Interrogatives: who, what
6. Demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those
7. Present continuous tense: verbs: to be
8. Simple present tense
9. Adverbs of frequency: every day, usually, seldom,
10. Prepositions of time: at, on, in
11. Interrogatives: how many?
12. Expletives: it and there
13. Nouns: possessive
14. Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, hers, its, our,
15. Past tense verbs: regular and irregular
Reading skills at the word level
Association of words with pictures
identification of vowels, consonants and syllables
identification of contractions and their long forms
Adore the students and impart ESL efficiently!
Please see our new ESL intermediate curriculum guide and student workbook with ready-made student activities, instructional plans, and a teacher answer key for busy teachers. Please see:
The ESL Intermediate Curriculum Guide and Student ESL and Spanish History Workbook with Answer Key
ESL Beginning Level Assessments, Curriculum Guide, Lesson Plans, Booklist,
Intermediate ESL: Course Description, Booklist, Assessments, Curriculum Guide
THE ESL EXCELLENCE INSTITUTE GREAT TEACHER RESOURCES
ESL Students needing free beginning level practice, go to: https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1wlfwpmSGZE2Iq_TIdDvcLkQvkM-jrqqL0BtwqzeRc5A
LEARN ENGLISH TODAY FOR FREE!
علمت اللغة الانجليزية لحرّة
APPRENDES HABLAR INGLES GRATIS!
APPRENDRE ANGLAIS GRATUIT!
APRENDA EL INGLÉS PARA LIBRE
APRENDA O INGLÊS PARA LIVRE
GREAT FREE ESL LESSONS