What’s ESOL ?
A program designed to help students that speak another language other than English.
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) qualifications support learners whose first language is not English. As they improve their communication skills, learners work towards fulfilling their potential in the workplace, in education and beyond.  ESOL qualification is one of the best ways for learners to gain the skills that will allow them to progress.
If English is not your main language, you can take an ESOL course to help you improve. ESOL courses are available at different levels.
The courses cover all aspects of English: speaking and listening, reading, writing, pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. The courses are general English but attention is paid, in higher level classes, to English for work/business/study; including: going to interviews, giving presentations, writing CV’s, cover letters, report writing, discussing topics etc.
What Goes on in ESOL?
Students are provided with opportunities to work in a small group setting in the ESOL room or in the regular classroom.
Students are provided with a variety of language supports from the ESOL teacher such as:
 Real-life objects
Pictures & photographs
Use of illustrations, diagrams, & drawings

Use of audio books
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