ADULT LITERACY RESOURCES

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

  • Grace Lutheran Church in Grafton

  • Literacy Services of Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin Literacy (www.wisconsinliteracy.org) 

  • Milwaukee Area Technical College

 

OZAUKEE COUNTY LIBRARIES

  • Cedarburg Public Library

  • Oscar Grady Library (Saukville)

  • U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library (Grafton)

  • W.J. Niederkorn Library (Port Washington)

  • Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville

VOLUNTEER OZAUKEE

  • Be the first to hear about ALC volunteer opportunities! Become a fan of ALC on the Volunteer Center: www.volunteerozaukee.org 

 

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

  • ESL LIBRARY:  www.esllibrary.com - Contact Program Coordinator for log on information. 

        Great site for supplemental grammar lessons, idioms, short blogs, podcasts for listening exercises and flash cards

       

  • LINCS: https://lincs.ed.gov/  - government site, no log on required, but must register to be a user.  Many American English resources including videos with audio.  Look at the bottom of the page for citizenship resources - Study for Naturalization.

  • Literacy Education and Second Language Learning for Adults - https://www.leslla.org/  - Check out Teacher Resources, Curriculum and Materials and ESL Literacy Reader.  Good audio books at various learning levels.

  • CULIPS - www.culips.com - a site for listening and comprehension.  Podcasts available for more advanced student can be used for homework.

  • http://www.esl-lounge.com -  Free site that offers interactive exercises in reading, grammar, vocabulary and listening for beginning through advanced levels.

  • http://www.usingEnglish.com - Free site that offers worksheets and resources for teachers, as well as tests and interactive exercises for students in beginning through advanced levels. Also has English reference area and online forums for students and teachers.

  • www.USALearns.org -  Good interactive site that can be used by students alone or with the help of tutors. Has many instructional materials divided into basic, intermediate and advanced level

  • Youtube - www.youtube.com - Many good videos explaining English language idioms and grammar.  Be sure to check the site before sharing with your student to be sure it meets your needs.

  • Ted Talks - www.Ted.com - For more advanced students, the site

provides great listening opportunities on a wide range of subjects. 

CITIZENSHIP

lesson plans provided for citizenship test preparation.

NEWS SITES

online - a sign on is required.  Check with the Education Coordinator for

the sign in information.

in simple English.

  • Newsela.com - Articles offered by level with vocabulary underlined.  Requires log on - check with the Education Coordinator for username and password.

GED SITES

The Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County is an independent 501(c)(3) organization 

715 6th Avenue, Grafton, WI  53024     |      adultliteracycenter@gmail.com     |     262-546-0020