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Family learning for limited-English proficient parents and their pre-school children: an intergenerational approach

Corporate Name: Michigan. Dept. of Education

Publisher: Plymouth-Canton Community Schools

Published At: Plymouth, MI

Date Published: [n.d.]

Distributor: Clearinghouse on Adult Education and Literacy, Division of Adult Education and Literacy, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education

Source Address: 400 Maryland Avenue, S.W., Mary E. Switzer Bldg, Room 4428

Source City/State/Zip: Washington DC 20202-7240

Phone: 202-205-9996

Material Type: Instructional Material

Intended Audience: Student

Physical Media: Print

Subjects: Intergenerational Programs

Plymouth Canton Community Education in Michigan implemented an intergenerational English as a Second Language program because of the need for ESL students' children to adjust to the child care program. The goal of the program was to allow a non-English speaking pre-schooler the opportunity to adjust to an English speaking pre-school teacher, classmates, and an American pre-school atmosphere. Included are lesson plans for "child only" lessons, "adult only" lessons, and group lessons.

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