Click here to download the information on diversity: Download DiversityIntranetDeck2011
Anyone applying for U.S. citizenship, the applicant must pass the naturalization test. How would you do? The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services provides a naturalization self test study tool to test knowledge of U.S. history and government in preparation of the test. The actual civics test is NOT a multiple choice test. The civics test is an oral test. During a naturalization interview, up to 10 questions are asked from the list of 100 questions. 6 out of 10 questions must be answered correctly to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test.
Kennesaw State University and the Georgia Department of Education – Title III and ESOL
11th Annual ESOL Conference “Pathways to Success for English Learners”
February 7-9, 2012 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Keynote Speaker on February 7th & 8th: Debbie Zacarian
Keynote Speaker on February 9th: Deborah Short
Middle School & High School Teachers: February 7, 2012
Elementary School Teachers: February 8, 2012 OR February 9, 2012
Location: KSU Center - 3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144
Cost: $99 by January 13, 2012 (includes lunch)
Late registration: $119 - Must be received by January 27, 2012
Conference Information: https://education.kennesaw.edu/cepp/content/esol-conference
For questions or concerns: email@example.com
Are you interested in presenting? Click here to download the conference proposal form: Download Call_for_Presenters_instructions_2012 FINAL_11_1_11
Check out the videos below (When possible, the videos are provided via a link, an embedded player and as a mp4 file for your convenience.):
Collaboration - Effective Instruction for ELLs: The University of Minnesota has put together a comprehensive collection of videos and discussion questions that can assist ESOL and regular ed teachers in understanding collaboration in the push-in setting.
Trying to get a handle on the push-in model of ESOL instruction? Loads of information and ideas in the articles listed below:
DelliCarpini, M. (2008) Teacher Collaboration for ESL/EFL Academic Success
Haynes, J. (2007). Collaborative Teaching: Are Two Teachers Better than One?
Hoffman & Dahlman (2007) Together We are Better
Honigsfeld & Dove (2010) ESL Co-teaching and Collaboration: Opportunities to Develop Teacher Leadership and Enhance Student Learning: Download DoveHonigsfeld_Article
Saunders & Hart (2008) Educators share strategies to helps ELLs succeed
Many thanks to Heinle/Cengage for bringing Keith Folse to Cobb!
Click below to download Keith's wonderful presentation that was shared with high school ESOL teachers on November 10, 2011. Thank you, Keith!