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ESL (English as a Second Language) W17

Free

with Tetyana Fournier

Jan 18, 2017 at 12:30 pm, runs for 18 weeks

Do you know someone in the community who is not a native English speaker? Would they like some help to learn how to talk with their child’s teacher, make an appointment with a doctor, or identify some of the things in the grocery store? Please welcome them to our community and help them to get in contact with us and we will provide English language classes. Students can enter the class at any time and there is no charge for instruction. Learners at all levels of English proficiency are welcome. For more information call 873-5754.

Classes run Monday, 9:00-11:00 am, Wednesday, 6:00-7:30 pm, Friday, 12:30-2:30 pm.

 

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New Books New Readers W17

Free

with Arlene Toulouse

Jan 26, 2017 at 12:30 pm, runs for 4 weeks
New Books, New Readers is a book discussion group for adults who are new readers or who are not in the habit of reading. The program is designed for adults of all ages, backgrounds, and reading abilities from beginning speakers of English to students completing their education. Participants will read and discuss nine books chosen from the best of children’s literature to open the world of books and ideas to them through conversation. This semester’s theme: Telling Our Stories. How do we tell our own stories? Why are they important? How do we decide what to tell? What do we learn from telling our own stories and from reading others’ stories? How and why do we share our stories with others? How do our personal stories connect to the stories of our communities and country? Each participant receives a free copy of all nine books in the series to keep. The program is sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council.
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Read to Succeed W17

Free

with Arlene Toulouse

Jan 19, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 16 weeks
Reading is an essential life skill. Does someone you know struggle with basic reading? We offer this entry-level reading class to help adults improve their literacy skills. Personal attention is provided in a very small group with dignity and respect for the adult learner




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