How to magically write on paper - Learn a Trick
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One of the library’s goals in serving immigrants is to help them adapt to their new country as quickly as possible. Begun by NAP and now coordinated by the library’s Adult Learner Program, Queens Library runs the largest library-based ESOL program in the country. The ESOL coordinator supervises a staff of teachers with Master’s degrees who are experienced in teaching English to adults. Each year over three thousand students from more than 80 different countries and who speak fifty different languages take classes. Special features of the curriculum, which is based on everyday situations, include a library orientation, ensuring that all students register for library cards, thus making them feel part of the library user community and increasing their opportunities for acculturation. Students are introduced to the computer and its use. They receive an introduction to the Web, with a selection of sites tailored to their interests, including how to get daily news from their home country! Students can also study at the 7 Adult Learning Centers located throughout Queens using computer programs or join an English conversation group led by trained volunteers. We also offer ESOL literacy classes for immigrants who are not literate in their native language. Smaller classes allow for individualized attention and begin with how to hold a pen, and how to write on paper. Half of the students completing this class are ready to move into a regular ESOL class the following year--a very good success rate. Family literacy is another area where Queens Library plays an important role. Two models exist, the first is a partnership with a public school where the parent & child learn together after school hours. This includes understanding the public school system, helping with homework, parenting skills and field trips. Another model targets parents with preschoolers, including activities for children, ESOL for parents and learning activities together such as reading to the child and playing games to aid in child development.
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You write something on a sheet of paper and it's not visible. It magically comes to light when you show it over a flame. Learn how to magically write on paper...
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