English for Successful Living at Holy Innocents Church


PROGRAM DETAILS
Description

LaAmistad English for Successful Living offers English classes to anyone whose first language is not English and who has no language proficiency or limited proficiency in English. Classes are taught by volunteers who receive training in ESL strategies and practices. Students are placed in classes based on their language proficiency level. To obtain this level, a placement test is administered at registration. Textbooks are used in all classes. The first part of the lesson is offered on Tuesday and the second part is offered on Thursday. Saturday classes cover both lessons introduced during the week. Students may register for individual classes or attend both classes during the week or just join the Saturday classes. Classes during the Fall and Winter session are 12 weeks. Summer classes are usually 8 weeks.

Days & Times

Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00pm – 8:30pm Saturdays 9:00am – 12:00pm

Location

Rooms 501 – 504 in the Lower School Area

PROGRAM NEEDS
How you can get involved

If you are interested in volunteering as a teacher, email us at or signup online. After receiving your email inquiry, you will receive an email with information about the program as well as dates and times for informal interviews and training. All volunteer teachers receive training in the use of ESL strategies, textbook and lesson plans, and the operations manual. We also accept volunteers to serve as teachers assistants. Training is provided for these positions also. We welcome anyone interested in becoming a part of LaAmistad English for Successful Living.

Types of volunteers needed

Volunteer Teachers and Teachers' Assistants



Wish List
  • Paper
  • Pencils
  • Ink pens
  • Pad paper
  • CD Players
CHURCH INFORMATION
Address
Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church
805 Mount Vernon Highway
Atlanta, GA 30327

Church Website
www.holyinnocents.org
Program Contact
Glynis Terrell

404-255-4023 ext. 116

Special Thanks To...
Dollar General, Episcopal Charities, Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church, and the Sandy Springs Society