CALL Program form Clark County library District kicks off its 2012-2013 ESL and Adult Literacy year

Windmill Library & Service Center, Las Vegas–Clark County Library District

 by  Albert Angulo 

 Las Vegas Nevada,  Last Thursday  July 26th The very noble CALL program from the Clark County library district  kicked  off its 2012-2013 ESL and adult literacy year , Due to the unprecedented success such program  have had  among  locals  ,classes and numbers keep growing, and ” The Guardian Express ” as a service to the community was there to cover the event and bring you all the details  : Sebastian Gonzalez, Carla Adkins, Sherena Burwell, Julia Cordova , Orlando Lugo ,Rhea Watson,  Jay Yeo all of them  part of the incredible executive team of  the program  as well as the team of Professors and instructors  Welcome the new  fiscal year and the  new Literacy Coordinator for  CALL program  Tim Mac Donald.
But, how does CALL  Program help Las Vegas  community ?
Note : all the classes help in this program are completely 100% free of charge
Reading & Writing (Adult Literacy)
These classes are designed for adults, primarily native English speakers, who want to improve their reading and writing skills. This developmental reading program takes learners from reading level 0 to reading level 6.0. Class materials reflect real-life situations designed to hold the interest of adults.

English as a Second Language (ESL)
These classes are designed for non-native English speakers who wish to improve their skills in reading and speaking English. Beginning classes are geared toward learners who have little or no prior knowledge of English. As learners advance through the program, they will master progressively higher levels of language and workplace and life skills.

Citizenship Preparation
Citizenship preparation classes are designed for non-native speakers of English who are interested in applying for naturalization and want to prepare for the civics and English test and interview required by the United States Citizenship Information Services (USCIS). These classes are suitable for learners of English as a Second Language at the High-Beginning through High-Intermediate levels.

2 Responses to "CALL Program form Clark County library District kicks off its 2012-2013 ESL and Adult Literacy year"

  1. Alberta G. Giraldo   September 22, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    I forgot to add that I am a bilingual speaker of Spanish/English, an American citizen born in Texas, and a registered court interpreter for Wyoming courts. I am also a freelance translator and have translated a great variety of documents and am especially good with English and Spanish grammar. Thank you again.

  2. Alberta G. Giraldo   September 22, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    My name is Alberta Giraldo and presently live in Casper, WY. I am planning a move to Las Vegas in late November 2017 and I am interested in teaching positions for a skilled and experienced teacher of Spanish, Adult ESL, and citizenship in your CALL program. I would like to talk to someone in the department who might be interested in my credentials or I would be happy to write to him/her via email. I would be available in December 2017 or January 2018. Thank you very much. My contact phone is 307-258-2386.


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