Synopses & Reviews
Millions of Spanish-speaking immigrants enroll in ESL (English as a Second Language) classes every year. This curriculum-based guide offers practical examples, exercises, and quizzes to quickly and effectively bolster English skills.
- Content follows prescribed ESL curriculum to encourage teacher recommendations- ESL programs are the fastest growing type of adult education programs- Lower price and lively format make this an affordable, approachable book
For Spanish-speaking students enrolled in ESL (English as a Second Language), this book is a sound, curriculum-based approach to everything from English grammar and vocabulary to navigating American society.
About the Author
Margaret Fernandez is an ESL professor at Rutgers University. She has taught ESL at Colgate University and the University of Puerto Rico. Teaching since 1983, she has a BA in modern language studies (University of Puerto Rico) and a Master's in ESL (Inter-American University of Puerto Rico.)
Danilo H. Figueredo is an author, teacher, and librarian specializing in Latino language, culture, and history. He holds Master's degrees in both Library Science (Rutgers) and Latin American Literature (NYU). He is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Latin History and Culture.