English learners write about their favorites
San Diego Union Tribune: 5.15.2017
Participants in the Laubach English as a Second Language (ESL) Program at the Ramona Library held their 2017 Focus on Writing Celebration recently at the library.
The writing event is held every year in the spring to give English learners the opportunity to use their writing skills and to encourage writing. This year 15 learners from beginner to intermediate levels wrote on the topic, “My Favorite ...”
Each participant was awarded a certificate and a book donated by the Laubach Literacy Council of San Diego County (LLCSDC). The council in partnership with the San Diego County Library offers ESL classes in libraries, including the Ramona Branch, as well as in other non-library centers.
About 250 tutors serve an estimated 800 adult learners throughout the county making LLCSDC the largest totally volunteer ESL organization in the county. READ MORE @