Courses are based on Division of Adult and Career Education course outlines approved by the California Department of Education. The goal of SC LAMP’s ESL program is to equip students with the language proficiency necessary for personal, vocational, academic and citizenship goals so they may participate fully in society and support and advocate for their children. Courses are competency-based and designed to develop language proficiency through instructional activities that integrate four language skills — listening, speaking, reading and writing. In 2015, we added a beginning ESL class offered in partnership with Los Angeles Community College (LACC).
Literacy and language skills, Parenting, Financial literacy, Child development, Leadership, Community participation, Physical well being, Mind-body wellness
Level A – Designed to help students begin developing their listening, speaking and writing skills in English
Level B – Designed to focus on Level A materials but also includes a focus on communication and conversation exercises.
54 hours of classes designed to help students identify time phrases in sentences demonstrating the correct use of verb tenses.