A series of adult-level readers, each with accompanying tutor tips and a selection of useful exercises with free printable worksheets for each title. This is an extensive collection of student-written stories on the general theme of resilience. Short, easy-to-read stories for adults learning to read. A collection of stories told by adult literacy students, describing their life and learning.
6 Captivating Short Stories for Adult ESL Learners
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Can you ever be too old for Young Adult books? That said, even the most ardent lovers of the genre can occasionally get tired of all the, well, high school drama. A relatively recent category—it was coined by St. The protagonists, in the 18 to late 20s range, deal with issues related to college, first jobs, and changing relationships with family and friends. Another demarcation: more sex and cursing!
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Short stories are a great way for adult ESL learners to find common ground to have discussions. Even your shyest students might get so excited about what you are reading in class that they start to participate more. Discussions about short stories are a great way for your students to practice their oral skills. Having students read stories out loud during your lesson builds fluency, which in turn builds confidence.