Monday, November 11, 2013

Lafayette Adult Resource Academy use real-life situations to teach ESL

These advanced classes help English learners to pronounce words correctly and learn words they use in their day-to-day lives.   - - Donna Poisl

Written by Mikel Livingston

Walking through her English language learning classroom at Lafayette Adult Resource Academy renews Meg Foley’s faith in the human condition.

“All you have to do is look in here,” said Foley. “It’s the joy of everyone here being together, the eagerness of the students. They come to class wanting to learn. I’m always amazed.”

Foley teaches advanced and intermediate classes, part of a free English program offered by LARA that currently reaches more than 350 English language learners in the Lafayette area.
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