Do you want to enrich your English vocabulary as a family? This program offers an excellent opportunity

If English is your second language and you want to improve your skills, Orange County Library System offers a virtual program designed for families. Non-native speakers can participate in English for Families which focuses on reading strategies and fundamental English vocabulary.

“We are thrilled to provide families with this multi-generational learning opportunity,” said Erin Sullivan, Director of Marketing and Public Relations. “This series gives children, parents and grandparents a chance to learn together in the same classroom. When they practice at home, they can coach and encourage each other to improve their language skills. It’s such a unique and rewarding way for families to learn.

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The literacy program provides a space and opportunity to practice reading and learning vocabulary for everyday use with your children.

“We provide a place where people are given words in their new native language to share their stories, inspire and evoke a call to action, or educate others about their experiences,” said Jelitza Rivera, English teacher for children. families.

This five-week program begins July 11 and ends August 10. Participants will meet virtually on Zoom twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.

Registration is now open.

English for Families is a partnership program between Florida Humanities and Orange County Library System. Funding for this program was provided by Florida Humanities and sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, and Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

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