ESOL News Issue 2
Date posted: 09 July 2012
ESOL News aims to keep students and their teachers informed about the policy changes and developments affecting them as well as giving students the opportunity to contribute to debate and the longer term future and direction of ESOL provision. ESOL News aims to be a regular topical newsletter for the ESOL community written by students and teachers themselves. In issue 2 we feature the recent changes to immigration rules and the ESOL Manifesto, as well as student views on exams and their poems and stories.
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ESOL News is accompanied by a range of teaching and learning materials at different levels based on the articles and stories in the main publication. Our aim is to provide teachers with a topical and timely resource bank which will inform and support teachers to address real-world issues affecting students in their classrooms. Materials (both paper-based and online) as well as an 'interactive' version of ESOL News and lots of other resources and ideas are available on our website.
We are keen to hear from students and teachers who would like to help and contribute to future issues. Please get in touch with us if you want to get involved. We'd also appreciate constructive feedback on what we have done so far.