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"The land flourished because it was fed from so many sources--because it was nourished by so many cultures and traditions and peoples." ― Lyndon B. Johnson

Included in this section are resources focused on writing grants, immigration data and statistics, IEL/Civics instruction, and workplace preparation.

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Charlottesville Adult Learning Center's Naturalization Curriculum
The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the naturalization interview and test.

ESOL - Civics Curriculum Framework
The Charlottesville (Virginia) Adult Learning Center ESL Curriculum is a framework for guiding instruction and addressing students' English language learning needs and goals within a sequenced program.

EL/Civics Online
This series of online courses will assist teachers in creating interesting, effective ESL lessons in U.S. History, U.S. Government, and Civics.

Civics and Citizenship Toolkit
The toolkit contains a range of useful materials to help your organization begin or enhance a collection for immigrants. It is composed of immigration and civics publications, handbooks, guidance on product usage, and multimedia tools.

ESL, Civics, and Citizenship Education Guide
This guide provides a curriculum and corresponding activities so that teachers of adult English for Speakers of Other Languages at all levels might incorporate civics and citizenship education into the regular adult ESOL classroom curriculum.

Email us to request a copy of the guide.

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