January 6, 2010 > Write to Read tutoring classes
Write to Read tutoring classes
Submitted By Luis Kong, Ed.D.
Beginning January 11, free small group and one-to-one tutoring for reading, writing, spelling and comprehension are being offered by the Write to Read Adult Literacy program at the Alameda County Library (Fremont Main Library).
A student who took Write to Read's 'Spelling and Writing' class wrote, "I filled out a job application on my own and answered the written questions on my own. I did not have to ask someone else how to do it." Another student said, "I am glad this class is here for me, and people like me that need help."
Students benefit from basic adult classes taught by enthusiastic, professional teachers and tutors. Tell a friend.
If you are a second-language learner who speaks English, but wants to practice conversation, reading and writing skills, join a Window to the World Reading Club. These popular small groups are well attended by learners who want to get acquainted with American culture and idioms, or who want to practice their English and meet interesting people from all over the world. There are eight groups scheduled to start in January. You must first register to attend.
To register call (510) 745-1480. All adult tutoring services are free. For more information or for an application go to: www.write2read.wordpress.com or www.aclibrary.org.
Write to Read Tutoring Classes
Beginning January 11
Fremont Main Library
2450 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont
(510) 745-1480 Program
www.write2read.wordpress.com or www.aclibrary.org
Free of charge but pre-registration required.