Here are a few more places to help you prepare for the citizenship exam.
Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam. This page has sample sentences. http://passcitizenshipexam.com/
San Francisco Public Library Resource List. If you live in the Bay Area, this page offers a list of organizations that help with citizenship. http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=2000029501
Citizenship Study Guide. A page with flash cards, practice questions, and maps. http://www.citizenshipstudyguide.com/
If you are hoping to become an American citizen, you probably know you need to pass a test. The U.S. citizenship exam involve civics questions, a writing dictation, and a reading exam.
As you prepare, you will need to learn the answers to 100 questions about American history and civics. You should also study spelling words related to American history. Luckily, study guides are available for free at the U.S. Naturalization website. There, you can find study materials, classes, and advice.
There are definitely many study materials available online, but the U.S. Naturalization website has the official questions and it is free. Both aspects are perks!
ESL by Beth Crumpler http://www.pinterest.com/adaptivelearnin/esl/
Lesson ideas for younger students as well as some adaptations that help students with special needs.
ESL Ideas by Jonida Kollcaku http://www.pinterest.com/heatherelira/esl-ideas/
A board with a lot of TOEFL video links, visual organizers, and interactive activities that would be appropriate for a variety of ages.
Teaching English -- ESL/ESOL by Kristi Lisech http://www.pinterest.com/klisech/teaching-english-esl-esol/
Many ideas for adult students, including those with limited literacy skills.
ESL/English As A Second Language by Liz Carson http://www.pinterest.com/llcarson/esl-english-as-a-second-language/
Helpful links to articles on classroom management and language development.
Learn English with Jennifer is a great channel for beginners. This video is the first in her beginners series. It might be too easy for you, so I recommend suggesting it to someone who’s just starting. Who will you recommend it to?
This EngVid Video showcases James. He is my favorite teacher on the channel because he has great information and he’s not afraid to be a little bit goofy. As you’ll see, this video coaches you on habits to break when you want to learn English. Do you have any of the bad habits he has listed?
Now’s your chance to try out Rachel’s English. This is the first video in her vowel pronunciation series. Do you find it helpful? What do like about?
East Bay ESL is an English language school for learners in the San Francisco East Bay.