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Easy English Times: Your ESL and adult literacy newspaper!

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A newspaper in easy English!
Are you learning English as a second language (ESL)? 
Are you teaching ESL, adult literacy or citizenship?
Would you like a free sample copy (USA only)? 
Email us at easyenglish@aol.com with your USA mailing address and we will send you a hard copy newspaper as a sample.  

It's time to order for spring classes. Short term orders are available. 
In our March issue...

After 17 students and adults were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, survivors are calling for a march on Washington to demand action on gun control. March is National Women's History Month. The honorees are listed. There is a story about Julia Child, a famous chef. What is your "recipe" for happiness? Our readers write from San Diego, California, and Atlanta, Georgia. What is your "brave story"? Our readers write from Bakersfield Adult School. Cesar Chavez Day is March 31. A film on Dolores Huerta acknowledges her important role in history and continuing work on social causes. It's the Year of the Dog. There is an easy exercise on a dog at work. There is a story and photos of sled dogs in Alaska. The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race starts in March. Happy St. Patrick's Day! There is a photo of an Irish Wolfhound. What are St. Patrick's Day traditions? Bicycle races start in the spring. A young BMX rider found success. Other sports stories are on March Madness, Major League Baseball opening day and spring training. We support family literacy. There is a play to read with children. Read Across America Day is March 2. We love libraries. There is a photo of Park County Public Library in Cody, Wyoming, and a tribute to the first librarian there. There are many instant activities in this issue, idioms, quotes and citizenship questions related to the content. All this and more in our March issue...

March Student Writing of the Month is from Bakersfield. Bonus Student Writing is from San Diego.

NEW - A pre-crossword puzzle worksheet is available to give your students additional practice!

NEW - Answer keys are now posted for Learning Activities and can be printed out!

Help celebrate our 20th anniversary!  

Easy English Times in the news

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Above, Mark Farfaglia of the USCIS San Francisco Field Office, administers the oath to 24 new citizens from 11 countries at a citizenship ceremony. It was held in Fremont, California at the library there on Aug. 2, 2016.  
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We love to print student writing! Every month we receive more student writing than we have room to print so we are featuring a few more stories here under "Bonus Student Writing." Also see "Student Writing of the Month."
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It is our hope that you will start by reading this newspaper then "graduate" on to reading community newspapers.

In a past issue... Why should you "Wear Red for Adult Ed"? Learn why and see the story and photographs of California ESL students and a teacher wearing red. (Click HERE for a special copy of the complete story and additional photographs.) Pictured here above, students from San Mateo Adult School in California.  "Adult Education Matters" is the message on the red shirts.  

Above, we salute student writers from Larkin High School, Elgin, Illinois.

Are you teaching ESL, adult literacy or citizenship?
Short-term orders are available. Email us about bulk discounts at  easyenglish@aol.com.

You can walk into the classroom and start teaching from the paper. Do you want tips on using any newspaper in your class (also useful for tutors)? Click here.  A Teachers' Corner is included. Easy English Times has instant activities for reading, writing and conversation. This newspaper is published to present relevant information and current events in an easy to read format for English language learners and adult literacy programs. Easy English Times can be used in multi-level ESL or adult literacy classes.   Do you need easy content for beginning readers? See page 3 of each issue for "Easy, Easy English."

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Citizenship -  Easy English Times has a focus on citizenship! Citizenship information is included in each issue.

Do you know someone learning English as a second language? Gift certificates for this ESL newspaper are now available. Click here for a gift order form.

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A newspaper in easy English!

Easy English Times brings a world of information to high school and adult learners. It's a newspaper written in easy English for those in English as a second language (ESL) classes and adult literacy programs. It is used in library and workplace literacy projects. It is used in jail and prison literacy programs. Published 10 times a year, Easy English Times is used in ESL classes in high schools, adult schools, colleges and other sites. It is used in family literacy projects. It is used by English as a second language (ESL) teachers and literacy tutors. It is used in citizenship classes and EL Civics programs. It is also used in EFL classes.

Classroom and individual subscriptions are available. Discounts are given for class sets. We accept school purchase orders and credit card payments. You can order this English as a second language (ESL) and adult literacy newspaper by mail, by the issue or by the year (10 issues). Contact us for international mail rates. We have added an online edition, especially for the convenience of international readers.

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You can receive this newspaper at your home. The cost for an individual subscription is $30/year for 10 issues. You will receive a newspaper almost every month. (There is one newspaper for August and September. There is one newspaper for November and December.)

Usted puede recibir este periódico en su casa. El costo por una suscripción individual es $30/ano. Recibir un periódico casi todos los meses. (Hay un periódico por agosto y septiembre. Hay un periódico por noviembre y diciembre.)