REEP Curriculum
At REEP, ESL is much more than grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Lifeskills instruction, student voice, and integration of technology are cornerstones of REEP’s instructional program. Students vote on lifeskills topics such as health, employment, child's school and transportation to determine the context through which they will develop their speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.

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Acknowledgements

This curriculum originated as The REEP Curriculum in 1982. The curriculum was revised in 1994 through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education. Through support of an English Language Civics grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the Commonwealth of Virginia, the 1994 curriculum was revised and made available online in 2003. REEP thanks the teachers and staff who played a role in the development of this curriculum.


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REEP makes its Adult ESL Curriculum and accompanying resources available online so that its teachers and staff can have ready, easy access as they plan and execute their instruction. We do not maintain paper copies of the curriculum, as it is designed to be a dynamic, online document. Other programs are welcome to use these on-line resources with the understanding that REEP will be credited appropriately. Written credit should appear as follows:

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