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       The purpose of the English as a Second Language (ESL) program is to help eligible students improve

all aspects of their English language proficiency - speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

 English must become a tool that students use to build self-sufficiency and to become integrated into the

mainstream of American life.




       The ESL classes offer a great opportunity to practice conversational English in a variety of contexts:

work, money matters, family life, healthcare, education, transportation, entertainment, etc. Grammar structures

are incorporated into lesson activities. The NWA provides books and learning materials to participants to help

them learn new vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and increase their knowledge of

 American history, geography, culture, and literature.




      The classes have been running successfully since the early 1980’s. In the time of pandemic, classes

are conducted weekday evenings from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm and from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm remotely

via Zoom and Skype. We operate classes on managed enrollment bases as of now. One-on-one

or small group instruction is available upon individual request (call New World Association for the details).

    Before starting the class, students have to take the placement test.

The results of the test determine the appropriate instructional level for each student in the ESL program.

 To schedule the placement test call Irina Sapiro at 215-856-7316.


     As a participant in the ESL classes, you will be expected to: take a placement test;

set educational, career/employment and/or civics goals; get at least 50 hours of instruction; take the posttest;

and report your goal(s) achievement.





Payments and Support

For details

Please call :

(215) - 856 - 7316

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