ESL (English as a Second Language)


Mrs. Dulberg (the ESL teacher)
Interviewed by Taymonie & Tynasia, Class 601  

 


Q: What is your job in this school?
A: My job is to teach students with limited English how to read, write, listen, and speak in English.

Q: Are you pleased with your job?
A: I am pleased with my job. I like working with students with various backgrounds.

Q: Do you like your job? Why?
A: I do like my job because I like working with children that come from different backgrounds and cultures.

Q: Do you think that your job helps children in this school?
A: Yes I do, because I supply them with the extra services that they need to be proficient in English.

Q: What do children learn from you?
A: They learn the skills they need to become proficient in English. They learn how to become a native speaker in English.

Q: Do you think that the job that you have done with children will help them in the future?
A: Yes, I feel that the job I have done helps children learn the skills they need to be successful in their future careers. 


Ms Valescot