News for You is a weekly publication for adult learners that uses current events and human interest stories to engage learners' interest while building skills in reading, comprehension, vocabulary, and more.
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News for You provides adult ESL students and struggling readers with news and human interest stories that are easy to read and understand. These engaging, timely stories will help students build language, reading comprehension, vocabulary, writing, listening, and speaking skills.
Available in two formats: Print and Online
Seven weekly stories cover a wide range of topics of interest to adults, including world and national news, politics, health, sports, arts, environment, science, and human-interest stories
Simple sentence structure and phrasing help ESL and struggling students read about current events
Stories written at both the high-beginning (RL 3-4) and intermediate (RL 4-6) ESL reading levels make the paper ideal for use in a multi-level classroom
Every issue includes a crossword puzzle that is very popular with students
Vocabulary words are either defined in context or bolded—indicating that simple definitions are listed on page 4
A FREE Teacher's Guide with each issue includes:
Three pages of reproducible exercises to build reading and language skills
A complete lesson plan for one front-page story
Online Bonus: All paper subscriptions include online access to the two front-page stories at NewsforYouOnline.com. Use the weekly password at the top of page 1 to access interactive exercises and audio for stories and photo captions.
Online Features: Same features as the print edition, plus:
Audio for all stories
Interactive exercises, crossword puzzle, and word search
We are developing reading abilities in our classrooms and News for You, with its relevant and contemporary themes and topics, is very useful. Also the vocabulary at the end of the paper is useful for students and teachers.
Mr. Avi Karan School of Creative Learning, Patna, Bihar, India Via the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi