English Language Acquisition (ELA) classes are classes offered to help adult, non-native speakers of English to communicate and increase their understanding of American culture. Communication skills such as speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar are taught using real life situations.
Classes provide an opportunity to increase your English skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening in order to understand and effectively participate in government, education, and workplace systems and key American institutions such as banking and healthcare. ELA also provides classes in US citizenship preparation.
ELA classes are free of charge. You can start at any time. Contact the Program Director at (406) 756-3884 to set up a meeting with the ELA instructor.
Fall semester classes start Tuesday, September 12, 2017.
Fall 2017 Class Schedule:
|Kalispell Campus||Tuesday and Thursday||1 – 4 p.m.|
|Libby Campus||Tuesday and Wednesday||1 – 3 p.m.|
ELA (English Language Acquisition classes) FAQ s
Who is eligible for ELA classes?
Any English Language Learner who is at least 16 years old.
How much does it cost?
Our ELA classes are free.
When are classes offered?
Our classes are currently offered on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
What are the classes like?
You will be working with other students practicing your speaking, listening, reading, writing, math and technology skills. You will also do some learning on your own.
Where are the classes offered?
Classes are offered on our Kalispell and Libby campuses.
How do I register for an ELA class?
Contact Margaret in Kalispell at (406) 756-3884 / 1-800-313-3882 ext. 3884 or Jane in Libby at (406) 293-2721 ext. 229.