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LINCOLN NON-PROFITS HELP REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS WITH FREE ENGLISH CLASSES

Cool Story - LINCOLN NON-PROFITS HELP REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS WITH FREE ENGLISH CLASSES

Immigration to a country that speaks a different language than yours is one of the social problems faced by many immigrants in the USA. Due to language limitations, migrants may feel lonely, despondent, and antisocial, which frequently causes depression. Making friends with American classmates is challenging for refugees who struggle with speaking and understanding, and they may unluckily become the focus of bullying.

Additionally, it causes a lack of confidence, which prevents people from speaking out and engaging in class, ultimately leading to lost possibilities for employment and higher education. The linguistic barrier of their parents also affects young refugees. If their parents have trouble communicating in English, the kids are frequently forced to act as interpreters and assume additional responsibilities at home.

Schools can set up mentoring programs that pair refugees with American students so they can practice their English. Additionally, they can teach English throughout summer school to improve proficiency. Additionally, schools can provide ESL sessions more than once a day and make them more activity based.

In camps run by refugee organizations, English instruction can begin at a young age, be geared toward teaching children and make sure that pronunciation is covered. While they wait to be resettled, they can also assist refugees in finding English classes. To encourage integration, communities and refugee resettlement organizations can host special events or networking gatherings. They can encourage kids to play soccer and participate in other activities that give them a stress-free environment to practice their English.

An English class for immigrants is being launched by two non-Profits in collaboration. Community Action and Lincoln Literacy are working together to offer classes to adults to help them adjust to life in the US. These classes will teach basic English to help immigrants and refugees as well as teach advanced language to thrive in the job industry. Just speaking English will open doors to more opportunities in the service industry.

Community Action serves 500 individuals from low-income backgrounds among whom 40% are not native English speakers. They are starting new classes on August 30th. In Lincoln, Nebraska many people are living in poverty which is affecting the lives of their children. Mostly the cause of these conditions is the lack of proper skills and education needed to advance in jobs. That is why the center will not only provide English literacy skills but also other forms of literacy like math literacy, computer literacy, and health literacy which means people gain additional knowledge so that they can provide a better life for themselves and their families by getting better jobs. All of this will improve their lives in the states. It would help their children 

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