Wednesday, April 16, 2014

USCIS Volunteer Training

USCIS VOLUNTEER TRAINING

Introduction

Volunteers are vital to the success of adult citizenship education programs. This series of training modules provides essential introductory information to volunteers in adult citizenship education classrooms or other learning environments. These training modules are designed to provide volunteers with a basic understanding of adult second language acquisition and the naturalization process, including the interview and test. After reviewing the modules, volunteers can use this information to help prepare learners for the naturalization process. The volunteer modules can be reviewed in any order.
This module will provide you with a basic understanding of the naturalization process.
This module will provide you with a basic understanding of who is applying for naturalization and the benefits and privileges of U.S. citizenship.
This module will provide you with a basic understanding of the characteristics and educational needs of adult learners as well as how their needs are different from other learners.
This module will provide you with a basic understanding of the English language skills and civics knowledge needed for the naturalization interview and test.
This module will provide you with basic strategies for helping adult learners acquire the English language skills and civics knowledge they will need for the naturalization interview and test.
This module will provide you with basic ideas on how to prepare and develop a lesson plan.
This module will provide you with basic ways to assess learner proficiency levels and how to determine if learners are making progress.
This module will provide you with links to educational resources.

1 comment:

Ellis Mathew said...

I appreciate your sharing! It will surely help educate and prepare adult learners for each step of the naturalization process.

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