ELL/ESL

K–8 ELL and Adult ESL

An accurate count of everyone living in the United States is critically important—and families with limited proficiency in English are among the most at risk for not responding to the 2010 Census. The 2010 Census: It’s About Us program is relevant for a wide variety of English language learning environments. With these lessons, English Language Learners will practice English listening, reading, and speaking skills while also learning the importance of their participation in the 2010 Census.

Click on the links below for teaching tools and resources created specifically for English Language Learners to help ensure that their community is counted.

K–8 ELL materials


ELL K-2 Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: It's About Us
About the Census

Lesson 2: Why You Count
Community Participation

ELL 3-4 Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: It's About Us
About the Census

Lesson 2: Why You Count
Community Participation


ELL 5-6 Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: It's About Us
About the Census

Lesson 2: Why You Count
Community Participation

ELL 7-8 Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: It's About Us

About the Census

Lesson 2: Why You Count
Community Participation

Scope and Sequence

Standards



Adult ESL materials

Adult ESL Lesson 1: About the Census

Adult ESL Lesson 2: Who Counts?

Adult ESL Lesson 3: Your Part in the Process

Adult ESL Lesson 4 : Census Conversations

Adult ESL Lesson 5: It’s Confidential


Adult ESL Quiz

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