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Reading Clubs

Reading Clubs: A Window to the World

Second language learners who can speak English and want to improve their listening, conversation, reading, vocabulary and communication skills can join a Reading Club. These popular small groups led by a volunteer tutor are a fun way to practice your English and get acquainted with great works of literature.

Prospective students must call the program office to schedule an assessment appointment and to register to a Reading Club. English language level must be low intermediate ESL or higher. Call the program office (510) 745-1480

Reading Clubs are held in all major Alameda County Branches,

including Centerville in Fremont.

Albany

Castro Valley

Dublin

Fremont

Newark

San Lorenzo

Union City

 

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  • Student Writing Website
    Essays on this website were created by students in the Write to Read Adult Literacy Program at the Alameda County Library with guidance from their teachers and volunteer reading tutors.
 

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