Examples of ESL curriculum:
Here are some ESL curriculums that you can use to teach your students. They are basic curriculums you will need to add much more time preparing and adding to those lessons.
The powerpoint slides are pictures of fruit with the names of the fruit. They do have some ESL games and some worksheets. It goes into detail about what fruit he or she likes. You still would need to add in warmer slides, reading sections, a song, and talking slides.
It does have the basic vocabulary but you would need to build upon it so that your students get results. It is a good starting point. It is not enough content to make a full curriculum out of it for your students. It would still take a lot of work.
It would still take about 2 hours to create each lesson.
It has 105 lessons. This curriculum would give you 35 weeks of lessons if you taught that student 3 times a week.
The ESL curriculum has videos, flashcards, and worksheets. It seems like you could create a very good curriculum with it. I would piece it together in a powerpoint lesson. It would still take you some time but it would be fun for students.
It looks like you should have some content for homework too.
It should take under 1 hour to create each lesson.
It would be more modular-based like Off2Class.com. Off2class would be a better starting point. It is more geared toward teenagers and adults. They do have some beginner lessons but not for the absolute beginner. It starts out around level 4 and geared to 11-15-year-old students.
You could tweak the lessons and content for younger students.
It should take you under 1 hour to create each lesson.
Off2class has over 600 lessons.
Cost: $8 – $107 per month
This is my curriculum. It is an ESL curriculum for absolute beginners. It has over 170 lessons for level 1. It is more of an integrated curriculum. You would still need to create your own homework and a few props. It is a solid curriculum to keep your student base and see improvements in your students.
This ESL curriculum would give you 56 weeks of lessons if you taught that student 3 times a week.
Cost: Pay per month per teacher
It is a good curriculum with around 90 lessons total for all levels. This would save you a lot of time in the beginning but at some point, you will need to create more lessons.
If you teach a student three times a week then you would finish everything in 30 weeks.
This would get you up and running to start teaching your own students.