https://drive.google.com/file/d/18jHCcsYi17DsrjMoI4Fry2J_3cwxoXKC/view : English Language Proficinency Standards. PDF describes and provides embedded links to the next resource. Author: Xavier Munoz, Literacy Council of Northern Virginia
https://padlet.com/lcnvclassrooms/ELPStandard1 : Comprehensive access to lesson plans, standard alignment, easy materials and tons of information for the tutor. Can be used for reading too. Author: Xavier Munoz, Literacy Council of Northern Virginia
https://valrc.org/toolkit/index.html : Health Literacy toolkit based on topics with lesson plans and resources. Great for beginnning to advanced learners
https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship : The comprehensive guide to citizenship needs with full
VALRC's ESOL Training and Resource Page: VA Adult Learning and Resource Center provides links to data, trainings and guidelines that are evidence based
https://eslflow.com/jobandcareerlessonplans.html A series of pdfs, lesson plans and links to other comprehensive sources for the English learner to learn vocabulary for and begin the process of getting a job. (Great for Basic Readers too!)
https://www.valrc.org/learning/esol/resources.html: Specific ESOL session ideas and resources vetted by VALRC
https://www.valrc.org/learning/ielcivics/index.html: Multiple resources to help build civics instruction into sessions
https://www.valrc.org/learning/ielcivics/esl.html: Materials to help skilled immigrants find jobs and build vocabulary
http://www.cal.org/caela/esl_resources/digests/reading.html: Article on how reading level impacts English Language proficiency
https://www.commonlit.org/en/texts?genre%5B%5D=short+story&lexile_max=&lexile_min=&sort_by=title this site offers free, printable pdfs of classic and informational texts sorted by grade level. Great for supplemental reading!
https://www.k5learning.com/free-grammar-worksheets/second-grade-2 please explore the side bar of this site- parts of speech, sight words, matching and a host of other good practice for homework. Not just Grade 2!
http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/getting-know-developing-short-999.html?tab=4#tabs if you are looking for a lesson plan that is a change of pace, use this site. This particular page takes a biography (get biographies from SLC office) and invites critical thinkng skills around the book. There are many more free lessons on this site.
https://www.valrc.org/learning/numeracy/index.html: A collection of math resources and interventions to support tutor sessions
http://www.math-aids.com/: Free, printable, dynamically created worksheets for every math skill. Scroll all the way down or click on the side bar
http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/sol/scope_sequence/mathematics_2009/: These math lessons are highly tactile. First, click grades K-5, then check boxes next to grade levels (multiple boxes can be checked). Next, in the bottom right hand corner is a box labeled 'get lesson plans'. From there, you can open the various links to simple lesson plans.
https://www.valrc.org/learning/ld/strategies.html: A collection of sites offering strategies to help the adult with learning differences access knowledge
http://www.ldonline.org/article/Effective_Reading_Instruction_for_Struggling_Spanish-Speaking_Readers%3A_A_Combination_of_Two_Literatures This article provides background and instructional techniques for those with Spanish speakers who exhibit reading disabilities
http://www.ldonline.org/article/English_Language_Learners_with_Special_Needs%3A_Effective_Instructional_Strategies This article covers instructional techniques for EL learners with Special Needs