• English as a Second Language (ESL) for Adults
    Class Schedule/Horario de clases por adultos

    Whether you are already one of our students in class or waiting to begin, or someone who is interested in taking ESL classes but haven't taken the first step, this page offers several free and paid resources to improve your English skills.



    English as a Second Language (ESL) for Adults
    Class Schedule/Horario de clases por adultos

    Class Schedule

    5131 N. Classen Circle, Suite 204
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118

    Email: okcread@communityliteracy.com
    Phone: 405-524-7323
    Website: www.communityliteracy.com


    Program Information
    The curriculum follows five characters through the intriguing issues they encounter with co-workers, customers, family and friends in a variety of realistic workplace and personal settings and situations. Project Success takes place in a workplace environment representing a sector of the economy in which the learner is most likely to participate in his actual work life. While the textbooks are contextualized in specific workplaces, the skills are transferable to other types of workplaces and to life in the community and academic life.

    7777 South May Avenue
    Oklahoma City, OK 73159-4444

    Phone: 405-682-7873
    Website: http://www.occc.edu/coe/esl.html


    ESL: Intermediate

    In the Intermediate level, students are able to have more complex conversations and speak about familiar topics. They will try to use more vocabulary, can read more complex texts, and begin to define words from context. Students can write simple paragraphs to express their thoughts on something.

    ESL: Advanced

    Students in the Advanced class can have conversations on a wide variety of topics and are able to clarify their meaning by rewording their statement. Students are able to read and make inferences, predictions, and summaries. They can also write multiple paragraphs on a central topic.


    In the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) class, students learn specific skills and strategies to successfully prepare for and pass the TOEFL. This test is a requirement for college admission for English as a Second Linguae students.


    The Citizenship class allows students to practice the knowledge and skills necessary to apply for and pass the Naturalization Interview Process such as the Civics Test, Reading Test, Writing Test, and Form N400.

    Due to the popularity of our outstanding ESL program, enrollment sessions are very limited. Please reserve your spot by calling 405-682-7873