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Students need to bring paper, pencils, pens, and binders to school. ESL students should also bring a bilingual dictionary, either paperback or electronic. A good time to buy school supplies is in September. Many department stores and office supply stores have sales on school items. You can look in the newspaper to find coupons and ads. Most teachers give students a list of items they should bring to school. (4 pages)

Teacher Standing in Front of Board

Teacher

  • The teacher is standing in front of the board. She is teaching math.
  • A subtraction problem is on the board.
  • The teacher is holding a pointer.

 

ESL Student

ESL Student

  • The ESL student is sitting behind a desk. A notebook is on the desk.
  • ESL students learn how to speak, read, and write in English.
  • ESL stands for English as a Second Language.

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