Depending upon the grade level, ESOL students receive daily classroom instruction varying from 45-55 minutes. The ESOL program concentrates on four areas: speaking, reading, listening and writing skills. The use of the Hampton-Brown Avenues series in small groups helps to provide thematic units that stress oral language and phonetic skills development. Language experience activities are also incorporated in the program. The Rosetta Stone and various other computer programs are used to develop language. The Natural Approach and Total Physical Response teaching methods are incorporated in ESOL classes.