- Window to the World by Doris Edwards www.jesusfilm.org This a curriculum that has been create to accompany Campus Crusade's Jesus Flim about the Gospel of Luke. Each of the twelve lessons include a topic, earthy objective, heavenly objective, and a cultural focus. This curricullum beautifully integrates English skills as well as important culltural and spiritual concepts. The follow link is a review on this curriculum: www.cetesol.org
- Faith Encounters Series http://prov.ca/bookstore/tesol.aspx Two content-based, text-based (one on the chapter 11 of Hewbrews and the other on the gospel of John), task-based (well-designed meaningful, communicative activities), and function-based curricula. Volume 1, "Living by Faith", is 21 units and volume two, "Believing in Jesus" is 24 units. Each unit consists of about 8 lessons. This curriculum reflects a grounded understanding of current second language acquisition theory, learning strategies, and socioclutural aspects of language learning.
- Common Ground www.commongrounded.com Provides a cultural perspective that values what human beings hold in common and aims to imrove language skills as well as character. Topics include: loyalty and friendship, wisdom and education, ambition and work, and contentment and possessions.
- Learning of Jesus through English to Speakers of Other Languages by Doris Edward Published by South Carolina Baptist Convention (803) 765-0030, ext. 6200
- Literacy and Evangelism International www.literacyevangelism.org
- English for Life www.lifeenglish.net These Bible Exploration Workbooks seem more appropriate for a Bible study. It is definitely high intermediate-advanced reading skills.
- Open Door Literacy Program http://shop2.gospelcom.net
- English to Learn and Sing by Jan Dormer This is a self-recorded CD of Christians songs and choruses accompanied by a booklet of lyrics and one page cloze exercises, grammar and vocabulary questions. These exercises are meant to be short 10 minute warm-ups to an ESL class. Contact Jan at email@example.com
- The Side by Side is not a Christian-based curriculum, but it is a popular course book because the teacher's guide offers step-by-step plans for those who have never taught before. Also, with the clear illustrations, interactive activities and focus on communication, it is interesting for students. http://www.longman.com/ae/marketing/sidebyside/