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ESL 0400 (7 weeks; 0 credit hours)

Introduction to Conversation, Linguistic Patterns of English and American Culture I

This introductory level course begins to build functional oral communication, reading and writing skills.  Additional attention will be given to grammar. The course is aimed at students who are preparing to undertake academic work.The course uses a wide range of resources.

 ESL 0500 (7 weeks; 0 credit hours)

Introduction to Conversation, Linguistic Patterns of English and American Culture II

This course continues to focus on developing functional oral communication, reading and writing skills. Additional attention will be given to grammar.  The course is aimed at students who are preparing to undertake academic work. The course uses a wide range of resources.

ESL 0600 (7 weeks; 0 credit hours)

Intermediate ESL I

This beginning-intermediate course emphasizes reading skills and continues to build oral communication skills to achieve conversational communicative competence. Additional attention will be given to grammar. The course is aimed at students who are preparing to undertake academic work. The course uses a wide range of resources.

ESL 0700 (7 weeks; 0 credit hours)

Intermediate ESL II

This mid-intermediate course builds on the conversational and reading skills of those for whom English is not their first language, and begins to emphasize writing skills.  The course also continues to build oral communication and grammar skills to achieve communicative competence. The course is aimed at preparing students for academic work in their major area of study. The course uses a wide range of resources.

ESL 0800 (7 weeks; 0 credit hours)

Intermediate ESL III

This high-intermediate course sharpens the reading and writing skills of those for whom English is not their first language.  The course emphasizes the capacity to sustain written and conversational competence in routine settings and contexts.  The course is aimed at preparing students for academic work in their major area of study.  The course uses a wide range of resources.

ESL 0900 (7 weeks; 0 credit hours)

Advanced ESL  

This advanced level course prepares students to read, write, and converse in a variety of more advanced academic and cultural contexts.  The course emphasizes the capacity to participate actively in communicative tasks associated with academic work, and with the events of American culture at large. The course is aimed at students who are transitioning into doing academic work in their major area of study. The course uses a wide range of resources.

 

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