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All ESL courses are non-credit.
ESL 0105 Basic Skills
A supplemental course for students in the low-intermediate level who is struggling to do well in the Intermediate level courses. 2 hours. Ms. Sanders.
ESL 0201 Intermediate Grammar
A high-intermediate grammar course which includes review and practice using English grammar. Topics include verb tenses, noun phrases and use of adjectives, gerunds, and infinitives, and phrasal verbs. Students will review and expand upon their knowledge of English grammar through listening, speaking, reading and writing. 3 hours. Ms. Sanders.
ESL 0202 Intermediate Listening/Conversation
Students practice and strengthen their listening and speaking skills, with emphasis on correct pronunciation and intonation. Students expand their English language proficiency through conversation, role-play, group and survey activities. 3 hours. Ms. Bitterman
ESL 0203 Intermediate Reading
This course develops effective reading skills through a variety of methods: Acquisition of vocabulary and idiom and focus on syntax will lead to accelerated reading. Identification of the main idea and supporting statements and analysis of context and relationships of ideas will increase comprehension. Discussion of content and paraphrasing skills is encouraged to aid in retention. 3 hours. Ms. Carroll.
ESL 0204 Intermediate Writing
This course is teaches the elements of accurate, communicative writing with a focus on the paragraph as the unit for written communication. Students learn the structure, components, and style of academic paragraph writing and demonstrate their understanding through multiple writing projects. Writing practice is based upon textbook exercises and class assignments in individual and group work. 3 hours. Ms. Williams.