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ESOL Conversation Café
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ESOL Conversation Café

Free

with Carrie Anne Powell

Calendar Next session starts at 4:30 pm, runs for 18 weeks

Practice your English in an informal, conversational manner led by an instructor. Every Wednesday - 4:30 to 6:00pm. No registration necessary!

ESOL033M Intermediate I: Academic Paragraph Writing & Vocabulary

$275

with Carrie Anne Powell

Calendar Next session starts Feb 2, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 10 weeks
2 additional sessions through Feb 25, 2019

Prerequisite: Recommended Accuplacer Next Generation score of 200-209 in reading comprehension and sentence skills and a 2 on the writing sample.  Also, Workforce Development and Academic Success Center staff discretion is taken under advisement.

This first intermediate course is focused on the introduction to the process approach to writing and development of reading fluency and vocabulary. Writing and grammar activities will be integrated through basic sentence structure and paragraph organization. Emphasis will be put on gaining skills to produce a clear and well-planned paragraph through learning capitalization rules, sentence and paragraph structure, & increasing vocabulary.

Required Textbook: Longman Academic Writing Series, Paragraphs to Esssays (ISBN: 978-0-13-466332-6) and Focus on Vocabulary 1: Bridging Vocabulary (ISBN: 978-0-13-137619-9)

 

ESOL055M Advanced Academic Essay Writing and Vocabulary

$275

with Nelli Dumanskaya

Calendar Next session starts Feb 26, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 10 weeks
1 additional session on Feb 26, 2019

Prerequisite: ESOL034M Intermediate 2 passing grade of a C on the Final 3 Paragraph Exam or recommended Accuplacer Next Generation score of 220-229 in reading comprehension and sentence skills and a 3 on writing sample.  Also, Workforce Development and Academic Success Center staff discretion is taken under advisement.

This advanced course is designed to facilitate the transition to college level reading and evidence-based writing. Students will use the process approach for writing a five-paragraph essay from primarily non-fiction texts, using the basic academic format (effective introduction with thesis, coherent body paragraphs supported by evidence, and conclusion.) Students will also improve their skills in reading and comprehension, grammar and mechanics, practicing a variety of verb and sentence structures necessary for college writing. This integrated reading and writing course will focus on annotation, summary, and critical response essay writing of at least 5 paragraphs.

Required Textbook: Catalyst 2: Writing from Reading, Brems, M. & Jones, S., Thomson/Heinle, ISBN: 978-0-6185-4974-0.    





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