English as a Second LanguageSchool of Language and Literature
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ESL 39E LEARNING ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES 2E 5 Units [Prerequisite: ESL 29A, ESL 29B, and ESL 29C, or equivalent; or ESL 29D and ESL 29E, or equivalent. Recommended Concurrent Enrollment: ESL 39D.] Offers second semester of ESL. Provides for accelerated language development of academic English for English language learners. Focuses on intensive practice in academic reading, critical thinking, and speaking around a single content-based theme at an intermediate-low level of English proficiency. [ND] [EFFECTIVE FALL 2014: DESCRIPTION. Second semester of Academic ESL. Provides instruction in grammar and academic language. Allows student to read narrative texts and produce oral presentations and summary writing at an intermediate-low level of English proficiency. Focuses on academic tasks, vocabulary development, and critical thinking around a single content-based theme at an intermediate-low level of English proficiency. Includes computer skills for creating academic PowerPoint presentations. [ND]]
|Cls No.||Crs/Sect No.||Time||Days||Room||Instructor||#Weeks||#Seats|
|84540||ESL 39E 60||06:00PM-08:15PM||T||551||Mallen,Marion||19||21*|
MAIN CAMPUS - EVENING Begins: 1/21/2014 Ends: 5/30/2014 *Open seats as of Friday, April 11, 2014 8:14 AM
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