English as a Second Language (ESL)

ESL DEAF1  ESL for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Level 1

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Lecture: 1-122   

Foundations of English as a Second Language (ESL) and American Sign Language (ASL) for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

ESL DEAF2  ESL for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Level 2

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Lecture: 1-122   

Development of English as a Second Language (ESL) and American Sign Language (ASL) for communication, promotion of study skills, and career advancement.

ESL FDN  ESL - Foundations

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Lecture: 16-384   

Foundation level English skills for students with low literacy levels in English or native language. Fundamental skills in letter recognition and production, numbers, pronunciation, and vocabulary acquisition through the practice of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.

ESL LANG1  Language Skills Laboratory

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Lab: 1-320

Language skills including listening, speaking, reading, writing, pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar using various computer software programs. Designed for English as a Second Language (ESL) students awaiting admission into the ESL program and those already enrolled. Also open to American Language (AMLA), World Language, and American Sign Language students to enhance skills in the target language.

ESL LANG2  ESL Computer and Language Skills Lab

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Lab: 1-320

English language through reading, writing, listening, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar review, and practice tests using various software programs.

ESL LANG3  English for Special Uses

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Lecture: 1-112   

English as a Second Language (ESL) speaking, writing, vocabulary, and study skills related to career and technical education (CTE) and academic purposes. Critical thinking, cultural awareness, teamwork, and autonomous learning strategies.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
MW9:00am - 11:05amA. PowellONLINE-XXXX

ESL LVL1  ESL - Level 1

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Lecture: 16-384   

Beginning-low English vocabulary and basic grammar. Includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills practice on topics of personal interests, career, and life experiences.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Summer 202010716ESL:LVL1MTWR7:00pm - 9:05pmC. LopezONLINE-XXXX

ESL LVL2  ESL - Level 2

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Lecture: 16-384   

Beginning-high English vocabulary and grammar. Includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing practice.

ESL LVL3  ESL - Level 3

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Lecture: 16-384   

Intermediate-low English communication and grammar. Includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Activities include team projects, presentations, and exams in preparation for academic and career success as well as civic participation.

ESL LVL4  ESL - Level 4

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Lecture: 16-384   

Intermediate-high English communication and grammar through practice of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Activities include team projects, presentations, and exams in preparation for academic and career success as well as civic participation.

ESL LVL5  ESL - Level 5

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Lecture: 16-384   

Advanced-low English communication and study skills for transition into college-level and career and technical education (CTE) courses. Activities include teamwork, projects, presentations, and exams to ensure academic and career success, civic participation, and strategies for lifelong learning.

ESL LVL6  ESL - Level 6

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Lecture: 16-384   

Advanced-high English communication and study skills for transition into college-level and career and technical education (CTE) courses. Activities include teamwork, projects, presentations, and exams to ensure academic and career success, civic participation, and strategies for lifelong learning.

ESL PLVL1  ESL - Pre-Level 1

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Lecture: 16-384   

Literacy-level English skills. Basic skills in vocabulary and grammar through practice of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Summer 202010713ESL:PLVL1MTWR9:00am - 11:05amA. SunnaaONLINE-XXXX

ESL READ  ESL - Reading

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Lecture: 5-112   

English as a Second Language (ESL) reading skills for academic and workplace success. Pre-reading, skimming, main ideas, details, conclusions, vocabulary building, and summarizing.

ESL SPKA  ESL - Speaking A

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Lecture: 1-112   

Beginning level English listening and speaking skills. Focus on vocabulary development, simple conversations, short presentations, and pronunciation.

ESL SPKB  ESL - Speaking B

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Lecture: 1-112   

Intermediate level English oral proficiency in areas of pronunciation, listening comprehension, and speaking. Speaking with clarity and fluency while presenting ideas and opinions. Ability to actively listen and engage in familiar conversation topics.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Summer 202012268ESL:SPKBMW9:00am - 1:05pmK. RodriguezWASHEL-XXXX

ESL SPKC  ESL - Speaking C

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Lecture: 1-112   

Advanced level English listening and speaking strategies for academic preparation, workplace advancement, and civic participation. Focus is on fluency, vocabulary, grammatical accuracy, and appropriate social register.

ESL SPKP1  ESL - Speaking A for Beginners (Pre-1)

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Lecture: 1-112   

Literacy level English listening comprehension and speaking skills. Activities include repetition exercises, listening and responding to simple conversations, retelling stories, and pronunciation practice.

ESL TOEFL  TOEFL Preparation (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

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Lecture: 1-112   

Advanced reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills in preparation for standardized tests, such as Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

ESL VHLTH  ESL for Health Professionals

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Lecture: 1-112   

Advanced speaking, writing, vocabulary, and study skills related to careers in healthcare. Critical thinking, cultural awareness, teamwork, and autonomous learning strategies.

ESL WRTA  ESL - Writing A

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Lecture: 1-112   

Beginning level reading and writing skills using familiar topics and American customs. Focus is on combining sentences and learning vocabulary.

ESL WRTB  ESL - Writing B

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Lecture: 1-112   

Intermediate level reading and writing using a variety of reading materials and writing topics. Abridged book reports, process writing, and peer editing, primarily at paragraph level.

ESL WRTC  ESL - Writing C

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Lecture: 1-112   

Advanced level reading and writing proficiency using a range of genres. Process writing to facilitate academic preparation and workplace advancement. Focus on interpretation of authentic material and development of editing strategies.

ESL WRTP1  ESL - Writing A for Beginners (Pre-1)

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Lecture: 1-112   

Reading and writing skills that establish foundation for English literacy. Material is based on personal life, familiar topics, and American customs. Focus is on vocabulary, introduction to reading passages, and accuracy in sentence-level writing.

ESL 21S  ESL Accent Reduction

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Lecture: 36   

Pronunciation for non-native speakers with emphasis on analysis of individual strengths and weaknesses. Focus on improving articulation, stress, intonation patterns, and listening.

ESL 70  Basic to Intermediate Writing and Reading

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Lecture: 90   

Basic to intermediate level accelerated writing and reading for non-native speakers with an emphasis on preparation for academic writing, critical thinking, and vocabulary development.

ESL 80  Intermediate to Advanced Writing and Reading

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Lecture: 90   

Intermediate to advanced accelerated writing and reading for non-native speakers with an emphasis on preparation for academic writing, critical thinking, and vocabulary development.

ESL 90  Accelerated Developmental Writing for ESL

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Lecture: 90   

Develops English language reading, writing, and communicating proficiency while nurturing metacognitive and critical thinking skills in a thematic context to prepare English language learners for college-level course work.

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