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ESL II

You will find this class full of opportunity for you to continue your success!

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This ESL course is designed to develop language proficiencyin the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, developed inthe context of everyday life situations.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Lower Levels. 12:30-3:30pm

Tuesday, Thursday. Higher Levels, 12:30-3:30pm

Some of the components of this student centered course:

American Pronunciationand Conversation, listening and speaking.

Everyday phrases

Forms and Charts

Identify studentrights and responsibilities related to the educational program

Identify and visitclassrooms with adult basic education, local college programs and CTE courses.

Identify differentmodes of instruction. eg: digital literacy.

Awareness of GoalSetting, both short and long term

Identify appropriateclassroom behavior and time management skills.

A wide variety ofactivities integrating language and culture.

Students to takeactive roles in their learning, transferring critical thinking to real problemsolving in their everyday lives.

Evaluation byobservation, applied performance, paper and pencil tests, simulation, portfolioand textbook tests as well as CASAS achievement tests may all be used.

An understanding ofpromotional proficiencies.

Example of Resources, including but not limited to:

  • StepForward Series, Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Lisa Wanage.
  • ClearSpeech, Judy Gilbert
  • Grammar inContext, Sandra Elbaum
  • What aLife! Stories of Amazing of Amazing People, Milada Broukal
  • EverydayConversation in Everyday Life, 1 and 2. Tna Kasloff Carver and Sandra DouglasFotinos
  • GrammarStep by Step, Ralph Boggs and Robert Dixon
  • Series ofworksheets from different sources eg: digital.
  • Grammar ToGo, Robert Dixson