ADESL 069 ESOL 5 Bridge ReadingWriting Cr 1 7 Wkly hrs 7 hours Lecture Built

Adesl 069 esol 5 bridge readingwriting cr 1 7 wkly

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ADESL 069 ESOL 5 Bridge Reading/Writing Cr: 1-7 Wkly hrs: 7 hours Lecture Built upon advanced language skills. It is designed for students with a high level of English fluency. (Pass/No Credit) Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor. ADESL 070 ESOL 6 Bridge Speaking/Listening Cr: 1-7 Wkly hrs: 7 hours Lecture Built upon language skills beyond high inter- mediate English. Designed for advanced level learners to prepare for matriculating to college credit classes. (Pass/No Credit) Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or permission of instructor. ADESL 071 ESOL 6 Bridge Reading/Writing Cr: 1-7 Wkly hrs: 7 hours Lecture Introduce students to the linguistic, cultural and study skills necessary for matriculating into college level classes at a community college. (Pass/No Credit) Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor. ADESL 083 Beginning Pronunciation ESL Cr: 2 Wkly hrs: 2 hours Lecture Improving pronunciation of American English for community, academic, and workplace settings for beginning students with basic English skills. Prerequisite: Orientation/placement testing. ADESL 084 Intermediate Pronunciation ESL Cr: 2 Wkly hrs: 2 hours Lecture Improve pronunciation of American English for community, academic, and workplace settings for students with intermediate English skills. Prerequisite: Orientation/placement testing. ADESL 085 Advanced Pronunciation ESL Cr: 2 Wkly hrs: 2 hours Lecture Improving pronunciation of American English for community, academic, and workplace settings for students with advanced English language skills. Prerequisite: Orientation/placement testing. ADESL 086 Conversational English Cr: 2 Wkly hrs: 2 hours Lecture Students develop conversational skills in English by discussing self, family, work, community and current events. ADESL 087 Fundamentals of Grammar Cr: 2 Wkly hrs: 2 hours Lecture A review of English grammar for non-native English speakers who have an intermediate or advanced vocabulary. Prerequisite: Orientation.
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Course Descriptions *See course description for prerequisite. | Campus Switchboard: 360.792.6050 or 1.800.259.6718 97 COURSE NOTES: H =Humanities, H/SP =Humanities/Skills Performance NS =Natural Science, SS =Social Science ADESL 090 Bridge to College Success Cr: 1-4 Wkly hrs: 4 hours Lecture Designed for non-native speakers of English, this course provides ESOL instruction in the context of transitioning into college level courses. Students will learn how to navigate the American college system from registra- tion through graduation while improving their English skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. They will become familiar with the culture, systems, and processes necessary for successful transitions into American higher education.
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