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ESL 010 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 1

Description: ESL 010 is designed for students at the low-beginning level of English acquisition. This course provides instruction in simple reading and writing, basic sentence and paragraph structure, spelling and phonemic correspondences, and listening and oral communication skills. Students read and listen to dialogs and compose and practice original dialogs. Other activities include reading of short stories or paragraphs, writing sentences and short paragraphs, role playing of everyday situations, listening comprehension, dictation, and life skills competencies. Lecture 224 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1288MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmMP - 204BOND , BETTEWAITLIST ONLY
1289MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 204FERNANDEZ-PRESA , ROCIO-
1289 note: This class is designed for students repeating Level 1.
1290MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmMP - 203WATTS , LARRY G.WAITLIST ONLY
1299MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmMP - 205TOVMASIAN , HASMIKWAITLIST ONLY
1299 note: For students repeating level 1.
1580MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmAU208SARGSYAN , ARUSYAK-
1582TTH06:30pm-09:30pmAD221STAFF -
1668MW06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 203KRAWCHUK , MIRIAM-
1668 note: Class is designed for students whose first language is Spanish.
1669MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmTR - 305YOUNG , LINDAWAITLIST ONLY
1671MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 210AN , HANNAHWAITLIST ONLY

ESL 020 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 2

Description: ESL 020 is designed for students at the high-beginning level of English acquisition. This course provides instruction in reading and writing, basic sentence and paragraph structure, spelling, verbal communication skills, listening, comprehension of everyday spoken English, and development of life skills competencies. Emphasis is placed upon the study of grammar and vocabulary necessary for everyday life and general understanding of spoken English.Lecture 224 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1291MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 208WORTHLEY , CHARLENE-
1292MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmMP - 205DERBEDROSSIAN , ROMINAWAITLIST ONLY
1293MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 301DER HOVANESSIAN , IDAWAITLIST ONLY
1293 note: This class is designed for students repeating Level 2.
1301MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 305TORIO , THELMAWAITLIST ONLY
1583MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmAD221KARGODORIAN , ANNETTE-
1672MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmMP - 203MAYER , PAULWAITLIST ONLY
1672 note: For students repeating Level 2.
1678MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmMP - 204WORTHLEY , CHARLENE-
1679MW06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 204BUNNELL , ANDREWWAITLIST ONLY
1679 note: This class is designed for students whose first language is Spanish.

ESL 030 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 3

Description: ESL 030 is designed for students at the low intermediate level of English acquisition.This course provides instruction in reading and writing, sentence and paragraph structure, verbal communication skills, comprehension of everyday spoken English and development of life skills competencies. Instruction integrates all four skills and stresses the grammatical study of verbs and vocabulary development. Emphasis is placed upon a general understanding of spoken and written English and overall communicative effectiveness. Lecture 224 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1294MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmMP - 116CARROLL , PATRICIAWAITLIST ONLY
1295MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 306CARROLL , PATRICIAWAITLIST ONLY
1588MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmSF117ARAMYAN , SUSANNAWAITLIST ONLY
1588 note: Preparing for college.
1589MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmMP - 116LIMINA , SANDRA-
1591TTH06:30pm-09:30pmSF117SARGSYAN , ARUSYAK-
1591 note: Preparing for workplace.
1680MW06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 208ROMULO , ALFREDWAITLIST ONLY
1680 note: This class is designed for students whose first language is Spanish.
1694MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 205SILVERIO , VALERIE-

ESL 040 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 4

Description: ESL 040 is designed for students at the high intermediate level of English acquisition. This course provides instruction in reading and writing, sentence and paragraph structure, verbal communication skills, comprehension of everyday spoken English, and development of life skills competencies. Instruction integrates all four skills and stresses the grammatical study of clauses, review of all tenses, and vocabulary development. Emphasis is placed upon the direct study of English grammar appropriate for academic settings and overall communicative effectiveness. Lecture 224 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1297MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 305YEGANYAN , NUNEWAITLIST ONLY
1592MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmSF118CHUAH , CHENG-CHENG-
1592 note: Preparing for college.
1593MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmAD221ARAMYAN , SUSANNA-
1675MW06:00pm-09:00pmMP - 116RYAN , SUSANWAITLIST ONLY
 TTH06:00pm-09:00pmMP - 116KARGODORIAN , ANNETTE-
1675 note: Preparing for jobs.
1681MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmMP - 205MAYER , PAUL-

ESL 050 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LEVEL 5

Description: ESL 050 is designed for students at the advanced level of English acquisition. This course provides instruction in reading and writing, paragraph and essay structure, verbal communication skills, comprehension of academic, professional, and everyday spoken English, and development of life skills competencies. Instruction integrates all four skills with special attention given to the development of writing skills. Emphasis is placed upon the direct study of English grammar appropriate for academic settings and overall communicative effectiveness. Lecture 224 hours.
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1682MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmAT217RICHER , MARGARETWAITLIST ONLY
1682 note: Preparing for college.
1683MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 209COHEN , HARRIETWAITLIST ONLY
1684MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 210SPEISER , ROBERT-

ESL 080 - BEGINNING CONVERSATION

Description: ESL 080 is designed for students who cannot effectively communicate in most everyday situations. Controlled dialogs and free conversations are presented as students participate in role plays of common, everyday topics including family life, working conditions, consumer issues, and academic goals. Clear speaking and listening comprehension are stressed in classroom drills and activities. Laboratory assignments may be added by the instructor based on individual student needs. Lecture 112 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1304MW09:00am-12:00pmTR - 307GRAMMER , KATHERINE JWAITLIST ONLY
1307TTH06:00pm-09:00pmMP - 204SATO , NAOMIWAITLIST ONLY
1596MW06:30pm-09:30pmAD221SARGSYAN , ARUSYAK-
1597MW12:00pm-03:00pmTR - 307GRAMMER , KATHERINE JWAITLIST ONLY
1600TTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 203KRAWCHUK , MIRIAMWAITLIST ONLY
1600 note: Designed for students whose first language is Spanish.

ESL 081 - INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION

Description: ESL 081 is designed to help intermediate students improve their oral communication, listening comprehension, and vocabulary. Pronunciation of individual sounds, word and sentence stress, and intonation patterns are practiced. Students participate using role plays and dialogs in paired and small group activities. Class discussions are also used. Laboratory assignments may be added by the instructor based on individual student needs. Lecture 112 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1305TTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 307GRAMMER , KATHERINE JWAITLIST ONLY
1308TTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 212SHIELDS , ROBERTWAITLIST ONLY
1310TTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 204BUNNELL , ANDREWWAITLIST ONLY
1310 note: Designed for Spanish speakers.
1617MW06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 212SHIELDS , ROBERTWAITLIST ONLY
1617 note: Conversation for jobs.
1618TTH12:00pm-03:00pmTR - 307GRAMMER , KATHERINE JWAITLIST ONLY
1619MW06:30pm-09:30pmSF117FALLAHI , EDWIN-
1619 note: Conversation for jobs.
1620MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmSF118FALLAHI , EDWINWAITLIST ONLY
1622TTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 208ROMULO , ALFREDWAITLIST ONLY
1622 note: Designed for Spanish speakers and conversation for jobs.

ESL 082 - ADVANCED CONVERSATION

Description: ESL 082 stresses fluency and clarity in formal and informal communicative activities. Activities may involve the preparation and presentation of reports, summaries, and persuasive speeches. Students are encouraged to use the vocabulary and grammatical structures appropriate to formal settings. Cultural subtleties such as body language are reviewed to maximize the production of efficient communication. Listening comprehension and lecture skills are also practiced. Laboratory assignments may be added by the instructor based on individual student needs. Lecture 112 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1309TTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 307YOUNG , LINDAWAITLIST ONLY
1309 note: Advanced conversation and accent reduction.
1628TTH12:00pm-03:00pmTR - 209COHEN , HARRIETWAITLIST ONLY
1628 note: Advanced conversation and accent reduction.
1630TTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 306YOUNG , LINDA-
1630 note: Advanced conversation and accent reduction.

ESL 090 - CITIZENSHIP

Description: ESL 090 is designed for students at the high-beginning level of English acquisition. This course provides instruction in reading and writing, sentence structure, verbal communication skills, and comprehension of everyday spoken English. Emphasis is placed on oral and written English necessary to pass the United States citizenship exam. The course content includes instruction in the history and government of the United States, and educates students in the steps to becoming a United States citizen. Lecture 64 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1676MW06:00pm-08:00pmTR - 303STARKE , DIANNEWAITLIST ONLY

ESL 1 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE LITERACY

Description: ESL 001 is designed for students who need to acquire fundamental literacy and communicative skills in English to successfully participate in everyday situations. Instruction emphasizes recognizing, printing, and using the alphabet; learning sound/letter relationships to read, write and spell; developing basic vocabulary, recognizing, writing, and using the numbers 1-100; and acquiring the language structure and communicative skills necessary in basic life skills competencies. Instruction integrates listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Lecture 224 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1300MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 301KHANBABIAN , ARMINEHWAITLIST ONLY
1302MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 302SARIAN , KATHERINEWAITLIST ONLY
1302 note: This class is designed for students repeating Literacy.
1666MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 209SIEGRIST , ESTHELAWAITLIST ONLY
1666 note: Class is designed for students whose first language is Spanish.
1667MTWTH12:00pm-03:00pmTR - 212MARTIROSYAN , SUSANNA-
1667 note: For students repeating Literacy.
1695MTWTH06:00pm-09:00pmTR - 302KULETO , LISAWAITLIST ONLY
1695 note: For students repeating Literacy.

ESL 5 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FOR OLDER ADULT LEARNERS

Description: ESL 005 is designed for older adult learners at the high-beginning level of English acquisition. This course provides instruction in reading, writing, sentence structure, spelling and phonemic correspondences, verbal communication skills, and emphasizes oral and written activities. Students read and listen to dialogs and compose and practice original dialogs. Other activities include reading of short stories or paragraphs, writing sentences and short paragraphs, role playing of everyday situations, listening comprehension, dictation, and life skills competencies. Lecture 224 hours.

TicketDaysHoursRoomInstructorNote
1576MTWTH09:00am-12:00pmTR - 212DEPIRO , CAROLINE MWAITLIST ONLY

 

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