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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)  Eligible for Financial Aid                          Contact:  KIM WHITE, ASST. DEAN 214 860-2228  

Course and Section Number

Day

Date

Time

Hours

Room

Fee

Instructor

ESOZ 1000 51111
USA CITIZENSHIP

W

08/20-10/22

6:00p-8:00p

21

A752

$100

Reyes, R.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the citizenship exam by learning the concepts related to U.S. government, U.S. history and the rights and responsibilities of being a U.S. citizen. In addition, this class will provide the opportunity to improve your English language skills while preparing for the Citizenship Exam. The last day of this class will be extended an extra 30 minutes.

COMG 1003 51100
WE: GETTING STARTED
WORKPLACE
WE:  INGLES PARA EL PRINCIPIANTE

S

09/13-12/06

9:00a-1:00p

48

A722

$100

Astorga, R.

COMG 1003 51101
WE: GETTING STARTED
WORKPLACE
WE:  INGLES PARA EL PRINCIPIANTE
S
09/13-12/06
9:00a-1:00p
48
A752
$100
Farley, J.
COMG 1003 51102
WE: GETTING STARTED
WORKPLACE
WE:  INGLES PARA EL PRINCIPIANTE
TR
09/09-12/04
7:00p-9:00p
48
A752
$100
Astorga, R.

Designed for students whose primary language is other than English. Presentation of industry-related basic reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Emphasis on high-frequency vocabulary (basic sight words) and phonics; refining oral and written production and listening skills for enhanced job productivity; and increasing control of the English sound system to minimize on-the-job miscommunication or misperception due to foreign accent. This course is for students who have never studied English and who have limited skills in their first languages. Textbooks required.

Este curso se les destina a los alumnos cuyo primer idioma no sea inglés. Exposición de habilidades básicas de lectura, escritura, habla y escucha relacionadas a la industria. Habrá énfasis en: vocabulario de alta frecuencia (palabras básicas que se entenderán a la vista) y la fonética, mejorar la escritura y facultades orales. Se requieren libros.

COMG 1000 51120
WE:  COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT l
WE: 1 INGLES PARA EL TRABAJO

S

09/06-12/20

9:00a-1:00p

60

A746

$120

Gutierrez, J.

COMG 1000 51121
WE:  COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT l
WE: 1 INGLES PARA EL TRABAJO

TR

09/02-12/16

7:00p-9:00p

60

A746

$120

Vera, F..

Provides on-the-job dynamic communicative practice for students to the use of language in a variety of relevant job-related contexts. Textbook required.

Provee práctica comunicativa dinámica necesaria para el empleo a los alumnos cuyo primer idioma no sea inglés; expone a los alumnos a los usos del idioma adentro de una variedad de entornos relacionados al trabajo. Se requieren libros.

COMG 1001 51131
WE : COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT II
LEP/ESL 2 INGLES COMO SEGUNDO IDIOMA 2

S

09/06-12/20

9:00a-1:00p

60

A810

$120

TBA.

COMG 1001 51332
WE : COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT II
LEP/ESL 2 INGLES COMO SEGUNDO IDIOMA 2

TR

09/02-12/16

7:00p-9:00p

60

W129

$120

Vargas, R.

Improvement in reading vocabulary/comprehension, as well as speaking, writing, and listening skills for job success. Focus on recognition and comprehension of idioms, analogies, antonyms and synonyms, and context clues. Interpretation of factual material and inferences associated with job-related communication. Textbooks required.

Mejoramiento de vocabulario y las habilidades de comprensión en la lectura, tal como las habilidades de habla, escritura y escucha necesarias para el éxito en el empleo. Habrá enfoque en el reconocimiento y comprensión de modismos, analogías, antónimos y sinónimos, y comprensión de palabras incógnitas a base del contexto. También se incluirá la interpretación de hechos e inferencias relacionados con la comunicación en el empleo. Se requieren libros.

COMG 1004 51131
WE:   COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT III

S

09/06-12/20

9:00a-1:00p

60

A833

$120

Farley, J

COMG 1004 51312
WE:   COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT III

TR

09/02-12/16

7:00p-9:00p

60

W128

$120

Upham, S

Designed for students whose primary language is other than English. The primary focus will be comprehending challenging industrial and job related materials. Emphasis will be placed on vocabulary development and skills acquisition, including determining meaning from context, identifying word forms and variation in meaning, synonyms and antonyms, context clues, connotation and denotation, and fact and opinion. Textbooks required.

COMG 1005 51141
WE:  COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT IV

S

09/06-12/20

9:00a-1:00p

60

A743

$120

Berman, M.

Designed for students whose primary language is other than English. Exploration of various reference sources and practice suggested proofreading techniques to assist with on-the-job document production

COMG 1007 51150
WE:  COMMUNICATIONS IMPROVEMENT V

S

09/06-12/20

9:00a-1:00p

60

A750

$120

Ajose, G

This course is designed for English as a Second Language Learners who are interested in academic English with the goal of pursuing an academic tract. This course reviews the basic elements of English and introduces more complex concepts such as modals, various verb tenses, parts of speech, and sentence structure. In addition, an introduction to writing elements such as simple paragraphs and composition are discussed and practiced.

DWRZ 1000 51180
ESL and SPANISH FRESH START

M-U

08/18-12/12

FLEX

15

World Language Lab R308

$25

Lab Asst.

¿Le Faltó  Inscribirse en su Clase de Ingles?
Siga practicando sus habilidades en el Laboratorio de Lenguajes Mundiales. Por solo veinticinco dólares, usted puede inscribirse en la ventanilla de Educación Continua y tener acceso a quince horas de estudio. Se puede obtener más información en el Laboratorio de Lenguajes Mundiales. Continue to practice your language skills in the World Language Lab. For $25 dollars, you can enroll at the Continuing Education window and purchase 15 hours of study time in the World Language lab .Continue to practice your language skills in the World Language Lab.

  COMG 1003 51190 – Communication Skills for Career Readiness

  S

  09/13-12/06

 9:00a-1:00p

  48

  B268

  $150

  Burns, J.

  Addresses essential listening, speaking, reading, writing and computational skills required for business and industry. The student will be able to demonstrate improvement of communication skills as it relates to successful job performance. This course utilizes Burlington on-line English and is taught as a Hybrid Class. Must have basic computer skills. This class is available to students who have completed level lll - V.