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    2 courses found in Semester SPRING 2014
ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE  / ES101B
The English Language Institute offers a multilevel English language program for international students/non-native English language speakers.

The program facilitates student recognition, comprehension and production of level appropriate language in reading, writing, speaking and listening. In addition, course is dedicated to the form, function and phonology of English grammar. Classes meet Monday to Thursday for a total of 18 hours per week and satisfy the F-1 student visa requirement.

The English Language Institute provides a flexible schedule of classes that meets F-1 Student Visa criteria. You will get help with applying for the F-1 Visa and assistance with transferring from another school. If needed, help will also be provided for changing your visa status to F-1 Student Visa. Classes offered provide ways to improve your communication skills and TOEFL Preparation. We have experienced ESL instructors and a friendly and caring university environment.
EVENING ENGLISH SKILLS FOR ESOL LEARNERS  / ES101C
ESL 1 - Beginner

This intensive course is designed to teach non-native English language learners various techniques that will help them develop their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Practice Standard American English vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation to build confidence, fluency and accuracy in spoken and written English through interactive activities, language-based games and use of technology. To be successful in this course, students must: understand basic greetings, simple phrases and everyday commands; be able to say, read and write the alphabet, numbers and some common words and phrases; and be able to understand and answer simple questions about their personal lives and personal information e.g. name, address, telephone number, marital status both verbally and in writing.

A diagnostic test is administered to assess students' level of English ability.