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ESL Block - Level 2
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These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in reading, writing, grammar, listening, and speaking. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FOUR SECTIONS: #0946, #2974, 0965 and #1100.
ESL 422 GRAMMAR AND WRITING - LEVEL 2 4 Units

Prerequisite(s): ESL 420 or satisfactory ESL placement assessment.
Development of reading and writing skills for academic purposes. Readings in short essays and fiction; written practice in sentence patterns, paragraphs. Recommended enrollment in ESL 432. Maximum credit 8 units, 4 units each semester. No credit if taken after ESL 33A, 33B, 122, Engl 1A, 1B, 1C, or 100. Cannot enroll concurrently in ESL 33A, 33B, 122, 420, Engl 1A, 1B, 1C, 100, or 400. Total of 90 hours lecture. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass

   #0945  9:00am-10:20am MTuWTh  Lecture C151   PELL S      

ESL 432 ESL READING - LEVEL 2 3 Units

Prerequisite(s): ESL 460 or satisfactory reading placement assessment.
Development of word attack skills, vocabulary, study skills, and basic reading techniques. Recommended enrollment in ESL 422 or 122. Maximum credit in ESL 432 is 6 units, 3 units each semester. No creditB if taken after Engl 415, 130, or 14. Cannot be taken concurrently with ESL 460, Engl 415, 130 or 14. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass

   #0882 10:20am-11:55am M       LecLab  C151   PELL S      
         1.1 Hours TBA per week
       & 10:20am-11:55am W               C151   PELL S      
       &                 TBA             C151   PELL S      

ESL 446 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING AND LISTENING 3 Units

Recommended Preparation: ESL 456, 420 or 460; and enrollment in ESL 432, 422, 246 or 122.
Practice of casual and formal dialogues in commonplace situations. Everyday language functions and conversation management skills. Listening activities to enhance comprehension of daily topics. Idiomatic expressions and grammatical patterns common to spoken English. Maximum credit 6 units, between any combinations of ESL 442 and 446; 3 units each semester. Total of 54 hours lecture. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass

   #2333 10:20am-11:55am TuTh    LecLab  C151   PELL S      

Information valid as of 1/6/2012 at 7:54:03 AM