ESL 030 - Foundations of College Writing
4 Credit Hours
This is the first course in a three-level sequence of writing courses for multilingual students. This course will introduce students to the basics of composition and help them develop personalized writing strategies. Students will learn how to write and revise essays through collaborative activities and detailed feedback from the instructor. In addition, students will improve their use of English by working in a web-based English language learning program.
Prerequisite(s): ESL 018 or placement by appropriate score on placement exam or permission of the ESL coordinator
Semesters Offered: All
This program provides services to non-native English-speaking students as well as native English-speaking students with non-English language influences in their backgrounds. Typical enrollees are: international students, resident immigrants, undergraduate students wishing to pursue a RACC degree or transfer RACC credits to another institution, and college graduates and professionals wishing to improve skills using standard American English. Students are placed at the appropriate level of ESL instruction through a combination of computerized testing and writing-sample assessment. ESL credit courses include the following:
The ESL program has a fully-equipped multi-media computer lab designed to support students in all areas of program instruction. This facility is located in Room 119 of Humanities Center in The Yocum Library.
For further information about ESL credit courses and placement, please contact:
- Dr. Elena Lawrick, ESL Program Coordinator 610.372.4721, extension 5094 firstname.lastname@example.org
The ESL Program office is located in Room 104 of The Yocum Library.
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