ESL 035 - Listening & Speaking II
3 Credit Hours
This elective course assists advanced multilingual students in developing listening and speaking skills for active participation in social, academic, and professional settings. The course utilizes a combination of face-to-face instruction and an online interactive listening and speaking program, which significantly increases learning gain. To foster active listening skills, students will be exposed to various accents in the format of authentic news broadcasts, videos, and academic lectures. Students will also receive intensive practice in precise, strategic, and critical listening. To advance speaking skills, students will improve accuracy and fluency in pronunciation and develop strategies of effective communication. During the course, students will produce several presentations which will be audio and video recorded and provided with instructor’s feedback.
Prerequisite(s): Placement by recommendation
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:
- Eleisha Moreno, 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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