Tutoring - ESL (English as a Second Language)
RESEARCHquickstart has a listing of helpful ESL websites.
Students who are learning English as a second language may register for ESL courses, which emphasize listening/speaking skills and reading/writing skills. All courses, except those numbered "00" will transfer into a degree program as electives. For questions about these courses or for assistance in registering, contact your campus advisor.
ESL 0090 (3 credits)
Listening and Speaking
Provides the ESL student the opportunity to improve listening and speaking skills. The focus is on notetaking, weekly speaking and listening exercises, increasing vocabulary, and comprehension0.
ESL 0091 (3 credits)
Reading and Writing
Provides the ESL student the opportunity to improve reading and writing skills. Emphasis is on word recognition, vocabulary, pronunciation, and comprehension. Emphasis in writing is on grammar, spelling and structure.