Program Objective: This program is designed for non-native speakers living in the United States that desire to improve their English skills. The objective of this academic program is to provide practical training of the English Language to individuals who already possess a knowledge, training, and skill set to obtain gainful employment. The students will develop the skills necessary to achieve an appropriate competence in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Upon completion, the student should have a basic understanding of the language and be proficient to engage in communication activities that may arise in everyday situations.
Program Description: This program is designed to provide students with the ability to communicate in English for gainful employment. The English as a Second Language program is a vocational program that covers the 4 basic forms of communications: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. There are daily assessments in the form of homework and class participation in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Some classes will be taught using Google Classroom and other social media application. The program goal is to have the student competent to be gainfully employed in a fulfilling occupation where English is spoken.
This program is taught in two modalities:
100% online (Interactive Distance Learning – IDL) No Externship hours are performed in this program.
ESL 001 - Beginners ( Credits 16 - 240 Hours)
This is an introductory course designed to assist students in developing the ability to understand and to express themselves correctly in simple everyday and job-related situations. Emphasis is placed on developing the ability to understand and manipulate verbal expressions in order to correctly establish communication in more complex everyday and professional settings. Students will develop the appropriate vocabulary and key grammar points to achieve this goal.
ESL 002 Intermediate (Credits 16 - 240 Hours)
This course is designed to assist students in developing the ability to understand and to express themselves correctly in more elaborate everyday and job-related situations. They will also further develop the ability to handle with confidence a variety of verbal and written communication tasks in a social as well as a professional setting. Students will learn the basic vocabulary and key grammar points needed to achieve this objective, as well as the use of more complex grammatical structures in order to construct narrative and descriptive paragraphs.
ESL 003 Advance (Credits 16 - 240 Hours)
This is course is designed to assist students in developing the ability to understand and to express themselves correctly in more advanced everyday and job-related situations. Basic computer concepts will be taught in order to help students better prepare to join the work force. Students will present their resumes and conduct mock interview sessions.
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