ESL for Academic Success II

Program Code: 3P38691

The program is designed to help advanced level ESL students acquire the listening/speaking and reading/writing skills necessary for academic success in college, high school, GED, or career technical education programs. The students will participate in a variety of listening/speaking and reading/writing activities on high-interest, authentic academic topics. The skills covered include listening to academic lectures, note-taking and organizing, presentation and public speaking skills and higher-order thinking.

Core Courses
ESLA 1065 ESL for Academic Success: Reading and Writing II120
ESLA 1067 ESL for Academic Success: Listening and Speaking II120
Total Hours240
First Year
First SemesterHoursSecond SemesterHours
ESLA 1065120ESLA 1067120
 120 120
Total Hours 240

ESLA 1065 120 Hours ESL for Academic Success: Reading and Writing II

Prerequisite(s): ESLA 500 ESL Intermediate High or ESLA 1060 ESL for Academic Success: Reading and Writing I.

Acquire reading, writing, note-taking, test-taking, critical thinking, and computer skills necessary for academic success in college, high school, GED, or career technical education programs. Learn American cultural norms in the classroom. Participate in campus life through field trips to local colleges. For advanced level ESL students. (Apportionment)

ESLA 1067 120 Hours ESL for Academic Success: Listening and Speaking II

Prerequisite(s): ESLA 500 ESL Intermediate High or ESLA 1062 ESL for Academic Success: Listening and Speaking I.

ESL students will practice the listening and speaking skills ESL students will practice the listening and speaking skills needed in a post-secondary academic setting, including listening to academic lectures, taking notes, participating in class discussions, giving presentations, and taking exams. Students will practice the technological skills needed for academic success and experience campus life through field trips to local colleges. For advanced level ESL students. (Apportionment)