ESL Speaking Skills, Intermediate to Advanced

Program Code:  3P40946

This is a focused language program. The program has one required course: ESL Speaking Skills, Intermediate to Advanced and at least one elective course: Intermediate Grammar Review or Intermediate Vocabulary Review. Students can choose the elective course based on their personal goals and needs.

Core Courses (Required 36 Hours)
ESLA 183 ESL Speaking Skills, Intermediate to Advanced36
Elective Courses (Required 36 Hours)
Must choose one of two:36
Intermediate Grammar Review36
Intermediate Vocabulary Review36
Total Hours72
First Year
Semester 1HoursSemester 2Hours
ESLA 18336Elective Course - Must choose one:
 ESLA 813 or 81436
 36 36
Total Hours 72

ESLA 183 36-72 Hours ESL Speaking Skills, Intermediate to Advanced

This course is designed to help English language learners at the intermediate to advanced level develop and build accuracy and fluency in speaking. The class will focus on different types of spoken language, conversation strategies, pronunciation skills and everyday speaking situations. (Apportionment)

ESLA 813 36 Hours Intermediate Grammar Review

Students will learn to understand grammar structures in various contexts and practice using them in both oral and written communication. This class supplements core ESL courses or works as a stand-alone course. This course is designed for the ESL students placed in the Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, and Advanced levels. (Apportionment)

ESLA 814 36 Hours Intermediate Vocabulary Review

Students will review, expand, and retain vocabulary words and phrases organized by commonly used topics. Students will work on using approximately twenty-five practical target words per class in oral and written exercises. This course is designed for the ESL students placed in the Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, and Advanced levels. (Apportionment)