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Undergraduate Intensive English Institute

2017 Fall Term

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4 Units

INTEGRATED ACADEMIC ENGLISH SKILLS 2

Intensive English Institute 61

In English 061, students develop academic English skills in the four language skills areas: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with an emphasis on academic reading and writing. Students also develop improved control of grammatical structures. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.


4 Units

ACADEMIC VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

Intensive English Institute 63

In English 063, students use a variety of learning strategies to improve academic vocabulary. Special attention is given to identifying morphological features that pose challenges to speakers of languages that do not use Latinate roots and affixes. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.


2-4 Units

SPECIAL TOPIC

Intensive English Institute 69

English 069 is an intermediate-level special topics course, with topic based on IEP needs and student interest. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.


4 Units

INTEGRATED ACADEMIC ENGLISH SKILLS 3

Intensive English Institute 71

In English 071, students continue to refine academic English skills in the four language skill areas: listening, speaking, reading and writing, with an emphasis on academic reading and writing. Students also increasing control of grammatical structures so that their academic expression continues to approach the level needed for academic success. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.


4 Units

ORAL PRESENTATION SKILLS

Intensive English Institute 73

In English 073, students conduct short research assignments on campus and present their individual and group work using visual supports, such as posters, PowerPoiint or Web-based presentation tools, such as VoiceThread. Through such assignments, students develop experience in public speaking in an academic setting. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.


2 Units

ADVANCED PRONUNCIATION AND SPEECH SKILLS

Intensive English Institute 75

In English 075, students refine accuracy in pronunciation and further refine their control of spoken English for comprehensibility in social and academic settings. Students will conduct a community project in which they speak to a general audience (such as school group or a children's library story time). Student must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or success completion of previous level of instruction.


2-4 Units

SPECIAL TOPIC

Intensive English Institute 79

English 079 is a special topics course at the advanced intermediate level. Topics are developed based on IEP needs and student interest. Students must pass this course with a C- or better to advance in the IEP. Prereq: Based on placement criteria, and/or successful completion of previous level of instruction.

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