ESLL 001 ESL I (Cr6) (6:0)
For the student with little or no knowledge of English, this course integrates the basic skills listening, speaking, reading, and writing English. Students will practice these skills through various activities and test in a college classroom environment. Students complete 30 hours (2 additional hours per week) of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. They must check in with the lab assistant.

ESLL 002 Clear Speech I (Cr3) (3:0)
This course begins the study of English pronunciation for non-nature speakers with beginning level language proficiency. Students will learn t correctly articulate the simple vowel and consonant sounds of English using the basic phonetic alphabet. In this class, students will apply the building blocks of speech and use rhythm, stress, and intonation for more effective communication. In addition, students complete 15 hours of independent study using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 003 ESL Culture Study (Cr6) (0:9)
For students with little or no knowledge of English, this course focuses on cultural topics in authentic English-speaking contexts. Students will participate in cultural activities in the local community and in the classroom. Students will discuss and write about the activities in class assignments. This course may be taken two (2) times for credit.

ESLL 004 Technology for Academic Success (Cr3) (3:0)
This course introduces students to computer technologies and related social and linguistic skills for learners who have not had access to technology for academics. Students complete 15 hours using software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 005 ESL Writing II (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with some knowledge of English will study intermediate grammar, create basic sentences, and compose short paragraphs applying the uses of specific times and verb tenses. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 006 ESL II Introduction (Cr3) (3:0)
For the student with fundamental knowledge of English, this course further develops the elementary skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing English. Students will practice these skills through various activities and tests in a college classroom environment. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq.- English language competence as determined by the ESL department through testing and/or course work.

ESLL 007 ESL Speaking II (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with some knowledge of spoken English will learn and practice conversational skills in order to improve their listening and speaking abilities and learn about American culture in ways that will prepare them for academic contexts. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 008 English Vocabulary II (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with low-intermediate knowledge of English will expand their vocabulary by 300 new words which they will learn to recognize and use in written and oral communication. Students will also develop vocabulary-learning strategies, such as inference from context, understanding word families, recognizing synonyms and antonyms, analyzing word parts, using dictionaries. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq. - English language competence as determined by the ESL department through testing and/or course work.

ESLL 009 ESL Reading II (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with some knowledge of English will read materials that are at an intermediate level and aim to prepare students for reading in an academic environment. Students will also learn new vocabulary by memorizing, using context cues, and learning basic dictionary skills. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 010 Clear Speech II (Cr3) (3:0)
This is the second course in the study of English pronunciation for non-native speakers with intermediate level language proficiency. The course continues the study of pronunciation skills through the study of the phonetic alphabet. Students will learn to accurately articulate English vowels, vowel blends, and linking and ending consonant sounds. Students will further explore how to effectively use rhythm, stress, and intonation in oral communication. In addition, students complete 15 hours of independent student using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq.- English language competence as determined by the ESL department faculty.

ESLL 014 Attention to Accent (Cr3) (3:0)
This course is designed for intermediate to advance English language learners who would like to improve their American English pronunciation. Students complete 15 hours using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq. - English language competence as determined by the ESL department faculty through testing and/or course work.

ESLL 015 ESL Writing IIIA (Cr3) (3:0)
English language learners will study high intermediate grammar, learn how to select and respond to writing topics, organize ideas, and develop paragraphs in ways that will prepare them for writing in college courses. Students of this course will develop these skills in a network-based computerized classroom. In addition, students complete 15 hours outside of class using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq.- English language competence as determined by the ESL department faculty.

ESLL 016 ESL Writing IIIB (Cr3) (3:0)
English language learners will study advanced grammar, learn how to select and respond to writing topics, organize ideas, and develop paragraphs in ways that will prepare them for writing in college courses. Students of this course will develop these skills in a network-based computerized classroom. In addition, students complete 15 hours outside of class using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq.- English language competence as determined by the ESL department faculty.

ESLL 017 ESL Speaking III (Cr3) (3:0)
English language learners will develop advanced college and work-related communication skills in individual, small group, and classroom situations. Focus will be on practicing academic listening and oral presentation skills. Activities will also help students develop intercultural understanding and appreciation. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 018 ESL Reading IIIA (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with low-intermediate knowledge of English will improve their ability to read and understand a variety of reading passages. Students will prepare for reading in an academic environment by learning and applying strategies such as predicting, scanning, finding main ideas, developing context clues to build vocabulary, identifying cause and effect, and recognizing facts. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq. - English language competence as determined by the ESL department through testing and/or course work.

ESLL 019 ESL Reading IIIB (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with high-intermediate knowledge of English will improve their ability to read and understand a variety of reading passages. Students will prepare for reading in an academic environment by applying and improving strategies such as predicting, scanning, identifying main and supporting ideas, making inferences, developing context clues to build vocabulary, identifying cause and effect, and recognizing facts and opinions. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software as part of the requirements for this course.

ESLL 028 English Vocabulary III (Cr3) (3:0)
Students with high-intermediate knowledge of English will expand their vocabulary by 300 new words which they will learn to recognize and use in written and oral communication. Students will also develop and improve vocabulary-learning strategies, such as inference from context, understanding word families, recognizing synonyms, analyzing word parts, using dictionaries. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software as part of the requirements for this course. Prereq. - English language competence as determined by the English or ESL department through testing and/or course work.

ESLL031 ESL Writing IV (Cr3)(3:0)
English language learners and international students preparing to enroll in regular college courses or enter the work force with an advanced knowledge of English will study and analyze errors in complex sentence structure and learn test-taking strategies. Students complete 15 hours of independent online study in addition to the requirements for this course. Prereq.- English language competence as determined by the ESL department faculty.

ESLL033 ESL Reading IV (Cr3)(3:0)
English language learners and international students preparing to enroll in regular college courses or enter the work force with an advanced knowledge of English will develop critical reading and thinking skills and learn test-taking strategies. Students complete 15 hours of independent online study in addition to the requirements for this course. Prereq. - English language competence as determined by ESL department faculty.

ESLL035 ESL College Success (Cr3)(3:0)
The course focuses on helping second language learners integrate into the US Higher Education environment. This course examines goal setting, cultural adjustment, college policies, graduation requirements, campus resources, programs and services, student rights and responsibilities, student educational planning and other topics as needs are identified. Designed for advanced second language learners, this course enhances the transition into American society and maximizes the successful matriculation through college. Prereq. - English language competence as determined by ESL department faculty.

ESLL037 ESL Speaking IV (Cr3)(3:0)
English language learners will develop advanced college and work-related communication skills in individual, small group, and classroom situations. Focus will be on practicing academic listening and oral presentation skills. Activities will also help students develop intercultural understanding and appreciation. Students complete 15 hours of using ESL software in the ESL computer lab as part of the requirements for this course. Pereq. - English language competence as determined by ESL department faculty.