Academic English Level 3

Academic English level 3 is designed for students with low intermediate English language proficiency. In level 3, students will build on their foundational English skills and be challenged with more advanced concepts in English language such as critical reading and writing techniques, speech and pronunciation, as well as more advanced vocabulary and grammar concepts.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course is designed to help students establish an understanding and proficiency in the areas of English language comprehension, speech and pronunciation skills, including delivering academic presentations, notetaking, and active participation in class discussions and small group activities. Students will enhance their fluency and develop confidence in speaking and listening in English through a variety of student-centered, interactive activities. This course is designed for students at a low-intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course is designed to help students establish an understanding and proficiency in reading and writing with a focus on correct verb tense usage, sentence construction, basic rhetoric, critical reading and writing techniques necessary for university-level academic discourse. This course is designed for students at a low intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

In this course, students will develop to help the vocabulary skills necessary to read and critically engage at the university level. Through student-centered activities and interactive group exercises that emphasize vocabulary building and relevant grammatical skills, this course will connect vocabulary and themes to the content taught in AE-032. This course is designed for students at a low- intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course is designed to explore the many aspects of American culture by not only reading about the history, but also by visiting history. Historical sites include and are not limited to the State House of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the John F. Kennedy Library, The Old North Church, the Greenway and the Freedom Trail. The focus of the course may also include discussions about businesses, current events, and popular culture in the United States. This course is designed for students at a low intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.