Academic English Level 4

Academic English level 4 is designed for students ranging from intermediate to high intermediate English language proficiency. In level 4, students will build on previous concepts, focusing on fluency and accuracy in delivery. Level 4 focuses on preparing students for university-level instruction by focusing on oral presentations, essay writing, academic skills, reading comprehension and vocabulary development.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

The goal of this course is to increase fluency and build student confidence in listening and speaking through a variety of student-centered activities. Specifically, students will advance and practice their listening and speaking skills in academic situations including group work, note-taking exercises, oral presentations, and class discussions. Vocabulary, pronunciation, delivery, and active listening will be addressed, among other skills. This course is designed for students at an intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

The goal of this course is to increase accuracy and build student confidence in reading and writing through a variety of student-centered activities. Specifically, students will advance and practice their reading and writing skills on a variety of topics through critical reading, critical thinking, and essay writing. Sentence level, paragraph level, and essay level writing with a focus on grammar, punctuation, and organization among other skills will be addressed. This course is designed for students at an intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course is designed to ensure a successful transition to Suffolk University and our unique urban community. Through class discussions, readings, and assignments, students will discuss a variety of topics, including academic success strategies, personal goals and self-awareness. Students will develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become a successful university student. This course is designed for students at an intermediate level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course will focus on American literature, culture and history. Course readings may include short stories, poetry, plays, excerpts of novels, and/or films that have impacted American history and explore the many aspects of American culture. The course focuses on reading comprehension, vocabulary development, presentation skillls and research. This is a non-credit course.