Academic English Level 5

Academic English level 5 is designed for students with low advanced English lanugage proficiency. In level 5, students will improve their oral communication skills, academic reading and writing, and vocabulary required for university-level discourse. Students will focus on presentation skills, producing well-organized and well written  essays, and advanced vocabulary necessary to critically engage at the university-level.

Prerequisites:

NTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course is designed to focus on the oral communication skills needed to be successful students, as well as successful professionals. Through lectures, texts and practical applications, students will learn how to design and present a variety of presentations. Students will also learn to collaborate with a team of colleagues, utilize visual aids, and critique professional/rhetorical situations. Moreover, students will improve their listening skills to by taking notes on authentic, academic conversations and lectures. This course is designed for students at a low-advanced level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

NTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

This course is designed to familiarize students with the academic reading and writing skills, which may be applicable to their collegiate course work. Students will develop the analytical skills necessary to produce well-organized and well-written essays. Students will pay significant attention to the writing process including prewriting, writing a strong thesis statement, revising, editing and proofreading. In this course, the proper use of citing sources will be introduced. This course is designed for students at a low-advanced level. This is non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

In this course, students will increase their 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 involve vocabulary, which connects to the content taught in AE-057. This course is designed for students at a low-advanced level. This is a non-credit course.

Prerequisites:

INTO Pathway Students Only

Credits:

0.00

Description:

Explores current issues in students intended area of study. Specific topics are announced once the course is scheduled.