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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
English as a Second Language II: Grammar
Course: ESL020AA

First Term: 2001 Fall
Lecture   1 Credit(s)   1 Period(s)   1 Load  
Course Type: Academic
Load Formula: S


Description: First module of the second level of English as a Second Language (ESL). Continued emphasis on conversational skills, pronunciation, vocabulary building, and grammar with some reading and sentence-to-paragraph-level writing.



MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Identify the parts of speech in a sentence. (I)
2. Write simple sentences in which the subjects and verbs agree. (I)
3. Create an outline for a short paragraph. (I)
4. Use capital letters and punctuation correctly in a written paragraph. (I)
5. Write and edit a short paragraph consisting of simple sentences based on a model that includes a title, topic sentence, and support. (I)
6. Use grammar functions correctly in sentences and paragraph. (II)
7. Use commonly confused verbs correctly in sentences. (II)
 
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Writing Functions
   A. Identifying parts of speech
   B. Using capital letters and punctuation
   C. Writing complete simple sentences
   D. Making subjects and verbs agree
   E. Combining nouns, verbs, and phrases
   F. Creating a short paragraph outline
   G. Writing a short paragraph using simple sentences
   H. Editing written work
II. Grammar Functions
   A. Tenses
      1. Present
      2. Present continuous
      3. Simple past
      4. Past continuous
      5. Future tense
   B. Infinitives
   C. Articles
   D. Imperatives
   E. Pronouns and prepositions
   F. Adjectives
   G. Count and non-count verbs
   H. Troublesome verbs
      1. Have
      2. Take
      3. Get
      4. Do
      5. Make
   I. Modals
   J. Comparatives and superlatives
 
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  3/27/2001

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