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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
English as a Second Language II: Listening and Speaking
Course: ESL021

First Term: 2003 Fall
Lecture   3 Credit(s)   3 Period(s)   3 Load  
Course Type: Academic
Load Formula: S

Description: Emphasis on listening and speaking skills involving social exchange. Asking and answering questions, using tag questions. Practice with question and answer patterns. Polite questions and responses.

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Express agreement, disagreement, and misunderstanding in formal and informal situations orally and with appropriate gestures and body language. (I)
2. Express doubt/certainty in formal and informal situations with appropriate gestures and body language. (I)
3. Narrate events using past, present, and future verb forms. (I)
4. Request service and/or help in a variety of settings. (I)
5. Identify, locate, and describe services (i.e., medical, government, school). (I, II)
6. Describe and depict comparative and superlative forms of adjectives. (I, II)
7. Talk about and acknowledge likes and dislikes of self and others. (I, II)
8. Get someone`s attention verbally and non-verbally. (I, II)
9. Describe and depict articles of clothing. (I, II)
10. Give and follow directions on how to do/make/go. (I, II)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Speaking functions
   A. Expressing agreement/disagreement and misunderstanding
   B. Expressing doubt/certainty
   C. Expressing like/dislike
   D. Getting attention
   E. Requesting service
   F. Giving directions
   G. Describing articles of clothing
   H. Using comparative and superlative adjectives
   I. Narrating past, present, and future events
II. Listening functions
   A. Using appropriate gestures and body language to acknowledge agreement/disagreement, doubt/certainty, like/dislike
   B. Following directions
   C. Depicting articles of clothing
   D. Paying attention
   E. Recognizing comparative and superlative structures
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  6/17/2003

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