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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
English as a Second Language III: Grammar
Course: ESL030AC

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

Description: Third module of the third level of English as a Second Language (ESL). Emphasis on sentence structure and paragraph building. Extensive grammar study and writing practice.

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Construct passive and active sentences. (I)
2. Use simple past, present perfect, present perfect continuous. and past perfect tenses correctly in sentences. (I)
3. Correct sentence fragments and run-on sentences. (I)
4. Write sentences that contain subject-verb agreement and correct capitalization and punctuation. (I)
5. Use prepositions, prepositional phrases, past participles, and adjectives correctly in sentences. (I)
6. Develop an outline for a short paragraph. (II)
7. Write and edit a simple paragraph incorporating a variety of tenses. (II)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Grammar
   A. Review of tenses
      1. Simple past
      2. Present perfect
      3. Present perfect continuous
      4. Past perfect
      5. Regular and irregular verbs
   B. Passive and active
      1. Simple present
      2. Present continuous
      3. Future
      4. Simple past
      5. Past continuous
      6. Present perfect
      7. Modals
      8. Infinitives
   C. Sentence identification and construction
      1. Simple
      2. Compound
      3. Complex
   D. Sentence fragments and run-ons
      1. Identification
      2. Correction
   E. Sentence combination
   F. Subject-verb agreement
   G. Capitalization and punctuation
   H. Infinitives and gerunds
   I. Problem prepositions
   J. Prepositional phrases
   K. Past participles and adjectives
   L. Question formation
   M. Vocabulary expansion
II. Writing Short Paragraphs
   A. Outlining
   B. Formatting
   C. Editing
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  3/27/2001

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