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ESL 093 English as a Second Language III
Credit Hours:  3
Effective Term: Fall 2006
SUN#: None
AGEC: 
Credit Breakdown: 3 lectures
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A/F
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Description: Listening, reading, speaking and writing skills for adult ESL learners with intermediate English language skills.

Prerequisites: ESL092 or assessed competency

Corequisites: None

Recommendations: None

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. Register for classes.
2. Shop at a convenience store.
3. Job hunt.
4. Study to get a driver's license.
5. Budget for a semester.
6. Budget for a month.
7. Interview for a job.
8. Ask for technical help.
9. Discuss basic business situations.
10. Discuss fundamentals of literature.
11. When computer-assisted instruction is available, students operate programs independently. (optional)
Internal/External Standards Accreditation
1.
a) Apply orally and in script forms, adjectives and adverbs, parallel conjunctions; form and use questions; use infinitives and gerunds; apply passive and active voice; and edit for subject-verb agreement.
b) Select prepositions of place, time and means.
c) Form present perfect and use of adverbs.
d) Apply spelling rules.
e) Define what credit hours are.
f) Complete a rough draft of a registration form.
g) Write a work schedule.

2.
a) Ask questions to meet needs.
b) Answer negative questions.
c) Recognize the difference between convenience stores and grocery stores.

3.
a) Use unreal conditionals.
b) Write a resume.
c) Read want ads.
d) Identify other sources for getting employment.
e) Call for information and ask for an appointment.
f) Ask about a job over the phone.

4.
a) Take practice tests from driver's booklet.
b) Compare/contrast road signs.

5.
a) Use count and non-count nouns with units of measurement.
b) Ask for help.
c) State an opinion.
d) Give information based upon experience.
e) Recognize priorities of paying certain bills when working a budget.
f) Give pros and cons of ordering fast food versus cooking at home.

6.
a) Use count and non-count nouns with units of measurement.
b) Ask for help with financial planning.
c) State an opinion.
d) Give information based upon experience.
e) Recognize priorities of paying certain bills when working within a budget.

7.
a) State present progressive regarding work experience.
b) Categorize vocational vocabulary.
c) Explain educational background.

8.
a) Select prepositions of place and time.
b) Ask for technical help.
c) Give and follow directions.
d) Solve a problem through process of elimination.
e) Offer assistance.
f) Make suggestions.

9.
a) Use relative pronouns appropriately.
b) Express concerns.
c) Consider solutions.
d) Make a statement that expresses an opinion.
e) Handle an objection related to business.
f) Describe how colleagues interact with each other.
g) Explain the importance of expressing ideas with confidence.
h) State the purpose of a proposal.
i) Describe several ways ideas can be shared.

10.
a) Choose appropriate form of present perfect.
b) Form and use adverbs, regular and irregular.
c) Experiment with compound tenses.
d) Apply spelling rules.
e) Lead a classroom discussion.
f) State an opinion and support it.
g) Agree or disagree with someone diplomatically.
h) Describe customs for expressing an opinion and reaching a consensus.
i) React positively and negatively.
j) Discuss main ideas in short essays, skits, proverbs and poems.
k) Vary voice to achieve tone.

11. Advance at one's own rate.