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Extractions: ESL 82 is the most advanced reading-composition course in the ESL program. The goals of this course are to help you improve your ability to understand written English and to improve your ability to communicate effectively in writing. You should expect to increase your vocabulary, increase your understanding of English-speaking cultures, especially American, improve your ability to write idiomatic and grammatically correct English and your ability to write papers according to college level standards. This is the normal expectation for college level credit classes of three units. The actual amount of time you will need to spend on this course depends on your rate of writing fluency, your reading speed , and the care with which you decide to approach each assignment. Be sure you can set aside this amount of time for homework so that you
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Extractions: ESL 33A (#2649) Fall 2002 Instructor : Russell Frank Class Hours : 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Mon.Fri. Tel./Voice Mail: Classroom : C162 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office : C252K email@example.com Office Hours : 11:00-12:00 Daily, or by appointment Texts Rethinking America 3: An Advanced Cultural Reader, 2 nd Edition (M. E. Sokolik) Think About Editing: A Grammar Editing Guide for ESL Writers (A. Ascher) A good English-English dictionary Note: Some course handouts and additional resources are available on my Internet website. Follow the links to the ESL 33A web page at: Objectives The goal of ESL 33A is to enable you to develop the writing, grammar, and reading skills necessary to successfully function in transferlevel academic classes. The specific objectives of this class are: Writing Grammar Plan, write, and edit a three-part composition that includes a clear beginning, middle, and end; Use process techniques, including generating ideas, outlining, and revising;
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Extractions: UMEI 004-0301 Core Instructor: Kathleen Kilday Class Meets: M, Fr EGR 3111 Tu, Th HBK 0103 Holzapfel 2108 firstname.lastname@example.org Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 12:00-1:00 pm This course focuses on academic reading and writing skills. Specifically, we will practice the following skills: Reading - use reading strategies to read more effectively - guess meaning from context and study vocabulary effectively - understand main ideas and details - make inferences and predictions when reading - recognize point of view and rhetorical structures - appreciate figurative language apply information obtained through reading to specific academic tasks Writing - use a variety of techniques for generating ideas - respond to, summarize, and paraphrase texts - structure thesis statements and prepare outlines - use different types of logical connectors correctly - write well-developed essays which are unified and coherent - avoid plagiarism 1) Garner, Peter S. (1996) New Directions New York: St. Martin's Press
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Extractions: COURSE DESCRIPTION : Emphasis is placed on recognition and correction of grammatical errors which interfere with the intelligibility of written texts. Students will read a variety of selected texts as a basis for their writing their own well-defined, organized an developed paragraphs and essays. Students will write two drafts for each type of paragraph and essay, and will read each others papers as an aide to revision. Different elements of grammar will be incorporated into each lesson, and, with the help of the editing text, students will practice finding and correcting the errors in their papers before turning them in. IMPORTANT CLASSROOM POLICY : Students are expected to do the homework assigned on any given day and turn in writing assignments according to the class schedule. Late homework will not be accepted; however, if a student must miss class and therefore cannot turn in homework, it may be submitted by e-mail (only if the student cannot attend class). Attendance is crucial; many of the assignments will be done in class. Poor attendance will affect a students grade. NOTE: Take down the telephone numbers of two classmates who may be contacted for obtaining the days assignment.
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Extractions: AP English Literature and Composition engages students in the careful reading of imaginative literature. Students will consider large-scale elements such as form and theme, and smaller-scale elements such as figurative language, imagery symbolism, and tone. Students will also analyze works which will include poetry and novels. Students will deepen their understanding of selected literary works through careful reading and dialogue.
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Extractions: Dear Educators, Teacher credential candidates who are preparing for the RICA exam should be familiar with these grammatical terms and their definitions. These concepts are part of RICA Domain IV Content Area 13.1. These concepts of grammar are important for two reasons: 1) Knowledge of help teachers to assess and remediate the errors and error patterns of second-language learners. 2) The points of grammar can be used as the basis for teaching sentence structure and vocabulary This web page includes a description of how to teach an explicit grammar lesson and grammar-based literacy teaching activities. Click here to go directly to the following topics contained in this instructional module: Components of grammar and syntax Structure of a grammar lesson Sentence transformation Using sentence transformation to teach specific points of grammar ...
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