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Course Information and Descriptions
ENG 267 Teaching Pronunciation to ELLs (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will introduce students to the basic concepts in
articulatory phonetics, including the physiology of articulation,
phonetic characterization of individual speech sounds, stress at the
word and sentence level, intonation patterns, rhythm and blending.
Students will apply this knowledge in examining and developing
methods and techniques used to teach pronunciation to English
language learners (ELLs).
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
3 Hours
ENG 268 Assessment of ELLs (3-0)
This course will provide participants with a basic understanding of
assessment concepts and terminology. Current assessment tools used
with English Language Learners (ELLS) will be introduced. The
course will also examine alternative assessments and techniques for
evaluating and designing effective assessments for ELLs.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
ENG 271
Teaching English to Speakers
of Other Languages Practicum (1-12)
3 Hours
This course will include observation of experienced ESL teachers, as
well as supervised teaching in an ESL setting. It will include
evaluating course materials and planning and implementing of lesson
plans that apply TESOL theory and methodology in the language
classroom.
Prerequisite: ENG 127, ENG 128, ENG 261, ENG 262, ENG 265,
ENG 267, ENG 268 and CMM 127 (all C or better) and consent of
instructor
English Language Instruction (ELI)
Communication Arts, Humanities and
Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) 543-2040
ELI 100
Topics in Academic
Enhancement - ELL (Variable)
1-4 Hours
This course will help high- intermediate to advanced level English
language learners to improve and practice specific language skills,
such as pronunciation, vocabulary, or grammar, in an academic or
professional context.
Note: This course may be repeated.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 120 or higher or College
Reading and Writing Readiness
May be taken four times for credit toward degree
ELI 101
Academic English-Beginning (6-0)
6 Hours
This course offers intensive academic language instruction at the
beginning level to English language learners who want to pursue
academic studies in American colleges and universities or who want
to practice their careers in the United States. The course is divided
into two sections: one focuses on Reading and Oral Skills and the
other focuses on Writing and Grammar. However, both sections
provide integrated practice and reinforcement for students in all
skills--reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar and
vocabulary--as well as American culture and study skills.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 120 or higher; OR College
Reading and Writing Readiness
264
ELI 102
Academic English-Intermediate (6-0)
6 Hours
This course offers intensive academic language instruction at the
intermediate level to English language learners who want to pursue
academic studies in American colleges and universities or who want
to practice their careers in the United States. The course is divided
into two sections: one focuses on Reading and Oral Skills and the
other focuses on Writing and Grammar. However, both sections
provide integrated practice and reinforcement for students in all
skills--reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar and
vocabulary--as well as American culture and study skills.
Prerequisite: Both sections (12 hours) of ELI 101 (C or better); OR
COMPASS ELI score of 155 or higher; OR College Reading and
Writing Readiness
ELI 103
Academic English - Advanced I (6-0)
6 Hours
This course offers intensive academic language instruction at the
advanced level to English language learners who want to pursue
academic studies in American colleges and universities or who want
to practice their careers in the United States. The course focuses on
Writing and Grammar. However, it provides integrated practice and
reinforcement for students in all skills--reading, writing, listening,
speaking, grammar and vocabulary--as well as American culture and
study skills.
Note: ELI 103 and ELI 104 are independent courses. ELI 103 is
NOT a prerequisite for ELI 104.
Prerequisite: 12 credit hours in ELI 102 with a grade of C or better;
OR COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher; OR College Reading and
Writing Readiness
May be taken twice for credit toward degree
ELI 104
Academic English - Advanced II (6-0)
6 Hours
This course offers intensive academic language instruction at the
advanced level to English language learners who want to pursue
academic studies in American colleges and universities or who want
to practice their careers in the United States. The course focuses on
Reading and Oral Skills. However, it provides integrated practice
and reinforcement for students in all skills--reading, writing,
listening, speaking, grammar and vocabulary--as well as American
culture and study skills.
Note: ELI 103 and ELI 104 are independent courses. ELI 103 is
NOT a prerequisite for ELI 104.
Prerequisite: 12 credit hours in ELI 102 with a grade of C or better;
OR COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher; OR College Reading and
Writing Readiness
May be taken twice for credit toward degree
ELI 105
Academic English for English
Language Learners Transitional I (3-0)
3 Hours
Level 1 of a 3 level course in academic English for English
Language Learners (ELLs) at the transitional level who want to
pursue academic studies in American colleges and universities or
who want to practice their careers in the United States. This course is
for students simultaneously enrolled in another academic class,
which is determined by the college. Students will improve all
language skills - reading, writing, speaking and listening - while
focusing on the content area of the other academic class. Emphasis is
on listening and comprehending academic lectures; reading,
summarizing, and discussing expository and academic readings;
writing expository essays; and participating in classroom and panel
discussions.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 241 or higher; OR ELI 103
and ELI 104 both C or better; OR College Reading and Writing
Readiness