English as a Second Language Noncredit (AENG)

AENG 10.1C  Low Beginning ESL Computer Skills  (0.0 Units)  

This class is for ESL students with very little English skills who would like to learn the basics of computers. Students will learn basic computer literacy, keyboarding and internet skills for success in school and personal use.

Lab Hours: 54.0

Transfer: Not transferable

AENG 10.4  High Beginning Reading and Writing  (0.0 Units)  

This class is designed for high beginning non-native English speakers who read and write at a very limited beginning level. They will be introduced to reading comprehension skills, vocabulary, spelling rules, and basic grammar.

Lab Hours: 108.0

Transfer: Not transferable

AENG 10.6  Low Intermediate Reading & Writing  (0.0 Units)  

This class is for non native speakers of English who are entering level three ESL. This class will focus on developing reading and writing skills. It is for people who already read and write English fairly well. Students will continue to develop their reading and writing in English. They will continue to learn grammar and spelling rules and will write loosely organized paragraphs.

Lab Hours: 108.0

Transfer: Not transferable

AENG 10.8  Writing/Grammar/Reading Level 4  (0.0 Units)  

This course is designed for English as a Second Language students who want to improve writing and grammar skills for a career advancement or academic success. ESL students entering the course at this level (Level 4, High-Intermediate) should be able to read short texts and write a simple paragraph. They should know the basic rules of grammar and spelling. During the course, students will read intermediate- level texts and create short (2-3 paragraph) compositions while applying more complex grammar rules and sentence variety. This course is useful for students who wish to eventually complete the ESL-ENG 101 academic course sequence.

Lab Hours: 108.0

Transfer: Not transferable