ESL 106 - Advanced Listening, Viewing, and Speaking ISemester Hours: 3
This student-centered class for non-native speakers of English aims to maximize opportunities for students to improve their speaking and listening skills. Goals include development of students’ interpretive listening and viewing skills, with a focus on the language function of narration and description. This class will help students develop effective strategies for listening to lectures, participating in classroom and general academic discourse, and give presentations. The course will also provide a focus on pronunciation training and oral fluency practice.
Advanced-low proficiency in listening and speaking (may be demonstrated by completion of non-credit bearing ESL 004b ).
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