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ESL General English Level 2 (Advanced Beginner). Mon & Wed ... Beginner I class will introduce beginners to English grammar, vocabulary, and conversation.

English as a Second Language Continuing Education Courses Blue Bell & Pottstown Campuses — Winter/Spring 2015 Courses designed to help you communicate better in English

CENTRAL CAMPUS, BLUE BELL GENERAL ENGLISH COURSES

Practice and improve your speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing. Learn to communicate in English in a stress-free, friendly environment. Morning and evening classes include six (6) levels for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students, offered year-round. Tuition is $495 for each level’s full 80 hours of instruction; you may choose to enroll in the first 40 hours at $275, and then enroll in the second 40 hours at $275. Required textbook is announced at the first class.* To enroll, you must first have an interview with the ESL Advisor. • Morning/evening/Saturday Classes • Students of all ages welcome • Courses offered all year long • Small classes/individualized attention • Certificate awarded upon successful completion of each level

Winter/Spring 2015 Schedule

(OTHER LEVELS AND TIMES MAY BE AVAILABLE. PLEASE ASK ESL ADVISOR FOR INFO.)

Level 1: Beginner Level 2: Advanced Beginner Level 3: Pre-Intermediate

Level 4: Intermediate Level 5: Upper-Intermediate Level 6: Advanced

ESL General English Level I (Beginner) Mon & Wed 2/18–5/27 (no class 3/18, 5/25) 6:30pm–9:30pm Course Code: LLSI 2508 01 ESL General English Level II (Advanced Beginner) Mon & Wed 1/26–4/27 9:30am–12:30pm Course Code: LLSI 2509 01 ESL General English Level III (Pre-Intermediate) Tue & Thu 2/3–5/7 (no class 3/19) 9:30am–12:30pm Course Code: LLSI 2510 01 ESL General English Level IV (Intermediate) Mon & Wed 1/28–5/4 (no class 3/18) 6:30pm–9:30pm Course Code: LLSI 2511 01 Mon & Wed 2/2–5/4 9:15am–12:15pm Course Code: LLSI 2511 02 ESL General English Level V (Upper-Intermediate) Tue & Thu 1/27–4/30 (no class 3/19) 9:30am–12:30pm Course Code: LLSI 2515 01 ESL General English Level VI (Advanced) Tue & Thu 2/5–5/12 (no class 3/19) 9:30am–12:30pm Course Code: LLSI 2563 02 *Required textbook is available for purchase at the College Bookstore

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE CLASSES

EFFECTIVE & AFFORDABLE!

Central Campus, Blue Bell

SATURDAY MORNING GENERAL ENGLISH CLASSES GENERAL ENGLISH BEGINNER I

Get started learning to speak, read, and write in English! Our non-credit ESL Beginner I class will introduce beginners to English grammar, vocabulary, and conversation. Participate in pair work, group work, and class activities in English to give you the confidence and ability to take part in community, school, and workrelated situations. Learn English effectively in a small class, in a stress-free, friendly classroom environment. Required textbook: Side by Side Book 1 (Units 1-9)* Sat 2/7–5/2 (no class 3/31) 9:00am–12:30pm 42 Hours Cost: $280 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2569

GENERAL ENGLISH BEGINNER II

Don’t stop now!! You have learned the basics, now continue learning to speak, read, and write in English! Beginner II will help students to continue to improve all of their English language skills, including conversation, grammar, and vocabulary. Learn English actively and effectively in a small class, in a stress-free, friendly classroom environment. Prerequisite: General English Beginner I or an interview with the ESL Advisor. Required textbook: Side by Side Book 1 (Units 10 – 17).* Sat 2/7–5/2 (no class 3/21) 9:00am–12:30pm 42 Hours Cost: $280 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2570 *Required textbook is available for purchase at the College Bookstore

TOEFL TEST PREPARATION

This course is for students at an upper-intermediate to advanced level of English proficiency, planning to attend a U.S. college, become U.S.-certified in a profession, or wishing to improve academic skills in English. All areas of the TOEFL are addressed: listening and reading comprehension, speaking, and writing. Reviews test-taking strategies and prepares students for the computer-based “Test of English as a Foreign Language.” Prerequisite: An interview with the ESL Advisor. Required text is announced at the first class.* Mon & Wed 2/2–4/27 (no class 3/18) 6:30pm–9:30pm 72 Hours Cost: $480 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2005 01 Tue & Thu 2/10–5/5 (no class 3/19) 9:35am–12:35pm 72 Hours Cost: $480 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2005 02 *Required textbook is available for purchase at the College Bookstore

THE COMPLETE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS COURSE: FLUENCY, LISTENING & ACCENT REDUCTION This course is designed for upper intermediate ESL students (and higher) who wish to improve their overall oral communications skills. This active class includes activities such as discussions, role plays, and oral presentations to increase both the fluency and clarity of your speech, so you will be better understood by others. In addition, a variety of natural listening exercises will help you to better understand spoken English in social, academic, and business situations. The outcome – a more confident communicator in the English language! Required text is announced at the first class.* Prerequisite: Completion of ESL General English Level IV or higher, and an interview with the ESL Advisor* Mon & Wed 2/9–5/18 9:30pm–12noon 72 Hours Cost: $480 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2562 01 Tue & Thu 2/17–6/2 (no class 3/19, 5/21) 6:30pm–9:00pm 72 Hours Cost: $480 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2562 03 Sat 2/7–5/2 (no class 3/21) 9:30am–12:30pm 36 Hours Cost: $265 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2561 01 THE COMPLETE ORAL COMMUNICATIONS COURSE: FLUENCY, LISTENING & ACCENT REDUCTION — INTERMEDIATE LEVEL For students who have finished General English Level III, we now have an Oral Communications course for you! Just like the higher level course, the intermediate Oral Communications course focuses on improving fluency, listening comprehension, and basic pronunciation skills (vowels, consonants, stress, and rhythm). IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TAKING THIS CLASS, PLEASE SEE THE ESL ADVISOR FOR THE COURSE SCHEDULE. GRAMMAR BRUSH UP: FOCUS ON WRITING AND SPEAKING Communicate in English more accurately with a wide range of grammatical structures. Analyze and review grammar rules. Actively participate, practice, and refine your use of grammar through a variety of writing and speaking activities. Monitor and correct your own language. Prerequisite: Completion of intermediate level or higher and an interview with the ESL Advisor. The required text is announced at the first class.* Mon & Wed 2/2–5/18 (no class 3/18) 6:30pm–9:00pm 72 Hours Cost: $480 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2535 01 Tue & Thu 2/10–5/26 (no class 3/19) 9:30am–12noon 72 Hours Cost: $480 + textbook* Course # LLSI 2535 02 *Required textbook is available for purchase at the College Bookstore

See next page for West Campus, Pottstown Courses & Registration info

West Campus, Pottstown

WEEKDAY GENERAL ENGLISH CLASSES ESL GENERAL ENGLISH INTERMEDIATE I

Learn to communicate more fluently and confidently in English! These classes can help you to improve your speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing skills. Make REAL progress and new friends in a stress-free, friendly environment. Prerequisite: An interview with the ESL Advisor. Required textbook is announced at the first class.* Tue & Thu 1/27–3/5 9:30am–12:30pm 36 Hours Cost: $265+textbook* Course # LLSI 2544 AW *Required textbook is available for purchase at the College Bookstore

ADDITIONAL CLASS LEVELS, DAYS AND TIMES MAY BE AVAILABLE. Please ask the ESL Advisor about the class you are looking for.

For more information or to register, contact: Marjorie Labe, ESL Advisor Central Campus, Blue Bell, Parkhouse Hall, Room 401 215–619–7396 or [email protected]

REFUND POLICY: Student withdrawal from enrollment and non-credit course refund procedure: In the event a course is cancelled by the College (usually because of low enrollment), every attempt will be made to enroll you in another course or a full refund of your tuition will be issued. If you wish to withdraw from a course, you may transfer to another non-credit course or you can request a refund of your course tuition. Your request must be received by phone or in person at our offices prior to (before) the start of class. Course transfers and refunds WILL NOT BE MADE AFTER THE START OF A CLASS. To withdraw from a class at Central campus call 215-641-6397 or visit College Hall, Room 240, Office of Student Records and Registrations, Monday thru Friday 8am – 5pm. To withdraw from a class at West campus call 610-718-1861 or visit 101 College Dr., Registration Office, Pottstown between 8am – 7pm Monday thru Thursday, or Friday between 8am and 5pm. Fees for materials, books, and supplies are not refundable.