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Course Description

In this class, you will learn how to use of English to interact successfully with peers and adults according to audience, purpose, and setting; grammatical conventions of English usage, particularly identification of all parts of speech and the use of verb tense to create sentences; and controlled writing activities focusing paragraph development using organizational strategies, including topic sentences and supporting details. You will also learn to focus on themes and ideas as a basis for writing, while using the stages of the writing process, from generating ideas to drafting, revising, proofreading, editing, and publishing.

This class will also focus on the following: reading with developing fluency for many purposes including literature and information texts and application of reading strategies in a variety of fiction and non-fiction genre. Finally, you participate in regular individual reading practice.




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ESL B - Unit 1

ESL B - Unit 2

ESL B - Unit 3

ESL B - Unit 4