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ESL Courses

Modern and Classical Languages

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ESL 1210. English Composition for International Students. 3. WA/COM 1.

Accommodates students of different cultures and different levels of English proficiency. The objective is to equip students with procedural knowledge - a set of routines that can be applied in various academic writing patterns, such as description, process analysis, argumentation and the research essay.

 

ESL 3050. Advanced Academic Writing for International Students. 3. WB/COM2

 Through ESL learner targeted instruction, practices, and feedback, the course will emphasize and progressively develop transferable skills for students' academic work and future professions. It will continue to build on writing skills and emphasize foundational oral and digital communication skills

 

ESL 4010. Technical Writing for International Students. 3. WC/COM 3    

Prepares students from a culturally diverse background for the communication demands of the 21st century. Students conduct rhetorical analysis of various audiences and purposes in order to design, develop, revise and edit disciplinary and interdisciplinary technical communications, such as reports, proposals, job applications, research related documents and oral presentations. Prerequisites: Junior standing, WA and WB or COM 1 and COM 2.      

 

ESL 2110-01. English Oral Skills. 3.

Oral English instruction for Intermediate level English speakers. Emphasis is on speaking practice (description/narration in all time frames), communication tools and oral presentations, while refining listening comprehension, pronunciation, intonation, and building vocabulary. Offered for S/U only.

 

ESL 5910. English Oral Skills for Teaching Assistants. 3. NEW course offer for International Teaching Assistants!

Develop oral English language skills and intelligibility required for participation in the American academic classrooms. Develop awareness of language and discourse and practice a variety of presentation skills for working with individuals and groups of students. Build your understanding of the culture of the American classroom. Build confidence in individual and small group teaching practice. This course includes videotaping and individualized feedback.

Fall 2017 ESL Courses

ESL 1210. English Composition for International Students. 3. WA/COM 1.

1 section in fall, 1 section in spring                                          

Accommodates students of different cultures and different levels of English proficiency. The objective is to equip students with procedural knowledge - a set of routines that can be applied in various academic writing patterns, such as description, process analysis, argumentation and the research essay.

CRN 14637           ESL 1210-01                         M/W/F 11:00 –11:50am                EA 211                   Heinz    

 

ESL 3050. Advanced Academic Writing for International Students. 3. WB/COM2 

 1 section, either fall or spring                                                    

Through ESL learner targeted instruction, practices, and feedback, the course will emphasize and progressively develop transferable skills for students' academic work and future professions. It will continue to build on writing skills and emphasize foundational oral and digital communication skills

CRN 17969           ESL 3050-01                         M/W/F 9:00 –9:50am                     EA 211                   Heinz                    

 

ESL 4010. Technical Writing for International Students. 3. WC/COM 3, 1 section in fall, 1 in spring  

Prepares students from a culturally diverse background for the communication demands of the 21st century. Students conduct rhetorical analysis of various audiences and purposes in order to design, develop, revise and edit disciplinary and interdisciplinary technical communications, such as reports, proposals, job applications, research related documents and oral presentations. Prerequisites: Junior standing, WA and WB or COM 1 and COM 2.

CRN17974            ESL 4010-01                         M/W 5:35 – 7:00pm                        CR 113                   Lipson

 

ESL 2110. English Oral Skills. 3., 1 section in fall, 1 section in spring, M/W/F                              

Oral English instruction for Intermediate level English speakers. Emphasis is on speaking practice (description/narration in all time frames), communication tools and oral presentations, while refining listening comprehension, pronunciation, intonation, and building vocabulary. Offered for S/U only.

CRN 14638           ESL 2110-01                         M/W/F 10:00 – 10:50am               EA 211                   Heinz

 

LANG 4800-04. Graduate English Oral Skills. Preparation for Teaching Assistants. 3,

1 section in fall

NEW course offer for International Teaching Assistants!   Develop oral English language skills and intelligibility required for participation in the American academic classrooms. Develop awareness of language and discourse and practice a variety of presentation skills for working with individuals and groups of students. Build your understanding of the culture of the American classroom. Build confidence in individual and small group teaching practice. This course includes videotaping and individualized feedback. Offered for S/U only.

CRN 15173           LANG 4800-04                    M/W 4:10 – 5:25pm                        CR 113                   Heinz

 Important note:

Please mention these courses when you meet with advisor or your graduate coordinator. If your TOEFL score in writing is 24 or below, be sure to take ESL courses to prepare yourself for success at UW and beyond.

Questions? Please contact Mollie Hand @ mhand4@uwyo.edu

Click here for a printable copy of the Fall 2017 list of courses.


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