English As A Second Language (ESL) - Full Program

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Total Program Hours:
School Tuition:
Books Fee:
Registration Fee
Total
750
$2,500.00
$300.00
$50.00
$2,850.00

Beginning I 125 Hours

This course is designed for students whose first spoken language is not English. Topics include nouns, articles, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, verbs and verb tenses, pronouns, mechanics and punctuation. Also addressed are paragraph development, reading, summarizing and pronunciation.

Beginning II 125 Hours

This course addresses conjunctions, interjections, indirect objects, subject complements, verbs and verb tenses, mechanics and punctuation. Also addressed are formation of questions, paragraph development, reading and listening for summarization, pronunciation, conversation and public speaking.

Intermediate I 125 Hours

This course provides instruction in reading, writing, listening and speaking for both academic and nonacademic settings. The course covers punctuation, mechanics and grammar topics such as verb tense and voice, adjectives and noun clauses. Students also focus on developing reading, vocabulary and comprehension skills, and on producing well-organized and grammatically correct multi-paragraph essays. Speaking and listening skills and planning and delivering short oral presentations are emphasized.

Intermediate II 125 Hours

This course addresses grammar topics such as verbs, adverbs, modals, gerunds, infinitives, direct objects, mechanics and punctuation. Reading strategies – including vocabulary and comprehension skills – are addressed, as are process methods for composing well-organized and grammatically correct multi-paragraph essays. Additionally, students focus on improving listening and public speaking skills.

Advanced I 125 Hours

This course focuses on students’ ability to speak and write English effectively in academic settings, and reviews major grammar concepts and terms. Attention to audience, thesis statements, supporting evidence, the writing process, assessing written work and providing feedback to peers are emphasized. Also covered are note-taking and creating outlines for – and delivering – oral presentations.

Advanced (Transitional) 125 Hours

This course builds on students’ ability to effectively plan and write a traditional five-paragraph essay. Specifically addressed are thesis statements, supporting evidence, logic and conclusions, and peer review. Students also learn basic research skills (paraphrasing, quoting and source documentation) and apply them to a short research paper. The course concludes with an oral presentation of the research essay, including visual aids.

Schedules
Morning
9:00am - 2:00pm
Mon - Fri
30 Weeks
Afternoons
1:00pm – 6:00pm
Mon - Fri
30 weeks
Evenings
5:30pm – 9:40pm
Mon - Fri
36 Weeks
Weekends
9:00am – 5:49pm
Saturday & Sunday
48 Weeks

English As A Second Language (ESL) - Intermediate/Advanced

Total Program Hours:
School Tuition:
Books Fee:
Registration Fee
Total
500
$1,000.00
$200.00
$50.00
$1,250.00

Intermediate I 125 Hours

This course provides instruction in reading, writing, listening and speaking for both academic and nonacademic settings. The course covers punctuation, mechanics and grammar topics such as verb tense and voice, adjectives and noun clauses. Students also focus on developing reading, vocabulary and comprehension skills, and on producing well-organized and grammatically correct multi-paragraph essays. Speaking and listening skills and planning and delivering short oral presentations are emphasized.

Intermediate II 125 Hours

This course addresses grammar topics such as verbs, adverbs, modals, gerunds, infinitives, direct objects, mechanics and punctuation. Reading strategies – including vocabulary and comprehension skills – are addressed, as are process methods for composing well-organized and grammatically correct multi-paragraph essays. Additionally, students focus on improving listening and public speaking skills.

Advanced I 125 Hours

This course focuses on students’ ability to speak and write English effectively in academic settings, and reviews major grammar concepts and terms. Attention to audience, thesis statements, supporting evidence, the writing process, assessing written work and providing feedback to peers are emphasized. Also covered are note-taking and creating outlines for – and delivering – oral presentations.

Advanced (Transitional) 125 Hours

This course builds on students’ ability to effectively plan and write a traditional five-paragraph essay. Specifically addressed are thesis statements, supporting evidence, logic and conclusions, and peer review. Students also learn basic research skills (paraphrasing, quoting and source documentation) and apply them to a short research paper. The course concludes with an oral presentation of the research essay, including visual aids.

Schedules
Morning
9:00am - 2:00pm
Mon - Fri
20 Weeks
Afternoons
1:00pm – 6:00pm
Mon - Fri
20 weeks
Evenings
5:30pm – 9:40pm
Mon - Fri
24 Weeks
Weekends
9:00am – 5:49pm
Saturday & Sunday
32 Weeks

English As A Second Language (ESL) - Beginning

Total Program Hours:
School Tuition:
Books Fee:
Registration Fee
Total
250
$500.00
$100.00
$50.00
$650.00

Beginning I 125 Hours

This course is designed for students whose first spoken language is not English. Topics include nouns, articles, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, verbs and verb tenses, pronouns, mechanics and punctuation. Also addressed are paragraph development, reading, summarizing and pronunciation.

Beginning II 125 Hours

Schedules
Morning
9:00am - 2:00pm
Mon - Fri
10 Weeks
Afternoons
1:00pm – 6:00pm
Mon - Fri
10 weeks
Evenings
5:30pm – 9:40pm
Mon - Fri
12 Weeks
Weekends
9:00am – 5:49pm
Saturday & Sunday
16 Weeks