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ESOL152N Level 5 Writing

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The fifth level of ESOL and the second of a 5-course sequence that focuses on writing. Review of the writing process and introduction to the essay. Descriptive, narrative, process and comparative/contrast. Review of basic grammar. Introduction to present perfect, gerunds and infinitives, and adverbial causes. Writing and grammar taught in the context of communicating in academic and adult life roles. Prerequisite:ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 42/42N; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher.

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20653 CanceledCA Remote
Monday and Wednesday
from 9 to 10:50am
CanceledNot applicableInstructor: Annae Nichelson
Tuition: $0 Fees: $150.10

Course details: CRN 20653

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Instructor comments:

 Welcome to my Writing 5 class! This class has four main components:

  • Zoom class meetings on Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00-10:50am
  • Textbook and online workbook assignments (please buy a new textbook so that you can get a code for the online workbook)
  • Weekly writing assignments written in Google Docs or Microsoft Word through our D2L page
  • Weekly grammar quizzes completed on our D2L page

This class will keep you busy, but most students are very happy with the class and learn a lot :)

Please contact me with any questions: annae.nichelson@pcc.edu

I really hope to have you in my Writing 5 class! 

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