ESOL154 Level 5 Communication
Presents oral communication as a process that involves determination of purpose, selection and adjustment of strategies, comprehension checks, and integration of prior with new knowledge to address the communicative purpose. Develops listening comprehension and speaking skills at an intermediate level. Addresses use of important language functions, such as asking for clarification, agreeing, and negotiating meaning. Includes a minimum of one prepared speech. Reviews English consonants and vowels, consonant clusters, past tense and plural endings; common sound substitutions; intonation, phrasing, reductions and stress. Places communication in the context of academic and adult life roles. Prerequisite: ESOL placement test OR completion of ESOL 44/44N; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N or higher. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)
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|CRN||Location & type||Days & time||Dates||Seats available||Materials||More info||Sign up|
|20377 Canceled||CA Remote||TuThTuesday and Thursday|
from 1 to 2:50pm
|Canceled||Not applicable||Textbooks for CRN 20377||Instructor: Kim T Wright|
Tuition: credit Fees: $0
Course details: CRN 20377
There is no additional technology required for this class.
Our book for this course is
Interactions 1, 6th Edition, Tanka, ISBN: 9780077595180
Our textbook is available through the PCC Bookstore at Cascade Campus. You may find it online or buy it from another student who has used it in Level 5 Communicaiton. If you order your book from another place, make sure it is the correct edition. We will be using the 6th edition.
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