ENG 14102: English Conversation 1. A Novice-High level conversation class, broken into thematic units. This semester we examine three Essential Questions:
- Who am I, and how do I relate to my community?
- What makes a city great?
- How is technology changing our lives?
ENG 12206: English Conversation 3. Continuation of ENG 14107. An Intermediate-Mid level conversation class, broken into thematic units. This semester we examine two Essential Questions:
- How is urbanization changing how humans live around the world?
- What affect is automation having on how we work and play, and what does the future hold?
ENG 14107: English Conversation 2. Continuation of ENG 14102. Current Text: Life 1. National Geographic Learning/Cengage Learning.
ENG 12206: English Conversation 3. Continuation of ENG 14107.
ENG 12201: Academic Writing 1. Development of paragraph-length compositions. Students practice the writing process and learn the structure of English paragraph organization. Current Text: Great Paragraphs.
ENG 12211/ENG 14301: Academic Writing 2. Continuation of ENG 12201. Current Text: Great Paragraphs.
ENG 14412/TSL 14311: Advanced Academic Writing & Logic. Bridging the gap between paragraphs-length and essay-length writing, students learn to develop ideas at greater depth, plan for clear and concise sharing of ideas, research and documentation of sources, and practice multiple-stage editing. Current Text: Oshima, A. and Hogue, A. (2006). Writing Academic English, 4th ed. Pearson Education, Inc.
ENG14405 – Speech and Presentations. Essential skills for oral presentation delivery. Text: Speaking of Speech