Jul 06, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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AELE 0054 - English as a Second Language Advanced


Listening, speaking, reading, and writing are taught simultaneously.  Comprehend abstract topics, hidden messages, and conversations that include new vocabulary and new topics.  Extend vocabulary.  Listen actively to comprehend and respond to increasingly complex spoken language. Identify main ideas and supporting details in spoken language. When listening to spoken language, summarize and take notes. Make inferences about spoken language, evaluating the accuracy and relevance.  Read complex texts and use advanced reading strategies for comprehensions such as inference, making predictions, author’s purpose, and evaluating the credibility of evidence presented.  Refer to a text to support, defend, or clarify interpretations. Identify, analyze, and evaluate an author’s assumptions and beliefs about a topic. Accurately paraphrase and summarize information.  Write multi-paragraph compositions with fluency, logic and organization with a variety of purposes such as personal needs, academic assignments, work-related needs, and for civic participation. Write with fluency and sophistication for different audiences.

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Notes
This is an NCBO (non-course based option) and does not meet elective or graduation requirements.



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