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  • Entry requirements
    It is designed for students who speak English as their second language and need to improve their language skills for purposes of entering university or college career programs. Only domestic students (i.e. citizens, permanent residents, refugee claimants) would be admissible to this program. International students in Canada on a visitor's visa or study permit should enrol in the ESL (English as a Second Language) program at Fanshawe College.
  • Academic Title
    General Arts and Science (English Language Studies) Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    Group 1
    TAKE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
    • SKLS-2001
    • SKLS-2002
    • SKLS-2003
    • SKLS-2001    High Beginning Grammar Skills for ESL     9.00
    • SKLS-2002    Intermediate Grammar Skills for ESL     9.00
    • SKLS-2003    High Intermediate Grammar Skills for ESL     9.00

    Group 2

    TAKE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
    SPKG-1006
    • SPKG-1007
    • SPKG-1008
    • SPKG-1009
    • SPKG-1006    High Begin Listening & Speaking for ESL     9.00
    • SPKG-1007    Intermed Listening & Speaking for ESL     9.00
    • SPKG-1008    High Inter Listening & Speaking for ESL     7.00
    • SPKG-1009    Adv Acad Listening & Speaking for ESL     7.00

    Group 3
    TAKE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
    • COMP-1354
    • COMP-1355
    • COMP-1356
    • COMP-1357
    • COMP-1354    Computer Assisted Learning 2     1.50
    • COMP-1355    Computer Assisted Learning 3     1.50
    • COMP-1356    Computer Assisted Learning 4     1.50
    • COMP-1357    Computer Assisted Learning 5     1.50

    Year 1 - Reqmt 2
    Take 2 of the following groups:

    Group 1
    • WRIT-1026    High Begin Reading & Writing Skills-ESL     7.00

    Group 2

    • WRIT-1027    Intermed Reading & Writing Skills-ESL     7.00

    Group 3
    • EASL-1005    High Intermed Reading-ESL     4.00
    • WRIT-1028    High Inter Writing for ESL     4.00

    Group 4

    • EASL-1006    Advanced Academic Reading-ESL     9.00
    • WRIT-1029    Advanced Academic Writing-ESL     9.00

    COMP-1354 -  Computer Assisted Learning 2

    Designed to give non-native speakers of English atthe high beginning level an opportunity to developand consolidate their skills in Reading, Writing,Grammar, Speaking, Pronunciation, and Listening.Students work in a self-directed format in acomputer lab using specialized, interactive ESLsoftware.Students are required to complete assignments,tests, and task completion records.

    COMP-1355 -  Computer Assisted Learning 3
    Progress in the ESL program is dependent upon thesuccessful completion of COMPUTER ASSISTEDLEARNING 2. Designed to give non-native speakersof English at the intermediate level anopportunity to develop and consolidate theirskills in Reading, Writing, Grammar, Speaking,Pronunciation, and Listening. Students work in aself-directed format in a computer lab usingspecialized, interactive ESL software. Studentsare required to complete assignments, tests, andtask completion records.

    COMP-1356 -  Computer Assisted Learning 4
    Designed to give non-native speakers of English at the high intermediate level an opportunity to develop and consolidate their skills in Reading, Writing, Grammar, Speaking, Pronunciation, and Listening. Students work in a self-directed format in a computer lab using specialized, interactive ESL software. Students are required to complete assignments, tests, and task completion records.

    COMP-1357 -  Computer Assisted Learning 5
    Designed to give non-native speakers of English atthe advanced level an opportunity to develop andconsolidate their skills in Reading, Writing,Grammar, Speaking, Pronunciation, and Listening.Students work in a self-directed format in acomputer lab using specialized, interactive ESLsoftware. Students are required to completeassignments, tests, and task completion records.

    EASL-1005 -  High Intermed Reading-ESL
    EASL0001 - High Intermediate Reading for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English who want to develop more effective reading, vocabulary-building and language analysis skills. Selected readings taken from a wide range of authentic sources found in the text and on the Internet introduce students to reading skills such as distinguishing fact from opinion and inferencing, and vocubulary-binding strategies such as identifying figures of speech and using context to guess the meaning.

    EASL-1006 -  Advanced Academic Reading-ESL

    EASL1001 - ADVANCED READING AND RESEARCH FOR ESL is designed for ESL students who want to develop and strengthen academic reading and research abilities that will help them to succeed in post-secondary programs.

    SKLS-2001 -  High Beginning Grammar Skills for ESL
    SKLL0001 - High Beginning Grammar Skills for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English who have some limited previous exposure to the language but want to improve their understanding of fundamental grammatical structures, in both spoken and written formats. The course will focus on basic verb structures, question-making, short answers, adverbs of frequency, polite requests and simple modals.

    SKLS-2002 -  Intermediate Grammar Skills for ESL
    SKLL0002 - Intermediate Grammar Skills for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English who want to continue to improve their knowledge and use of grammatical structures, including verb tenses, modals, degree complements, articles and phrasal verbs.

    SKLS-2003 -  High Intermediate Grammar Skills for ESL
    SKLS0003 - High Intermediate Grammar Skills for ESL is designed for non-active speakers of English wo want to develop and consolidate their ability to use complex grammatical structures effectively and appropriately. The course includes a review of tenses and an in-depth study of the passive voice, modals, gerunds and infinitives and implied conditionals.

    SPKG-1006 -  High Begin Listening & Speaking for ESL

    SPKG0001 - High Beginning Listening and Speaking for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English at the high beginner level who want to improve their listening and speaking skills in a variety of formal and informal situations.

    SPKG-1007 -  Intermed Listening & Speaking for ESL
    SPKG0003 - Intermediate Listening and Speaking for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English at the intermediate level who want to develop their listening and speaking skills in a variety of formal and informal situations. The students will have the opportunity to learn the language needed to discuss relevant issues and topics.

    SPKG-1008 -  High Inter Listening & Speaking for ESL
    SPKG0005 - High Intermediate Listening and Speaking for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English at the intermediate level who want to further develop their listening and speaking skill in a variety of formal and informal situations. Students will discuss issues at a more academic level, as well as current events.

    SPKG-1009 -  Adv Acad Listening & Speaking for ESL
    SPKG0002 - High Beginning Listening and Speaking for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English at the high beginner level who want to improve their listening and speaking skills in a variety of formal and informal situations.

    WRIT-1026 -  High Begin Reading & Writing Skills-ESL

    WRIT0001 - High Beginning Reading and Writing for ESL is designed for non-native speakers who wish to improve their ability to read and write in English. The reading section will cover reading simple prose passages; decoding signs, warnings, and labels; understanding written instructions, requests and invitations; and answering questions related to prose and non-prose items. The writing section covers filling out forms; writing instructions; creating paragraphs and simple composition (e.g. personal information, narration, description, comparison/contrast); and developing editing and proofreading techniques (e.g. punctuation, capitalization, spelling).

    WRIT-1027 -  Intermed Reading & Writing Skills-ESL
    WRIT0002 - Intermediate Reading and Writing is an integrated course designed for non-native speakers of English who want to improve their ability to read English text with speed and accuracy, as well as to express ideas effectively in correct sentences and paragraphs. The course will focus on vocabulary development; reading comprehension; reading strategies such as prediction, reading for main ideas and details, inference, writing paragraphs that conform to English patterns of rhetoric.

    WRIT-1028 -  High Inter Writing for ESL

    WRIT0003 - High Intermediate Writing for ESL is designed for non-native speakers of English who want to improve their academic writing skills. While the primary focus of this course is on the paragraph, the final unit of instruction moves the student from the paragraph to the five paragraph essay. Because reading and writing skills are inextricably linked, students will read and analyze various model paragraphs and essays that illustrate the rhetorical modes and other techniques of writing that they hope to learn.

    WRIT-1029 -  Advanced Academic Writing-ESL
    WRIT1005 is designed for ESL students who want to develop and strengthen academic writing abilities that will help them to succeed in post-secondary programs. With a focus on production of coherent and cohesive essays, WRIT1005 also emphasizes the importance of effective composing strategies and skills, sentence-level correctness, and efficient editing/proofreading skills.

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