Prerequisite Recommended: Student must have successfully completed ESOL 0033 or placed into course through appropriate assessment.
Course Description: This course stresses academic speaking skills. Students learn formal presentation techniques as they defend a point of view and participate in seminars, panels, and debates. Formal rhetorical skills such as cause/effect, process, and persuasion will be practiced. In addition, students refine note-taking skills and practice critical assessment of arguments and presentation skills. Pronunciation skills, including stress and intonation, will continue to be refined with focused effort on areas of need through monitoring of oral production. (1 Lec., 3 Lab.)
Coordinating Board Academic Approval Number 3201085512