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English as a Second Language (ESL)

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

OVERVIEW                 | En Español |

If English is not your native language and you wish to improve your reading, writing and speaking skills, our English as a Second Language program is the place to start.* Learning English is a step in the right direction to reaching your academic and professional goals.

Improved English language skills will help you in all aspects of daily life, including

• Communicating with school officials and teachers
• Communicating with your employer
• Career advancement
• Personal, educational and professional growth

Our flexible comprehensive program offers five levels of instruction in Oral Communications, Grammar, and Reading & Writing and allows you to accelerate to a higher level whenever you are ready. High intermediate and advanced ESL courses can be counted as foreign language/humanities electives toward graduation.

*EAST CONN offers an ESL program for true beginners who do not place in one of our lower levels (see link at right).

OPTIONS
Courses only    
PROGRAM OF STUDY
    Credits  
Level II
ESL* 025
Grammar II 3  
Level III
ESL* 132
ESL* 135
ESL* 137
Reading/Writing III
Grammar III
Oral Communications III
6
3
3
 
Level IV
ESL* 142
ESL* 145
ESL* 147
Reading/Writing IV
Grammar IV
Oral Communications IV
6
3
3
 
Level V
ESL* 152
ESL* 155
ESL* 157
Reading/Writing V
Grammar V
Oral Communications V
6
3
3
 
Level VI
ESL* 162
ESL* 175
Reading/Writing VI
Grammar VI
6
3
 

 

WHO TAKES ESL CLASSES?

There are many reasons that people decide to take ESL classes:

• To meet daily communication needs
To strengthen their English language skills
To become employed
To become more successful in a job
For a job promotion
For getting involved in their children's education
For interacting in their community
To practice English with students from other countries
To develop good study skills
To pursue of college or university degree

FACULTY
Elkin Espitia-Loaiza
Associate Professor of Spanish
 

 

HOW TO CONTACT US

• Call the Willimantic Center at 860-336-0900 and
   ask for Norma, José  or Katie
• Visit the Willimantic Center at 729 Main Street
• Email Norma, José or Katie

SPOTLIGHT

Coming soon!

 


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