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ELL Beginning 

Course Description: In the ELL Beginning Class, you will practice English speaking, listening, reading, and writing to prepare you to use English in your life and work.  You will also learn the alphabet and letter sounds, the numbers, beginning math, and computers.  You will practice learning skills like organizing your papers, following classroom directions, following handouts, writing in your notebook, and using flashcards.  

 

ELL 1 

Course Description: In the ELL 1 Class, you will practice English speaking, listening, reading, and writing to prepare you to use English in your life and work.  You will also learn the alphabet  and letter sounds, the numbers, beginning math, and computers.  You will practice learning skills like organizing your papers, following classroom directions, following handouts, writing in your notebook, and using flashcards.  

 

ELL 2 

Course Description: In the ELL 2 Class, you will practice English speaking and pronunciation, listening, reading, writing, and grammar to prepare you to use English in your life and work.  You will also learn to pronounce and spell letter sounds by themselves and in words, as well as write complete sentences spelling common words correctly.   You will use computers to find information on websites, use English learning websites, and use email.  You will need to show good learning skills like organizing your papers, following classroom directions, following handouts, and taking notes in your notebook. 

 

ELL 3

Course Description: In the ELL 3 Class, you will practice English speaking and pronunciation, listening, reading, writing, and grammar to prepare you to use English more fluently in your life and work.  You will also learn to pronounce and spell more accurately the letter sounds by themselves and in words, as well as write complete sentences spelling common and practiced words correctly.   You will use computers to find information on websites, use English learning websites, use email, and create documents.  You will need to show good learning skills like organizing your papers, following classroom directions, following handouts, and taking notes in your notebook, as well as independent learning skills like using a dictionary, studying online, doing homework, and note taking.

 

Using English (3 Levels of Courses: ELL 2, ELL 3/4 and ELL 5/6)

Using English will help you learn the communication and technology skills you need to make a better life for you and your family in the U.S.  You will learn skills in class and use these skills to help you solve (fix) problems in your life.  What do you need to do in your life?  What is difficult for you to do?  What English language, vocabulary, and grammar do you need to better communicate?  What technology do you need to find information and help? What learning skills do you need to prepare for more education and work?  All these questions are answered in this Using English class.