英语学习者

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When asked what skills they'd like their employees to have, most employers answer: 沟通技巧.

M State is committed to helping students develop their 沟通技巧. For students who speak languages other than English, building these skills begins with l形的 classes offered on our 学习 campus and online (see current 课程表 可用性).

Specific l形的 course descriptions are listed here:

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l形的基础

l形的0050: l形的基金会: This grammar-based course is designed to prepare students to succeed in college-level fundamental courses. The course supports progress toward fluency in the English skill areas of speaking, 听, reading and writing through intensive study of grammatical structures. Content is chosen to provide sound models for needed basic written forms.

学术词汇

学术词汇: This vocabulary course is for non-native learners of English. Students will learn the vocabulary most frequently used in college-level coursework, as well as the strategies necessary to acquire this vocabulary quickly and efficiently.

l形的阅读

l形的0060: l形的读取: This reading course is for non-native learners of English. Students will learn the skills and vocabulary necessary to read college-level materials with emphasis given to effective note taking and 总结. Students will engage in frequent large and small group discussions of reading material and be exposed to a variety of reading strategies.

美式英语表达

美式英语表达: This vocabulary course is for non-native learners of English. Students will learn common idiomatic expressions used in North American English, with emphasis on expressions grouped by cultural themes. It is designed to develop both language and cultural fluency by exploring the idioms Americans use regularly and the cultural background of those expressions.

美式英语发音

l形的0075:美语发音: This pronunciation course is for non-native speakers of English. It is designed to help students improve their ability to be clearly understood in spoken communication in the United States. Through focusing on general speaking habits, 语调, 音节划分法, 压力, 节奏, contraction and vowel and consonant sounds, students will learn how to more accurately adjust their pronunciation to general North American English pronunciation.

听力和口语

l形的1020: 听力和口语:  This course is for non-native learners of English. Students will develop the 听 and speaking skills necessary for participating in college-level classroom discussion, incorporating oral presentation and fostering critical 听 skills needed for taking notes and understanding lectures.

写我

l形的1060:写作1: This writing course is for non-native learners of English and is designed to prepare students for l形的1080: l形的 写二世. Students will learn the short essay form for expository writing, emphasizing sentence and paragraph structures as well as editing for increased accuracy.

写二世

l形的1080:写作2: This writing course is for non-native learners of English and is designed to prepare students for college-level writing tasks and/or courses. Students will learn multiple-paragraph essay forms with an emphasis on paraphrasing, 总结, 引用和分析资料. Students will inventory patterns of error and create an individual plan for increasing accuracy.

 

学术英语(EAP)

M State’s EAP courses provide language support for multilingual students who have graduated from American high schools. EAP courses are paired with college-level, credit-bearing课程, giving students the opportunity to enter the college classroom in their first semester at M State.

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阅读与编辑策略

EAP1001: 阅读与编辑策略: This course is for students in their first semester of study in the EAP cohort. The course pairs with ENGL0097: Express English and an academic content course. Students will learn strategies for taking notes and analyzing texts, identifying patterns of error in their writing and applying strategies for increasing sentence-level accuracy.

阅读与编辑策略

EAP1101: 阅读与编辑策略: This course is for students in their second semester of study in the EAP cohort and pairs with ENGL1101: College Writing and an academic content course. Students will continue to develop language skills necessary to read and understand a variety of texts. The course also will continue development of editing skills and build research skills, including the critical analysis of sources.

For more information, please contact Heidi Anderson, l形的/ENGL Instructor, at 海蒂.anderson@mschild.net.

 

英语语言资源

Adult Basic Education (ABE) Sites (services available at no cost/fee):
Links to practice sites for reading, 听, writing, speaking and cultural knowledge: