Feb 05, 2023
ABE 062 - ESL 5: Reading and Writing 15 Credits
Designed for adults who have some proficiency in the English language. Integrates the instruction of reading, writing and technology skills. ESL 5 is equivalent to CASAS scores 229-235.
Instructor Permission Required Yes
Quarters Typically Offered
Designed to Serve This course is designed to serve ESL students who have completed the exit criteria of ESL Level 4 or who demonstrate proficiency suitable for Level 5.
Active Date 20200110T13:10:14
Grading System Credit/Non-Credit
Variable Credit Yes Range 1-15
Continuous Enrollment Yes
Class Limit 35
Shared Learning Environment Yes
Contact Hours: Lecture 165
Total Contact Hours 165
- Entrance assessment of existing skill level.
- Introduction to and mastery of Level 5 exit criteria and SLOs through class assignments, small group work, and lecture.
- Exit assessment of existing skill level.
Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate the ability to discuss, summarize, and analyze a variety of academic and non-academic topics
Demonstrate the ability to critically read, summarize, and analyze a variety of texts for different purposes (Lexile 830-1010)
Demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions, make inferences, and provide analyses using evidence from texts (Lexile 830-1010)
Accurately use the writing process to generate an organized and unified five-paragraph essay, using citations as appropriate, both on paper and using technology
Accurately use Level 5 writing conventions, learned academic vocabulary, and grammar
Effectively use technology to communicate and collaborate with others
Effectively use technology to conduct online research
Use transition skills appropriate for ESL 5
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