ESL 3502: Academic Listening and Speaking

5 Credits

In this course students will develop skills and strategies for listening to authentic academic content and for speaking in discussions and presentations on academic topics in English. Students will listen to academic lectures, develop note-taking skills, and synthesize and respond to content. This course will help students further develop both their fluency and accuracy through work on pronunciation, spoken grammar, and academic vocabulary. Students will develop skills for making effective academic presentations in English. prereq: a first language other than English

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