Are you worried about making the transition from high school to college?
Are you wondering how things will be different and what you can do to make sure your college years are a big success?
This online class for 11th & 12th graders will help to answer those questions for you. You will learn how to manage your time, communicate effectively with professors, connect socially, learn to use study centers, apply for scholarships, essay writing and much more. We don't only want you to do well academically in college, we want you to thrive in your new learning environment! This course will give you the tools to do just that.
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This course will provide students with coping skills and cultural information to help them understand the contexts of language and allow them to be culturally responsive.
Students will be taught how to use common vocabulary and grammar for everyday life, understand short conversations containing common words and phrases, as well as simple writing functions. Students will progress onto learned phrases, language expression and idioms. They will be encouraged to speak with less hesitation and, improve pronunciation including the clarity of vowel and consonant sounds.
In addition, students will be taught to become effective listeners through oral discussion, peer group, and listening to documentaries and ESL Audio short stories.
Overall, ESL students will have opportunities to become culturally fluent in US culture while learning English.
This class is for Elementary aged students.
If you are intested in ESL classes for your child please click add them to the waitlist and we will contact you as soon as the next ESL class opens for registration!
Develop mathematics and reading, writing, language skills and vocabulary for the test and your everyday life. Learn how to select your answers through careful strategic analysis in the interactive zoom class!
Required Textbook: The College Board Official SAT Study Guide