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Our ESL Classes are taught with an integrated approach across the four skill sets (reading, writing, listening and speaking) using MCI's portfolio based learning assessment (PBLA) model. This means students can also showcase their work, in their individual portfolios or binders, as they progress.

Morning ESL Literacy
9:00am to 11:30am 

  • This course provides support for ESL students who have literacy needs in their first language. Learners practice letter and word recognition and numeracy before progressing to short messages, written instructions and real world exercises.

Morning Basic (1-3)
9:00am to 11:30am 

  • This course provides practice in all skill areas. Learners will practice their ability to read and understand short messages, written instructions, simple forms, and short texts which include practicing filling out forms, writing paragraphs, and e-mail messages. Each unit also includes activities focusing on grammar, language functions, and vocabulary. The method of instruction will be a combination of class discussion, role-playing, debates, individual and group presentations, and note taking from guest speakers and lectures.

Morning Intermediate (4-8 / EAP)
9:00am to 11:30am 

  • This course provides practice in all skill areas. This class will be organized around units, each with a central theme taken from various academic and professional disciplines. Each unit includes activities focusing on grammar, language functions, and vocabulary. The method of instruction will be a combination of class discussion, role-playing, debates, individual and group presentations, and note taking from guest speakers and lectures. The course also develops the skills and principles of effective reading and writing, focusing on organization of materials to produce a unified essay. Emphasis will be placed upon planning, organizing and developing the essay as well as editing and proofreading papers. Learners will practice their critical thinking skills as they analyze and evaluate the topic-related issues and develop their own ideas and ways to express them. There will also be a large number of authentic readings, including textbook excerpts, articles, essays, and short stories. 

Afternoon ESL Literacy
12:00am to 2:30am 

  • This course provides support for ESL students who have literacy needs in their first language. Learners practice letter and word recognition and numeracy before progressing to short messages, written instructions and real world exercises.

Afternoon Basic (1-3)
12:00pm to 2:30pm

  • This course provides practice in all skill areas. Learners will practice their ability to read and understand short messages, written instructions, simple forms, and short texts which include practicing filling out forms, writing paragraphs, and e-mail messages. Each unit also includes activities focusing on grammar, language functions, and vocabulary. The method of instruction will be a combination of class discussion, role-playing, debates, individual and group presentations, and note taking from guest speakers and lectures.

Afternoon Intermediate (4-8 / EAP)
12:00pm to 2:30pm

  • This course provides practice in all skill areas. This class will be organized around units, each with a central them taken from various academic and professional disciplines. Each unit includes activities focusing on grammar, language functions, and vocabulary. The method of instruction will be a combination of class discussion, role-playing, debates, individual and group presentations, and note taking from guest speakers and lectures. The course also develops the skills and principles of effective reading and writing, focusing on organization of materials to produce a unified essay. Emphasis will be placed upon planning, organizing and developing the essay as well as editing and proofreading papers. Learners will practice their critical thinking skills as they analyze and evaluate the topic-related issues and develop their own ideas and ways to express them. There will also be a large number of authentic readings, including textbook excerpts, articles, essays, and short stories. 

English for Academic Purposes

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

  • See: Intermediate CLB 4-8 / EAP courses listed above.

 

 

 
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