Course Catalog - ESOL

ESOL

PR: Prerequisite   |   CR: Credit for Course   |   SEM: Semesters   |   LC: Local Credit


English I SOL (9-12) #1170

This course may be substituted for English I for students with a home language other than English. The course incorporates both second language acquisition essential knowledge and skills and English language arts essential knowledge and skills.

PR: LPAC Approval

SEM: 2 CR: 1 state credit

 

English II SOL (10-12) #1270

This course may be substituted for English II for students with a home language other than English. The course incorporates both second language acquisition essential knowledge and skills and English language arts essential knowledge and skills.

PR: LPAC Approval

SEM: 2 CR: 1 state credit

 

English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) Year 1 #9121

English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) is designed to provide instructional opportunities for second-ary recent immigrant students with little or no English proficiency. These students have scored at the negligible/very limited academic language level of the state-approved English oral language proficiency tests. This course enables students to become increasingly more proficient in English in all four language domains. The English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) course will validate a student's native language and culture as a valuable resource and as a foundation to attain the English language. It will develop social language, survival vocabulary, and the basic building blocks of literacy for newly arrived and preliterate students. This course must be taken concurrently with a corequisite language arts course.

SEM: 2 CR: 1

 

English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) Year 2 #9122

English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) Year 2 is designed to provide a second year of instructional opportunities for secondary recent immigrant students with little or no English proficiency. These students have scored at the negligible/very limited academic language level of the state-approved English oral language proficiency tests. This course enables students to become increasingly more proficient in English in all four language domains. The English Language Development and Acquisition (ELDA) course will validate a student's native language and culture as a valuable resource and as a foundation to attain the English language. It will develop social language, survival vocabulary, and the basic building blocks of literacy for newly arrived and preliterate students. This course must be taken concurrently with a corequisite language arts course.

SEM: 2 CR: 1