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Reading-focused: ESOL 0300: Basic ESOL Reading and Vocabulary (Levelland)

ESOL students whose TSIA2 ELAR and ESSAY test scores place them at the BASIC LEVEL, according to the charts above, need to enroll in both of the following courses during the FALL semester:


o This course helps students begin to develop English reading proficiency and vocabulary for academic, career, or personal purposes. Placement is determined by need and/or TSI reading scores. Open only to non-native speakers.

Writing-focused: ESOL 0301: Grammar for Non-Native Speakers (Levelland)

ESOL students whose TSIA2 ELAR and ESSAY test scores place them at the BASIC LEVEL, according to the charts, need to enroll in both of the following courses during the FALL semester:


o This course focuses on Standard American English grammar usage for academic purposes. Placement is determined by need and/or TSI writing scores. Open only to non-native speakers.

Writing-focused: ESOL 0302: Writing for Non-Native Speakers (Levelland)

ESOL students whose TSIA2 ELAR and ESSAY test scores place them at the INTERMEDIATE LEVEL, according to the charts above, need to enroll in both of these courses during the SPRING semester:


o For ESOL students at ABE/Diagnostic levels 4-6 in writing (ELAR)
o This course focuses on strategies and techniques of writing and composition as well as academic reading skills. Open only to non-native speakers. Successful completion of this course (grade of “B” or better) means a student is TSI-complete in writing.

Reading-focused: ESOL 0303: ESOL Reading and Vocabulary (Levelland)

ESOL students whose TSIA2 ELAR and ESSAY test scores place them at the INTERMEDIATE LEVEL, according to the charts above, need to enroll in both of these courses during the SPRING semester:


oFor ESOL students at ABE/Diagnostic levels 4-6 in reading (ELAR)
o This course helps develop English reading proficiency and vocabulary for academic, career, or personal purposes in speakers of languages other than English. Open only to non-native speakers. Successful completion of this course (grade of “B” or better) means a student is TSI-complete in reading.

Kimberley Holland

Adjunct Instructor of ESOL

B.A. LIFE Pacific University; Certificate-Spanish Instituto de Lengua Española; M.A., TESOL Certificate Biola University

Office: LIB 326
Phone: 806-716-2431
Email:  kholland@southplainscollege.edu

 

 

Sharon Race

Sharon Race

Chairperson of the English and Philosophy Department and Professor of English

2019 Faculty Excellence Award Winner

Office: 106
Phone: 806.716.2439
Email:  srace@southplainscollege.edu