English as 2nd Language (ESL)

ESL-091  Technical English I    0 Credits

Prerequisites: None
Terms Offered: As needed
This course is NOT available to Kettering degree seeking students. This course meets for 10 contact hours a week and is comprised of five classes: Listening/Speaking, Grammar, Reading, Writing and a special topics class. The course is designed to meet the needs of IEP delegates in their specific programs and therefore is only open to individuals participating in IEP.
Lecture: 10, Lab 0, Other 0

ESL-096  Intermediate I    0 Credits

Prerequisites: None
Terms Offered: As needed
In the Intermediate 1 level, students meet for 20 contact hours and 2 lab/practice hours every week. The 20 contact hours are equally divided among four classes: Listening/Speaking, Grammar, Reading, and Writing. Students will begin to develop the proficiency, confidence and skills necessary to understand and engage in regular academic and professional communication on a variety of STEM and business related topics through the use of the assigned textbook material, authentic lectures and coursework. Placement into this course requires an average CEFR rating of A2 or completion of at least two years of high school English (or equivalent). Students who successfully complete ESL 096 with a 75% or higher will move on to ESL 097 in the following term. NOTE: This course meets for 20 lecture hours and 2 lab/practice hours every week.
Lecture: 20, Lab 0, Other 2

ESL-097  English as a Second Language I    0 Credits

Prerequisites: None
Terms Offered: As needed
This course meets for 20 contact hours a week and is comprised of four classes: Listening/Speaking, Grammar, Reading, and Writing. Placement into this course will require an average CEFR rating of B1. As a basic skills course, it cannot substitute for any of the general education courses required of all students. Credits for ESL-097 do not apply to degree requirements.
Lecture: 20, Lab 0, Other 0

ESL-098  English as a Second Language II    0 Credits

Prerequisites: ESL-097
Terms Offered: As needed
This course meets for 20 contact hours a week and is comprised of four classes: Listening/Speaking, Grammar, Reading, and Writing. Placement into this course will require an average CEFR rating of B1+ or B2 or completion of ESL-097. As a basic skills course, it cannot substitute for any of the general education courses required of all students. Credits for ESL-098 do not apply to degree requirements.
Lecture: 20, Lab 0, Other 0

ESL-099  English as a Second Language III    0 Credits

Prerequisites: ESL-098
Terms Offered: As needed
This course meets for 20 contact hours a week and is comprised of four classes: Listening/Speaking, Grammar, Reading, and Writing. Placement into this course will require an average CEFR rating of B2 or B2+ or completion of ESL-098. As a basic skills course, it cannot substitute for any of the general education courses required of all students. Credits for ESL-099 do not apply to degree requirements.
Lecture: 20, Lab 0, Other 0