Welcome To The ESLExcellence Institute 2

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Published on November 12, 2008

Author: ESLEXCEL

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This is a presentation describing the services rendered in the ESL Excellence Institute.

WELCOME TO THE  ESL EXCELLENCE INSTITUTE   WHERE ONLINE EDUCATION IS VALUED! JOIN US IN THE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM AND LEARN, LEARN, LEARN!

                   ESL  ADMINISTRATOR                 Ms. Snyder, MSED TESOL [email_address]     COURSES OFFERED:              ESL 1-7                                                Business English                                                 College Level Writing   Beginning Level Spanish                                                 College Level Reading

    COURSES OFFERED:           

  ESL 1-7

                                              

Business English

                                               

College Level Writing

 

Beginning Level Spanish

                                               

College Level Reading

  MEETING TIMES Monday /Wednesday:     9-12 AM, 1-3 PM and 6-9 PM                                                 Tuesday /Thursday:         9-12 AM, 1-3 PM and 6-9 PM                                                 Friday/Saturday:              9-12 AM, 1-3 PM and 6-9 PM

    REQUIRED MATERIALS   http://www.scribd.com/doc/7776489/College-Level-ESL-Instruction-Gerunds-Infinitives-Veterans-Day-and-Idioms   •       Notebook     •      Textbook                  •      Computer

 

http://www.scribd.com/doc/7776489/College-Level-ESL-Instruction-Gerunds-Infinitives-Veterans-Day-and-Idioms

 

•       Notebook

    •      Textbook

                 •      Computer

    QUIZZES, TESTS & EXAMS   There will be one major exam per semester covering everything learned from the beginning of the course to that point in time. Exams are scheduled during the end of the cycle. There will be tests on every unit in the syllabus. Tests will be preannounced.  All tests are worth a minimum of 100 points. Quizzes may or may not be preannounced and will take up to 20 minutes to complete. They will be small in the scope of material that they cover. 

 

There will be one major exam per semester covering everything learned from the beginning of the course to that point in time. Exams are scheduled during the end of the cycle. There will be tests on every unit in the syllabus. Tests will be preannounced.  All tests are worth a minimum of 100 points. Quizzes may or may not be preannounced and will take up to 20 minutes to complete. They will be small in the scope of material that they cover. 

      PAPERS & PROJECTS     There will be one project per section on the syllabus. Some projects will be done in small groups, others will be done individually. At the time the assignment is distributed, the size of the group applicable to the project will be announced.    There are no planned papers for this course, although in some cases, for extra credit, the instructor may deem a paper appropriate. A reading report is due once a week.

 

 

There will be one project per section on the syllabus. Some projects will be done in small groups, others will be done individually. At the time the assignment is distributed, the size of the group applicable to the project will be announced. 

 

There are no planned papers for this course, although in some cases, for extra credit, the instructor may deem a paper appropriate.

A reading report is due once a week.

      ATTENDANCE & TARDINESS POLICY   In order to learn all of the material taught,  students are required to attend 80% of the classes throughout the cycle. Studenets are urged to come to all classes.

 

In order to learn all of the material taught,  students are required to attend 80% of the classes throughout the cycle. Studenets are urged to come to all classes.

AREAS OF STUDY ESL/GRAMMAR VERB TENSES SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT NOUNS PRONOUNS THE PASSIVE FORM PRONOUNS MODALS GERUNDS INFINITIVES ADVERBS PREPOSITIONS READING   MAIN IDEA INFERENCES RECALLING FACTS VOCABULARY PREDICTION  AUTHOR'S PURPOSE CRITICAL THINKING SUMMARIZING

ESL/GRAMMAR

VERB TENSES

SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT

NOUNS

PRONOUNS

THE PASSIVE FORM

PRONOUNS

MODALS

GERUNDS

INFINITIVES

ADVERBS

PREPOSITIONS

READING

 

MAIN IDEA

INFERENCES RECALLING FACTS

VOCABULARY

PREDICTION 

AUTHOR'S PURPOSE

CRITICAL THINKING

SUMMARIZING

    AREAS OF STUDY   BUSINESS LETTERS RESUME WRITING COVER LETTERS REPORT WRITING RESEARCH PAPERS ESSAYS THESIS STATEMENTS

 

BUSINESS LETTERS RESUME WRITING COVER LETTERS REPORT WRITING RESEARCH PAPERS ESSAYS THESIS STATEMENTS

      Invest in your education, contact [email_address] OR [email_address] Professor Snyder, MSED, TESOL http://eslexcel.com/default.aspx http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/21274 http://professorsnyder.spokenskills.com/ http://eslexcellence.googlepages.com     http://www.scribd.com/doc/7528905/ESL-Instruction-Voting-Vocabulary-US-Geography-Reading-Halloween  

Professor Snyder, MSED, TESOL http://eslexcel.com/default.aspx http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/21274 http://professorsnyder.spokenskills.com/ http://eslexcellence.googlepages.com

 

 

http://www.scribd.com/doc/7528905/ESL-Instruction-Voting-Vocabulary-US-Geography-Reading-Halloween

 

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