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GE Beginning-Advanced Module C

  • language: English
  • duration: 4 weeks
  • start date: 2:00 PM Sep. 09 2019
Academic English

About this Course

See below.

For the course syllabus, student forms, and policies, please refer to Student Resources on the TLC website.


General English will provide students with an opportunity to develop listening and speaking skills, enhance structural accuracy, and foster an expansion of everyday English communication skills. The beginning level of this program will help students to listen for details in conversations, organize oral information, distinguish between fact and opinion, take notes on a variety of sources, respond to both personal questions and questions about overheard discussions, use the simple present and simple past tense accurately, and work with various parts of speech in context.

General English will provide students with an opportunity to develop listening and speaking skills, enhance structural accuracy, and foster an expansion of everyday English communication skills. The intermediate level of this program will help students to evaluate, integrate, and paraphrase information from a variety of oral sources, deliver summaries on information obtained, argue a stance on a particular topic, and utilize all of the simple tenses as well as the Present Progressive, Past Progressive, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive tenses in context.

General English will provide students with an opportunity to develop listening and speaking skills, enhance structural accuracy, and foster an expansion of everyday English communication skills. The advanced level of this program will help students to brainstorm, discuss, restate, ask about, and respond to information found in a variety of current events and general topics; associate cause and effect and classify information from a variety of oral sources, including live and technological resources and determine the value of this information; identify and produce sentences incorporating adverb, adjective, and noun clauses, including true and untrue conditionals; produce sentences in all of the English verb tenses; and produce and respond to critical analysis questions about a variety of topics.


Course Objectives:

Students will be able to:

• discuss housing, jobs, travel, and the community

• give opinions • use maps/GPS and give/get directions

• argue a point or defend a preference

• identify details in conversations or arguments

• determine truth and validity in statements

• discuss cuisine, restaurants, clothing, and advertisements from various forms of media

Learning modules

  • Week One
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Idioms #1

    • Idioms #2

    • Bring 5 idioms to class

    • Impromptu Speaking

    • BLURT!

    • Week 1 Evaluation

    • Week 2 Evaluation

    • Idioms Worksheet

    • BLURT! (2)

  • Week Two
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

  • Week Three
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Verb Conjugation Worksheets

    • Blurt Sentences

  • Week Four
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Check for conj. completion

    • Verb Conj. Evaluation

    • Verbs Homework

    • BLURT!

About the Instructor

3 courses

14 students

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Rosemary Lackey

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