Monday, July 2, 2018

Welcome to Fall 2018!

Fall 2018
CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO: JOHN ADAMS
ESLN 3600, Intermediate Low Level 6 – CRN 80724
Instructor:  Denise Selleck
Room 316 – 10:15
Website: ESLatJAD.blogspot.com


Welcome!   Here’s what you need to know about this class:

Book:

FUTURE 4 Student Book & Workbook Package

Top of Form
Author: Diaz, Magy & Salas-Isnardi
ISBN: 9780134684918
Copyright Year: 2017
Publisher: Pearson
Bottom of Form


Class Rules:

  • Everyone needs to have the books.  You will have one week from your first day in class to get them.

  • You are responsible for bringing your books, as well as pencils or pens, highlighters, paper or notebook, and a binder or folder to class every day. I can’t make many copies, so if I ask you to bring a handout back the next day, please do it!!

  • If you are going to be absent for several days or have to stop coming to class, please tell or email Denise.

  • If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to find out what you missed.  Extra copies will be in the file box

  • Turn off your cell phone ringer in class.  If you must have your phone on, turn it to vibrate.  If you must talk on the phone, go outside of the classroom.


What will we do in this class?

  • We’ll use our book and workbook.
  • We’ll study an idiom every day.
  • We’ll listen to or read the Daily Almanac.
  • We’ll study 5 irregular verbs a week and have weekly tests on them.
  • We’ll learn a lot and have fun, too!  😊 😊 😊
 
Students who plan to take credit classes can do extra writing assignments.  Talk to Denise about this.


Learn English faster:

  • *      Speak English to your classmates.
  • *      Do your homework.
  • *      Go to Denise’s website.
  • *      Check out books from the library.
  • *      Ask Denise for extra work.


Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Outcome 1: Engage in extended conversational exchanges about topics beyond survival needs.
  • Outcome 2: Construct relevant ideas and appropriate details into one or more clearly organized short paragraphs.
  • Outcome 3: Use Intermediate Low Level 6 structures and forms.
  • Outcome 4: Identify main ideas in spoken English containing some unfamiliar words in familiar contexts.
  • Outcome 5: Use a variety of word analysis skills to determine the meaning of new words in familiar authentic texts.
  • Outcome 6: Interpret authentic and adapted narratives and descriptive passages on familiar topics.


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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Welcome to Fall 2017

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School will be starting soon.  Here's the handout for the first day:


Spring 2016
CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO: JOHN ADAMS CENTER
ESLN 3560, Intermediate Low Levels 5/6 – CRN 82320
Instructor:  Denise Selleck
Room 317 – 8:15
Website: ESLatJAD.blogspot.com


Congratulations!  You are now in intermediate non-credit ESL at City College of San Francisco.  Here’s what you need to know about this class:


Book:              Touchstone 3, Second Edition
Top of Form
Author: McCarthy
ISBN: 978-1-107-66583-5
Copyright Year: 2014
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
($32.50 new at CCSF Bookstore)

Class Rules

  • Everyone must have a book.  You will have one week from your first day in class to get a book.

  • You are responsible for bringing your book, as well as pencils or pens, highlighters, paper or notebook, and a binder or folder to class every day.

  • If you are going to be absent for several days or have to stop coming to class, please tell or email Denise.

  • If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to find out what you missed.  Extra copies will be in the file box

  • Turn off your cell phone ringer in class.  If you must have your phone on, turn it to vibrate.  If you must talk on the phone, go outside of the classroom.

Besides our book:

  • We’ll study an idiom every day.
  • We’ll study 8 irregular verbs a week and have weekly tests on them.
Students who want to pass the Level 4 writing test or plan to take credit classes can do extra writing assignments.  Talk to Denise about this.


Learn English faster:

*      Speak English to your classmates.
*      Do your homework.
*      Go to Denise’s website.
*      Check out books from the library.
*      Ask Denise for extra work.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Outcome 1: Recognize spoken English containing some unfamiliar words in mostly familiar contexts.
  • Outcome 2: Engage in English conversations in formal and informal settings on familiar topics with increasing ease and accuracy.
  • Outcome 3: Use an increasing variety of word analysis skills to determine the meaning of new words in context.
  • Outcome 4: Differentiate fact from opinion in simplified reading material and some authentic material.
  • Outcome 5: Organize relevant ideas and appropriate details into one or more clearly organized short paragraphs or speeches.
  • Outcome 6: Use Intermediate Low language structures and forms.
 


You are going to learn a lot this semester and have fun too!
🌝