Reading III - ESL 52 at Virginia Western Community College


         
 
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ESL 52 - Reading III
Emphasizes applying and synthesizing ideas. Includes ways to detect organization, summarize, make inferences, draw conclusions, evaluate generalizations, recognize differences between facts and opinions, and introduces other advanced comprehension strategies. May also include comprehensive library skills. Credits are not applicable toward graduation.
Lecture 3-6 hours per week.
Prerequisite: Requires competency in reading as indicated by the placement test or by teacher recommendation from a previous level. Helps students improve their reading comprehension and vocabulary development. Improves students' reading proficiency to a level that would allow students to succeed in certificate and degree programs.
3-6 credits

Schedule at Virginia Western Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
37730 ESL 52-NV1 5
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-05-20 Virtual Distance Learning WW
For information on registering, contact Enrollment Services at enroll@virginiawestern.edu.
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
Starts May 20. Students must register by May 19.
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
Twelve-week online course offered by NOVA Online. NOVA Online courses are 100% online requiring students to have reliable access to a computer and internet service. This class has no scheduled meeting times. Due dates can be found in the syllabus. Helps students improve their reading comprehension and vocabulary development. Improves students' reading proficiency to a level which would allow students to succeed in certificate and degree programs. Emphasizes applying and synthesizing ideas. Includes ways to detect organization, summarize, make inferences, draw conclusions, evaluate generalizations, recognize differences between facts and opinions, and introduces other advanced comprehension strategies. May also include comprehensive library skills. Credits are not applicable toward graduation. Lecture 5 hours per week.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
42322 ESL 52-NV1 5
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-09-09 Virtual Distance Learning WW
For information on registering, contact Enrollment Services at enroll@virginiawestern.edu.
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
Starts September 9. Students must register by September 8.
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
2nd twelve-week online course offered by NOVA Online. NOVA Online courses are 100% online requiring students to have reliable access to a computer and internet service. This class has no scheduled meeting times. Due dates can be found in the syllabus. Starts September 9. Prerequisite: An English placement recommendation for ESL Level 5 or successful completion of ESL 41 (or ESL 48) and ESL 42. ESL 51 and ESL 52 are required to complete Level 5. Prepares students for college-level writing and basic research by practicing the writing process, emphasizing development of thought in essays of greater length, and incorporating research-based evidence. Writing should demonstrate increasing complexity and use of appropriate syntax and diction. Credits are not applicable toward graduation. Lecture 5 hours per week.
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