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ESL Courses

Courses in the ESL Program are designed to help students improve their proficieny in writing, reading, and speaking and listening.  ESL instructors effectifely use grammar, vocabulary, culture, academic contexts and real-world settings to enable students to use English meaningfully and effectively in every day communication and in preparation for academic study in degree programs. For a description of each course, see the EMU Undergraduate Catalog and Graduate Catalog.

F-1 visa-holding students in the Intensive English Program study 18 hours per week in accordance with the U.S. federal regulatios for language study. 

Sequence of ESLN Courses

Foundation Beginning     Intermediate Advanced   Academic  Graduate     

ESLN 002

Writing

ESLN 012

ESLN 112 

 Writing

ESLN 022

ESLN 212

Writing

ESLN 031

ESLN 311 Writing

ESLN 042

ESLN 412 Writing

ESLN 052

ESLN 512 Writing

ESLN 004 Reading

ESLN 014

ESLN 114 Reading

ESLN 024

ESLN 214 Reading

ESLN 035

ESLN 324 Reading

ESLN 044

ESLN 414 Reading

ESLN 054

ESLN 514

Reading

ESLN 006 Spkng/Lstng

ESLN 016

ESLN 116 Spkng/Lstng

ESLN 026

ESLN 216 Spkng/Lstng

ESLN 045

ESLN 326  Spkng/Lstng

ESLN 046

ESLN 416 Spkng/Lstng

ESLN 056

ESLN 516 Spkng/Lstng













ESLN 049

ESLN 419 Vocabulary

ESLN 058

ESLN 518 Vocabulary

ESLN 040/410  Academic ESL Grammar

ESLN 033/313 American Pronunciation
ESLN 038/315  Study Skills for the the English Lang. Learner
ESLN 037/317 American Language and Culture
ESLN 039/319 Community and Current Events 

ESL courses are subject to University policies, including probation and dismissal. Please see the current Student Handbook and Policy Guide for more information

 

ESL Summer 2016 Exit Test:

Thursday, July 14: 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM Room 111 Halle Library

Saturday, July 16: 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM Room 111 Halle Library

Sign Up Here: Summer 2016 ESL Exit Test

Preparation Materials:

Exit Test General Information

100/200 Writing

300 Writing

400/500 Writing

100/200 Listening

300 Listening

400/500 Listening

100/200 Reading

300 Reading

400/500 Reading

 

 

English as a Second Language is part of the World Languages Department, 219 Alexander, 734.487.0130