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EFLR 1404

ESL Level 4: Reading and Writing

Four semester hours

High-intermediate. Students learn various paragraph styles (process, definition, descriptive, classification, comparison-contract, and cause-effect), develop logical relationships in a coherent manner and use appropriate transitions and correct grammatical structures. Pre-writing, drafting, revising, editing, paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting techniques are emphasized. Effective reading comprehension and vocabulary development skills are taught through inference, deduction, and other critical thinking skills. Students completing course successfully will earn University credit but not credit towards graduation. Lab requirement: 10 hours. Prerequisite: test placement or completion of ESL Level 3.

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