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EFLR 1405
ESL Level 5: Reading and Writing
Four semester hours
Low-advanced. Expand academic essay writing and reading skills. Students learn various essay types to express ideas and opinions, defend a position and improve mechanical skills to edit their own work. Skimming and scanning techniques, identification of implied and inferred concepts, and the use of context clues for effective reading comprehension and vocabulary improvement are emphasized. 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 4.

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