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Class Schedule

Fall 2019 Schedule

September 9th through December 15th

Tomball Campus

Combined Reading, Writing, and Grammar skills

Level I ESOL 0308.3N01 Tuesday and Thursday 5:40pm – 7:40pm
Level II ESOL 0308.3N03 Tuesday and Thursday 5:40pm – 7:40pm

Oral Communication: Speaking and Listening

Level I ESOL 0308.3N05 Tuesday and Thursday 7:50pm – 9:50pm
Level II ESOL 0382.3N01 Tuesday and Thursday 7:50pm – 9:50pm

Creekside Center

Grammar

Level I* ESOL 0391.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 9:30am – 11:35am
Level II* ESOL 0392.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 9:30am – 11:35am
Level III ESOL 0393.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 9:30am – 11:35am
Level IV ESOL 0394.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 9:30am – 11:35am

Writing

Level I* ESOL 0371.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 11:40am – 1:45pm
Level II* ESOL 0372.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 11:40am – 1:45pm
Level III ESOL 0373.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 11:40am – 1:45pm
Level IV ESOL 0374.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 11:40am – 1:45pm

Reading

Level I ESOL 0361.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am – 11:30am
Level II ESOL 0362.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am – 11:30am
Level III ESOL 0363.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am – 11:30am
Level IV ESOL 0364.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am – 11:30am

Oral Communication

Level I ESOL 0308.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 11:40am – 1:40pm
Level II ESOL 0382.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 11:40am – 1:40pm
Level III ESOL 0383.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 11:40am – 1:40pm
Advanced ESOL 0384.KT01 Tuesday and Thursday 11:40am – 1:40pm

Integrated Reading and Writing

Level V ESOL 0310.KT01 Monday and Wednesday 11:40am – 1:45pm
Level V ESOL 0310.KT03 Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am - 11:30am

Pronunciation

Level II – Level V ESOL 0308.KT03 Tuesday and Thursday 11:40am – 1:40pm

*Grammar I and II must be taken with Writing I and Writing II.

Classes

We offer classes in four different levels that cover four different areas: reading, writing, grammar, and oral communication.

ReadingStudent in Class
This course is designed to improve a student’s ability to understand and remember written English. There is a special focus on vocabulary and using references such as a dictionary. The more advanced reading courses prepare a student for the transition into college-level reading requirements.

Writing
This course helps students with the grammar and mechanics of written English.  Students learn sentence skills in the beginning coursework and transition into composing multi-paragraph essays with the intermediate and advanced classes. 

Grammar
The grammar coursework prepares students to produce spoken and written English that is grammatically correct. The classes focus on various verb tenses, parts of speech, and sentence types. 

Oral Communication
These classes focus on producing and understanding spoken English. Students will be better prepared for personal, academic, or professional settings and will improve their fluency and accuracy.

Language Skills Workshop
These classes combine reading, writing, and grammar into one course. Students will improve their ability to understand and remember written English. They will also practice producing written English that is grammatically correct.

Integrated Reading and Writing
This class is specifically for Level V students (who have passed Level IV or who test into Level V). It combines reading and writing and helps advanced students with upper-level skills such as research writing. This course prepares students to transition into college coursework.

Please visit the Lone Star College Catalog for a more detailed description of each of the specific courses.

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