English as 2nd Language (ESLP)


ESLP 1021  Composition  (3 credits)  
Develops strategies and skills necessary for successful academic writing. Reviews the fundamentals of paragraph writing and introduces students to writing academic research papers. Students must take this course concurrently with ESLP 1025. If required to take both ESLP 1021 and ENGL 1001, a student must take ESLP 1021 first before enrolling in ENGL 1001 (ESLP section). May not register as audit or S/U option.
Prerequisite: Cons. of dept.  
Level of Study: Undergraduate  
Last four terms offered: 2023 Fall Term, 2022 Fall Term, 2022 Spring Term, 2021 Fall Term  
ESLP 1025  Grammar for Academic Purposes  (2 credits)  
Provides instruction and practice in using standard U.S. grammar, punctuation and mechanics in academic writing. Targets areas that typically remain problematic for advanced ESL writers. May not register as audit or S/U option.; must be taken concurrently with ESLP 1021.
Prerequisite: Cons. of dept. ch.  
Level of Study: Undergraduate  
Last four terms offered: 2023 Fall Term, 2022 Fall Term, 2022 Spring Term, 2021 Fall Term  
ESLP 1031  Reading  (3 credits)  
Develops strategies and skills necessary for successful academic reading. Provides practice with reading comprehension, vocabulary development, critical thinking and reading study skills. May not register as audit or S/U option.
Prerequisite: Cons. of dept.  
Level of Study: Undergraduate  
Last four terms offered: 2024 Spring Term, 2023 Spring Term, 2022 Spring Term, 2021 Fall Term  
ESLP 1041  Listening and Speaking  (3 credits)  
Develops strategies and skills necessary for successful listening and speaking in academic settings. Focuses on listening to lectures, pronunciation skills, and academic oral presentations. May not register as audit or S/U option.
Prerequisite: Cons. of dept. ch.  
Level of Study: Undergraduate  
Last four terms offered: 2023 Fall Term, 2022 Fall Term, 2021 Spring Term, 2020 Fall Term  
ESLP 6021  American Language and Communication Skills for Teaching Assistants  (2 credits)  
Provides classroom instruction and practice with language, communication, and teaching skills required of teaching assistants in U.S. universities. Includes a language laboratory, which provides pronunciation instruction and hands-on practice with course concepts. May not register as audit or S/U option.
Prerequisite: Placement by English as a Second Language Program dir.  
Level of Study: Graduate  
Last four terms offered: 2010 Fall Term, 2009 Fall Term, 2008 Fall Term, 2008 Spring Term