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  • ESL Department
    English as a Second Language Department is a specially designed program for students whose first language is not English The program offers college level credit classes that develop English skills with second language acquisition strategies in listening speaking reading writing grammar vocabulary and pronunciation Our ESL classes prepare students for university transferable academic courses ESL Department Humanities Division English Office 1324 06 Lindsay Donigan Department Coordinator 714 992 7334 Festival

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  • ESL Department
    of California at San Diego He also has a certificate in post secondary reading that he received at Cal State Fullerton Arthur s teaching experience includes positions at Mt San Antonio College in Walnut CA Mt Sac and at Cal State Dominquez Hills He enjoys teaching ESL because of the all the motivated students and their interesting backgrounds HIs outside interests include reading music and photography Elizabeth Gaitatjis Office 1324 03 Phone 714 992 7335 Email egaitatjis fullcoll edu Education is the only weapon to change the world Nelson Mandela Elizabeth Gaitatjis has been at Fullerton College since 1986 She received her M S in Linguistics at Northeastern Illinois University She also has her B A in English from Rutgers University Elizabeth s teaching experience began here at Fullerton College She loves teaching ESL because as a linguist she enjoys the diverse backgrounds and cultures of our students Her outside interests include raising her children reading and writing Kathi Johnson Office 1324 01 Phone 714 992 7337 Email kjohnson1 fullcoll edu Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming John Wooden Kathi Johnson has been at Fullerton College since 1984 She received her M S in Education with an emphasis in TESOL from Cal State Fullerton and her B A in Linguistics from San Diego State University Kathi s teaching experience includes positions at the North Orange County Community College District School of Continuing Education Rancho Santiago College University of Cal Poly at Pomona and Cal State Fullerton She enjoys teaching ESL because of the all the motivated students and their interesting backgrounds Her outside interests include reading essential oils Feng Shui Pilates and walking Sharon Portman Office 524

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  • ESL Department
    Advanced English for Non Native Speakers A letter grade non degree transferable course with five hours of lecture and one hour of arranged lab per week The course is an advanced ESL skills course designed to improve the reading composition grammar listening comprehension and speaking skills of non native speakers with an advanced command of English ESL 185 Advanced Academic English for Non Native Speakers A letter grade non degree transferable course with five hours of lecture and one hour of arranged lab per week This course is designed for advanced students of English with primary emphasis on critical thinking and short essay writing the course promotes continued practice in listening comprehension and oral communication ESL 186 Preparation for College Writing for Non Native Speakers A letter grade non degree transferable course with five hours of lecture per week The course is designed to prepare advanced students for college level writing and provides a review of English fundamentals and practice in reading critical thinking and essay development with emphasis on exposition The course also offers continued practice in special problems common to second language learners GRAMMAR CONVERSATION PRONUNCIATION VOCABULARY OCCUPATIONAL ENGLISH ESL 025 Basic English Grammar A credit no credit course with three hours of lecture per week The course is designed to increase students knowledge and usage of verb tenses sentence structure and other basic grammatical topics It will develop grammatical accuracy in listening speaking reading and writing ESL 035 Intermediate English Grammar A credit no credit course with three hours of lecture per week The course is designed to increase students knowledge and usage of complex verb tenses and sentence structures It will also develop grammatical competency in reading and writing ESL 045 Advanced English Grammar A credit no credit course with three hours of lecture per week The course is designed to increase students knowledge and usage of advanced English grammar to improve grammatical accuracy in writing and to develop strong editing skills To take ESL 45 as an Internet course enroll in ESL 45 online ESL 036 Basic Listening and Speaking A credit no credit course with four hours of lecture per week The course is designed to improve beginning students ability to speak and understand English in simple everyday and academic situations It will provide practice in basic oral communication functions as well as beginning academic listening and speaking skills ESL 046 Intermediate Conversation A credit no credit course with two hours of lecture per week The course is designed to improve students ability to comprehend and communicate in English on a variety of everyday topics Students will develop and practice techniques for greater composure and confidence in oral expression ESL 056 Advanced Conversation Academic Topics A credit no credit course with two hours of lecture per week The course is designed to improve advanced students comprehension and oral communication in English on a broad range of academic subjects ESL 038 Fundamentals in American English Pronunciation A credit no credit course with two hours of

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  • ESL Department
    City Free TOEFL Study on the Internet Test of English as a Foreign Language Purdue Online Writing Lab ESL Resources Handouts and Exercises How to Prepare a Works Cited Using MLA Fullerton College Library Fullerton College Library Search Citing Internet Sources PrefixSuffix com English Language Roots Reference Jefferson Lab Science Education Science Vocabulary Hangman Dictionary com Dictionary Merriam Webster Dictionary Thesaurus American English Pronunciation Practice Randall s ESL Cyber Listening

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  • ESL Department FAQs
    would like to attend Fullerton College What should I tell him to do You need to write or call the college and request an International Student Application packet which includes information about the TOEFL Test of English as a Foreign Language required by all international students and an application for admission on an F 1 student visa International students now in the United States must have a valid Form I 201D or Form I 94 to include with the application Or you can go to our Fullerton College Admissions and Records web page to find out how to obtain an application college catalog or class schedule by mail or in our college bookstore If you are an international student you may go to the International Student Center page and download an international student appllication or apply online 5 Can I start taking classes right away School of Continuing Education SCE If you would like to improve the Basic Skills of English in your daily life or if you would like to better prepare yourself for college you can take classes at one of our School of Continuing Education sites Wilshire Center Cypress College or other offsite locations New students may register on a first come first served basis You can enroll at our Wilshire Center on a Monday or Thursday from 8 12 noon or 5 9pm Students will be admitted as space is available Fullerton College If you feel that you are ready to attend college you must first apply to the college and then register during the designated registration period the dates for which you will find in the current class schedule We offer a full schedule of English as a Second Language classes in the fall and spring semesters and only selected classes in the summer session There are currently no English as a Second Language classes offered during the winter intersession You can look at the current class schedule by going to our Fullerton College Class Schedules web page and then clicking on the specific class schedule you wish to see You can also go to our Fullerton College Admissions and Records web page to request more information regarding admissions and registration procedures You will find a complete college catalog on our Catalog Online web pages 6 How long is a semester A semester full term is approximately 17 weeks in length You must attend the full 17 weeks as part of the qualification for a passing grade Some of our courses are offered in a short term 8 9 weeks long English as a Second Language summer session courses are 5 6 weeks long 7 How do I know which English as a Second Language course to take It is best to take the English as a Second Language placement test and then with the results of the test a counselor can help place you in the right class We have found that the test designed especially for second language learners is very helpful in

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  • ESL Department
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  • ESL Department
    Department HOME FACULTY COURSES STUDENT LINKS FAQs PHOTOS CAMPUS RESOURCES Fullerton College Quad Campus Resources Writing Center Tutoring Center Skills Center Counseling Admissions and Records Humanities Library Cadena Cultural Center International Student Center Webmasters Kathi Johnson kjohnson1 fullcoll edu Arthur

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