Do you need to learn English—and learn it fast? If so, this is the course for you!
Don't worry if you don't know a lot of English. In these lessons, you'll start with the basics and build your skills step-by-step. Fun activities and games will help you learn the English you need for real-life situations including shopping for clothes and food, job-hunting, and finding a place to live. You'll also learn key words and phrases you can use at school or in social settings, and you'll know the right things to say in a medical emergency.
You'll build grammar and vocabulary skills step-by-step as you go through the course. You'll also improve your listening skills through audio and video activities. By the time you're done, you'll have the skills you need to speak basic English with confidence.
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Rob Jenkins is a professor at Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education. He has more than 16 years of teaching experience in the English language classroom and holds an MS in TESOL from California State University Fullerton. Rob is the Professional Development Coordinator for Continuing Education Programs at his institution. He is also the author of textbooks and other materials for English language learners. He has received curriculum development, professional development, and publications awards from his college and most recently was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2008.
Staci Johnson has taught all levels of adult ESL, including credit, non-credit, and workplace English. She holds an MA in Linguistics with a Teaching ESL Certificate, which is supported by more than 10 years in the English language classroom. Staci has also written textbooks and other materials for English language learners. Her passions are teacher training and curriculum development, both of which she does on a continual basis.
Charletta Bowen will be your facilitator in the Discussion Areas. She is an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher and has been teaching ESL for 30 years. She currently teaches advanced level students at a university in the U.S.