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Conversational Spanish - 6 hours Register!
Hola! Como estas? In this course participants will learn basic conversational Spanish— from a friendly greeting to instructional content. Learn how to speak with confidence when interacting with customers, fellow church members, students or any Spanish speaking member of our community. Participants will engage in lively activities to learn helpful vocabulary, pronunciation and structures.
Tues, Sept 4 - 25 | 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Student Union East, Rm 243
CRN: 98125 | Course: XCE 0291 | Fee: $65
ESL: For Everyday Use - 12 hours Register!
This course will cover all four English language skills needed to successfully function on a daily basis in today's busy world: speaking, listening, reading and writing. The following will be addressed during the course: grammar usage, vocabulary building, enhancing speaking and listening skills, understanding general sentence structures, and writing simple sentences. General course materials and outline will be provided by the instructor. A textbook is required for each student and is available for purchase online using ISBN-13:978-0071820981. A certificate of completion will be given for this introductory level course.
Tues & Thurs, Sept 4 - 27 | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Student Union East, Rm 244
CRN: 98126 | Course: XCE 0302 | Fee: $120
ESL: Spanish to English for Social Settings Register!
Bienvenido! Participants will acquire basic phrases for various social settings, become acquainted with the multiple U.S. holidays, recognize cultural differences, build social and cultural bridges, and identify resources to continue learning and staying connected. Prerequisite: Basic English grammar. Textbook required and available online using ISBN-13:978-0071820981
Interested in taking ESL: Spanish to English for Social Settings course? Please contact Lara Herter below.
ESL: Spanish to English for Workplace Settings - 8 hours Register!
Acquire the necessary skills for job search strategies; create a resume and complete a job application. Learn the best interview techniques and the significance of cultural differences in the workplace. Once you are accepted for the job, learn the essential, basic phrases to communicate with your boss and coworkers. Employment related resources are included in this course to assist participants with finding employment, maintaining the job, and advancing with the company. Prerequisite: Basic English grammar. Textbook required and available online using ISBN-13:978-0071820981.
Tues, Nov 20 - Dec 11 | 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Student Union East, Rm 243
CRN: 98129 | Course: XCE 0304 | Fee: $99
Lara Herter, Program Developer, Community & Education