English as a Second Language: Intermediate II
The course requirements, relevant assignments and readings are outlined in the material that follows on this page.
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completion of this course you will be able to:
Identify and reproduce the future tense, past progressive tense, and
modals with response to prompts.
Generate questions using the above.
Formulate affirmative and negative statements using the above.
Produce sentences using the correct forms for comparison of adjectives
Identify parts of the sentence.
Write a simple paragraph including a topic sentence, appropriate content
and a conclusion.
Write a paragraph using correct format.
participation is important to improve your academic writing skills. I expect you
to be on time and ready for the class. If you have to miss a class, you should
contact me. It is your responsibility to catch up with any assignments you have
expect that everyone will act with a high level of maturity. Disruptive behavior
interrupts learning and will not be tolerated.
If you have questions about the college
policy on classroom behavior standards, please see the Student Handbook for a
full description of the procedure.
You will have 4 graded grammar
tests that assess your understanding of the grammar presented in the textbook;
You will have 4 in-class graded
and timed writing assignments;
You will have homework on a
In the weekly lab sessions you
will work on software that focuses on grammar and writing.
90-100 = A
80-89 = B
70-79 = C
60-69 = D
Below 60 = F
You must have a grade of C or higher to
go to ESL 201
An instructor has the right to give a student an “F” if the student misses
more than 25% of the class due to absence.
Students with known or possible physical, mental, or learning disabilities
should contact the office of Disabled Student Services in M-1042 by calling
301-322-0838 (or TDD 301-322-0122) in order to register with a counselor at
least a month before the start of classes, whenever possible.
PGCC complies with all local, state, and federal legislation regarding
the accommodation of individuals with disabilities.
If it should be necessary for the college to close or have an early dismissal
because of bad weather, this decision will be made as soon as possible, either
the night before or by
closing. Tune into local radio or TV
for closing information. Listen or
AND PLAGIARISM: Copying
or attempting to copy another student’s work, having someone else do your work
for you, or reproducing textual materials of any sort, including those on the
Internet, as your own will not be tolerated.
Allowing any of these activities to occur will be treated similarly.
An “F” on the specific assignment or exam will be the minimum
punishment received up to and including a failing grade in the course or even
expulsion from the college.