English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs
The goal of the English as a Second Language (ESL) Program is to provide students with the opportunity to develop communication skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing. English as a Second Language (ESL) courses provide instruction for non-native students who are not proficient in English.
Beginning ESL provides courses for students who may not be familiar with the Roman alphabet and/or who do not have basic English or Math skills. Beginning ESL students also practice functional and workplace skills, English that is necessary to communicate immediate needs and desires often referred to as "English survival skills."
Intermediate ESL courses assist students who want to expand and improve their conversational skills, as well as, functional and workplace skills.
courses include building reading speed and comprehension as well as
vocabulary development, discussion and functional and workplace
skills. Click here to download the ESL Flyer.
- Willow Campus
Phone: (562) 595-8893,
ESL Classes - Willow Campus
Contact: Janet Cassara
Phone: (562) 595-8893, ext 201
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