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Level 2-3 Listening/Speaking

  • language: English
  • duration: 4 weeks
  • start date: 4:00 AM Aug. 13 2019
Academic English

About this Course

Level 2 focuses on basic English communication skills for beginning English learners. Topics covered include asking and answering questions and giving directions. Level 3 focuses on basic English communication skills for beginning English learners. Topics covered include presentations and applications for asking and answering questions.

For the course syllabus, student forms, and policies, please refer to Student Resources on the TLC website.

Level 2 Course Objectives

  • 2.LS.1 Produce and respond to information questions.
  • 2.LS.2 Organize information presented orally into logical order.
  • 2.LS.3 Deliver a short presentation describing a simple process and/or a routine.


Level 2 Integrated Objectives:

  • 2.G.1 Identify and produce count and non-count nouns and produce appropriate articles.
  • 2.G.2 Produce measurement words within simple sentences (some, a little, much, many, and a lot of).
  • 2.G.3 Identify and produce possessive adjectives within a sentence.
  • 2.G.4 Identify simple past and past progressive verbs in affirmative and negative statements and questions.
  • 2.G.5 Produce sentences and respond to questions with present progressive verbs.
  • 2.RW.1 Identify and produce correct formatting and components of simple paragraphs (title, topic sentence,
  • details and examples in supporting sentences, and concluding sentence).
  • 2.RW.2 Identify topics and controlling ideas in topic sentences.
  • 2.RW.3 List steps of the writing process (prewrite, write, revise, and edit) in order.
  • 2.RW.4 Respond to questions about short paragraphs.
  • 2.RW.5 Produce descriptive and process paragraphs with correct formatting and paragraph components with
  • logical order and appropriate transitions.


Level 3 Course Objectives

• 3.LS.1 Identify and verbally produce statements of fact and opinion.

• 3.LS.2 Take notes from a variety of sources using various graphic organizers.

• 3.LS.3 Deliver a planned presentation on class topics.

• 3.LS.4 Deliver an impromptu presentation on class topics.


Level 3 Integrated Objectives

• 3.G.1 Produce affirmative and negative simple statements and questions with simple past verbs.

• 3.G.2 Produce past time clauses in sentences (before, after, as soon as, while, and when).

• 3.G.3 Produce affirmative and negative simple sentences and questions with past progressive verbs.

• 3.G.4 Produce simple sentences and respond to questions with can, could, be able to, and know how to.

• 3.G.5 Produce compound sentences using coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or, and so).

• 3.RW.1 Produce writing plans using graphic organizers.

• 3.RW.2 Identify facts and opinions within a paragraph.

• 3.RW.3 Identify main ideas and distinguish from supporting details in short passages.

• 3.RW.4 Produce descriptive and opinion paragraphs that include topic sentences, detailed supporting sentences, effective transitions, concluding sentences, and proper punctuation and capitalization. 


Homework

Students will receive regular homework assignments to reinforce skills learned in class. Students must complete homework on or before the date it is due. Homework is included in the final course grade.

Make-up Work

It is the student’s responsibility to arrange with each instructor to make up work he/she might have missed. It may benecessary for the student to receive tutoring for additional help from an instructor with make-up work. TLC’s Make-up Policy may be found in Student Resources at www.thelanguagecompany.com/index.php?student-resources.

Academic Integrity

Cheating and plagiarism are strictly prohibited. TLC’s Academic Integrity Policy may be found in Student Resources atwww.thelanguagecompany.com/index.php?student-resources.

Attendance

TLC considers every class to be important for a student’s academic progress. TLC’s Attendance Policy may be found inStudent Resources at www.thelanguagecompany.com/index.php?student-resources.

Level Advancement

To pass a level, students must achieve a 2.0 GPA or greater and meet the requirements of the attendance policy. Failure to do so will result in the student repeating the level.


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Learning modules

  • Week 1
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • HW

    • Classwork (perfect home discussion)

    • Spelling Quiz (Level 2)

    • Spelling Quiz (Level 3)

    • Classwork (Plans for the weekend)

    • Attendance

  • Week 2
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Classwork (weekend activities)

    • Homework

    • Attendance

    • Classwork (review for test)

    • Test Unit 6 (Level 2)

    • Test Unit 6 (Level 3)

  • Week 3
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Classwork (discussion about weather)

    • HW

    • Spelling Test #2 (Level 2)

    • Spelling Test #2 (Level 3)

    • Classwork (Review for test)

    • Test Unit 7 (Level 2)

    • Test Unit 7 (Level 3)

  • Week 4
    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Attendance

    • Objective (Level 2 - 3

    • Classwork (weekend activities - prep for objective)

    • Classwork (when do you speak English?)

    • Presentation #2

    • LFE (Level 2)

    • LFE (Level 3)

About the Instructor

11 courses

54 students

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Marcia Hauser

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Reviews

2019-08-19

Suong Tran

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