(ESL) Academic Communication Spring I 2021

Program Overview

You will be expected to communicate in many different modes in college and your professional life. You will participate in one-on-one and discussion groups as well as engage with project teams. Learn language and communication techniques in the context of your real-world situations. This course will teach you to commmunicate verbally and in written form as learn, meeting leadership, note-taking, summarizing, outlining, and “word cloud” idea organization techniques that will support your academic and professional lives.   

Earn up to 36 hours (3 credits) Hours: Students earn 24 hours (2 credits) for attending the course. You have the option to earn (1 credit) by writing a 3-page research assignment that will be discussed by your professor when classes start. This cannot be taken alone. It must be taken in conjunction with the main course. 

Program Dates: 5/4-6/10, 2021

Hours/ week: 4 hours per week over 6 weeks – a total of 24 hours or 36hrs with the optional assignment.

Format: This hybrid course will meet mostly online and partly asynchronously. 85% synchronous course attendance required. 

Schedule of live classes
Important! All live sessions meet according to Eastern Standard Time ( EST) or New York Time. 
All materials will be provided by the ELI

Day: Tuesday/Thursday

Time: 11:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. 

Course format: This hybrid course is delivered in at which includes live class sessions on Zoom and independent coursework with teacher support. 85% attendance of live sessions required for a passing grade in each course. 

Tuition Costs: $200 for 24 hours or 36 hours with the optional assignment.

Refund Policy: 100% refund until after the first class meeting. 0% Refund after the 2nd class meeting. Refund requests must be made by email to the director jtannenbaum@monroecollege.edu before the 2nd class meeting.
Contact: Program director Jason Tannenbaum at jtannenbaum@monroecollege.edu or 914-740-6771.




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