FREE CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION CLASSES
- Practice and improve listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar skills
- Learn about United States history, geography, and government
- Review naturalization process and civic rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens
- Prepare for written and oral citizenship tests
SPRING 2021 SCHEDULE
|ELL A020N ||ELL for U.S. Citizenship 1||42454||Jan 30 - May 29 ||Friday||8:45 AM - 10:50 AM ||Sean Click||Online via Zoom*|
|ELL A021N ||ELL for U.S. Citizenship 2||42325||March 2 - May 27 ||Tues/Thurs||6:00 PM - 7:15 PM ||Krystal Suh ||Online via Zoom*|
ELL A020N - Citizenship 1
This noncredit course is one in a series of two courses designed to help non-native speakers of English prepare for U.S. citizenship. In this course, students review and practice basic writing conventions and basic reading skills. They also learn about and discuss the fundamentals of U.S. history, government, and geography.
ELL A021N - Citizenship 2
This noncredit course is one in a series of two courses designed to help non-native speakers of English prepare for U.S. Citizenship. In this course, students receive direct instruction of English speaking and listening skills. Students also learn about and discuss the naturalization process and civic rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens.
ONLINE CLASS INFORMATION
*Classes meet live online at the scheduled times. Students are expected to attend and participate in class during the times listed via Zoom. Students need a computer, laptop or tablet to complete class requirements. Chromebooks are available to check-out from the Adult Education Office. Contact us for more information.
Classes are noncredit (0 units) and tuition-free.
Adult Education Office
Phone: (714) 432-6897