FREE classes for English language learners
Levels from beginning to advanced offered during the day and evening
Classes are noncredit (0 units) and can be repeated
Practice and improve speaking, listening, reading, writing, pronunciation and grammar skills
- Develop and improve college and career readiness skills
STEPS TO ENROLL
Step 1: Complete admission application
Step 2: Take the CASAS pretest to determine placement level for ELL classes
Step 3: View Online New Student Orientation for important information
Step 4: Register for classes
TYPE OF CLASSES WE OFFER
|Multi-Skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing||Grammar - All Levels |
|Citizenship Preparation ||ELL for Parents with Elementary School Children|
|English Skills for Career Preparation||English Skills for Career Advancement|
|Speaking about Fiction||Speaking about Non-fiction|
|Listening & Speaking - Transition to College ||Reading & Writing - Transition to College |
FREE, ONLINE SPEAKING WORKSHOPS - JANUARY 2021
Practice your speaking and listening skills online during winter break with instructor Savyonne Steindler.
For more information and to sign up visit the ELL Schedule webpage.
SPRING 2021 CLASS SCHEDULE
Visit the website below and choose "Intersession/Spring 2021" as the term and "ELL English Language Learning" as the subject to view a full list of classes.
New students are encouraged to take the CASAS pretest to determine which classes are best for their current skill level. Please contact the Adult Education Office for placement questions or to take the online assessment.
ELL classes are open to anyone in the community 18 years or older.*
ELL classes are noncredit (0 units) and are not applicable towards an associate's degree.**
Classes are tuition-free, but most classes require a textbook. Students are responsible for purchasing a textbook, if required.
*Students under 18 years old should contact the Enrollment Center for admissions information. ELL classes are not intended for international students.
CREDIT ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
Students who would like to earn college credit while learning English should visit the ESL Webpage for more information about the credit program.
Adult Education Office