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C Street, Room 3

 

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English as a Second Language

ESL Enrollment Process

ESL classes provide students with an opportunity to increase their use and understanding of everyday American English.  All levels are conversational and include speaking, grammar, listening comprehension, and vocabulary development. 

 

Students must register in person at the Davis Adult and Community Education Office on the corner of Oak Ave and 14th street. 

 

Step 1: Register in person at the office.  The student must be present to register.

Step 2: Make an appointment to take the pre-test.

Step 3: Based on pre-test results, student is placed in the correct class.  Students may not choose their own class.

Step 4: Attend class regularly.  Students with 3 or more absences per quarter will be dropped and will have to re-enroll.

Mon/Wed

Tu/Th

Times vary

No fee

 

 

Specialty Classes for English Learners

Students may register for these classes in-person or online.

To register online, click here

American Cultural Literacy – An Introduction

 

Scarlet Huber, C Street near 6th St., Room 3, 5 weeks

 

This discussion class is designed for intermediate to advanced English learners who want to learn about American Culture.   Students will discuss American culture including broad aspects of history, manners, popular music, movies, books, American geography, American values, American icons, etc.  In preparation(s) for class discussions, students may be asked to watch a movie or find their own resources for a topic.  An additional 5 week class may be added based on student interest.

Winter, 1st class 1/10

Spring, 1st class 4/4
Tu/Th: 10:00 a.m -12:00 p.m.
$80 fee/quarter

 

 

English Pronunciation

 

Scarlet Huber, C street near 6th St., Room 3

Winter, 1st class 1/10

Spring, 1st class 4/4
Tu & Th: 8:15-9:45 a.m.

$120 fee/quarter

This course is designed for students who wish to develop better oral and listening skills and is open to all students. This will be achieved by detailed lessons and practice in and out of the classroom. Proper decoding, syllable recognition, word and phrase stress, intonation, and rhythm patterns in English speech will be covered.

 

 

English Reading & Writing

 

Kristina Marcy, Davis Senior High, Room O-5, 10 weeks

Winter, 1st class 1/10

Spring, 1st class 4/4

Tu & Th: 6:30-8:00 p.m.

$120 fee/quarter

Students often ask for a class that is focused on literacy skills; that is, reading and writing skills.  This class will provide students with the opportunity to read, discuss and write.  Different styles of writing will be explored.  Students will learn how to edit written work.

 

 

 

ESL Resources and Self-Assessment

Not sure where to start?  Go to USA Learns and take the self-assessment.

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Are you ready for more Advanced English Instruction?

Check out our Specialty English Classes at the bottom of the page.

American Cultural Literacy

English Pronunciation

English Reading and Writing

 

 

Is there something else that you want to learn?  Let us know!  We are always adding new classes and strive to meet the needs of our clientele.