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Beyond Basic ESL (BBESL)

Short Term

Durham Tech offers core classes in Reading/Writing, Listening/Speaking, and Grammar, and a variety of elective courses to teach the fundamentals of US English to internationals who wish to improve their English skills. These classes are designed for those who already have a basic understanding of English and/or have already studied English either in the US or another country. The classes also work well for students who have finished the basic ESL program or for those whose test scores are higher than the most advanced-level of free ESL classes.

Important Information about BBESL Courses

Classes are back on campus with mostly in-person classes and a few online synchronous/asynchronous classes. We still use Sakai, our learning platform, mainly for our online classes and also for a portion of our in-person classes. Students will be required to have a computer and reliable internet access to take our courses. View the Sakai Tour video.

Course Dates

Fall
September 12 – December 15
Register by September 9
Fall 2022 Course Schedule (PDF)

Spring 2023
January 9 – April 12
Register by January 6
Spring 2023 Course Schedule (PDF)

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Online BBESL

To make sure that we provide an interactive and productive language learning environment, our instructors will use the following tools in their online courses:

  • Optional online check-ins or mandatory real-time (live) online meetings
  • Interactive discussion forums
  • Videos and recorded materials
  • Opportunity to chat/interact with your instructor and classmates in real-time
  • Online group work
  • Listening and speaking activities
  • Projects, assignments, and presentations
  • Ongoing communication with instructor through email and chat

 

Program information

View the program structure, electives by level, and BBESL certificate programs.

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How to Register

To register for courses:

COM-3711BM Communicative Grammar II

Do you feel like that after so many English grammar classes you still don't use those grammar structures correctly and consistently? Finally, this is a course that can help you with that. Communicative Grammar I is an intermediate-level course where English grammar is taught through communicative activities. The student-centered classes will help you learn in creative and meaningful ways using role plays, dialogues, debates and games. Communicative Grammar II is part of a 2-part series. Communicative Grammar I is not a prerequisite for Communicative Grammar II. Either course can be taken independently. 20 hours $75 Students are required to have the textbook on the first day of class. Required Textbook: Focus on Grammar 3, Irene E. Schoenberg, Jay Maurer, Marjorie Fuchs, Margaret Bonner, and Miriam Westheimer, Fifth Edition, Pearson Longman ISBN 9780134583297
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COM-3711O2 Business English, Part II

This course is designed to enhance interpersonal skills for the workplace. Emphasis is placed on dealing with conflict, improving conversational and listening skills, and identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting. Upon completion, students should be able to apply basic communication techniques to enhance relationships and manage conflict situations in a variety of workplace settings.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83411
1/17 - 4/11
Internet
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Online

COM-3711CJ Reading and Writing for AP - B

This INTERMEDIATE level content-based course will focus on developing READING and WRITING English skills necessary to succeed in academic settings. Assignments will emphasize critical thinking and integrative skill development through reading and writing activities using high-interest materials. Students will learn to recognize common structures of reading materials and learn the foundation of academic writing. The course utilizes a content-based language teaching approach, which means students will use English to communicate knowledge and ideas about a variety of academic content topics like anthropology, art, biology, business, ecology, economics, history, literature, psychology, and sociology. Students are expected to complete all homework assignments on time. Required Textbook: Pathways 3 Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking by Mari Vargo and Laurie Blass, National Geographic Learning, 2ndEdition, ISBN 978-1-337-40779 Units 1-5 will be covered in Spring 2021 The textbook may not be available for purchase outside of the united States. This is an asynchronous course with OPTIONAL meeting times.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83362
1/9 - 4/10
1/9 - 4/10
Main Campus
149
M 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
W 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Classroom
83373
1/10 - 4/11
1/10 - 4/11
Main Campus
144
T 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
TH 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Classroom

COM-3711CK Reading and Writing for AP C

This ADVANCED level content-based course will focus on developing READING and WRITING English skills necessary to succeed in academic settings. Assignments will emphasize critical thinking and integrative skill development through reading and writing activities using high-interest materials. Students will learn academic reading strategies and will write academic essays in order to develop reading, writing and analytical skills needed for university study. The course utilizes a content-based language teaching approach, which means students will use English to communicate knowledge and ideas about a variety of academic content topics like anthropology, art, biology, business, ecology, economics, history, literature, psychology and sociology. Students are expected to complete all homework assignments on time. Required Textbook: Pathways 4 Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking by Mari Vargo and Laurie Blass, National Geographic Learning, 2ndEdition, ISBN 978-1-337-40780-9
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83363
1/9 - 4/10
1/9 - 4/10
Main Campus
138
M 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
W 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Classroom

FLI-3701W Essential English for Academic Purposes Sp

This INTENSIVE integrated skills course is designed for non-native speakers of English who want to improve their English language skills for personal, professional and academic purposes. The course aims to develop the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills that students need to communicate confidently in English. Our student-centered and content-based classes foster an effective language-learning environment where students can improve, not only their language abilities, but also their cultural awareness and understanding of the US.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83376
1/20 - 3/31
Main Campus
149
F 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Classroom
86495
1/30 - 4/10
1/30 - 4/10
Main Campus
203
M 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
W 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Classroom
86494
1/30 - 4/10
1/30 - 4/10
Main Campus
153
M 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
W 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Classroom

COM-3711BU Everyday Pronunciation

This pronunciation course offers a communicative approach to give students the tools, tips and techniques they need to speak clearly, accurately and fluently. Students will learn rules of pronunciation of the level target points, participate in focused listening and speaking tasks and complete various assignments centered on every-day and high-interest topics to apply knowledge of pronunciation. All aspects of pronunciation are included - consonants, vowels, stress, rhythm and intonation. Everyday Pronunciation I is not a prerequisite for Everyday Pronunciation II. Either course can be taken independently. The course is designed for intermediate levels of students. Required Textbook: Well Said: Pronunciation for Clear Communication 3rd edition, Linda Grant ISBN 1424006252
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83369
1/10 - 4/11
1/10 - 4/11
Main Campus
240
T 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
TH 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Classroom

COM-3711BL Communicative Grammar I

This course is designed for instructional areas related to interpersonal skills for the workplace: 1) dealing with conflict, 2) improving conversational and listening skills, 3) grammar, 4) reading skills, 5) writing skills 7) team communication and 6) identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83368
1/10 - 4/11
1/10 - 4/11
Main Campus
153
T 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
TH 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Classroom
83407
1/17 - 4/11
1/17 - 4/11
Internet
-
T 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
TH 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Online

FLI-3701A3 Listening & Speaking for AP-C

This ADVANCED level content-based course will focus on developing LISTENING and SPEAKING English skills necessary to succeed in academic settings. Assignments will emphasize critical thinking and integrative skill development through listening and speaking activities using high-interest content materials. Listening and speaking strategies and practice activities will be centered on authentic recordings from "person on the street" interviews, social conversations, radio programs and university lectures. Students will listen to audio and view video recordings acquire information about an academic content topic, take notes, participate and lead small group discussions and learn how to organize ideas and deliver presentations. The course will address common pronunciation challenges in American English but does not focus on pronunciation. The course utilizes a content-based language teaching approach, which means students will use English to communicate knowledge and ideas about a variety of academic content topics like anthropology, art, biology, business, ecology, economics, history, literature, psychology and sociology. Students are expected to complete all homework assignments on time. Required Textbook: Pathways 4 Listening, Speaking,, and Critical Thinking by Paul Macintyre, National Geographic Learning, 2ndEdition, ISBN 978-1337407748
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83365
1/9 - 4/10
1/9 - 4/10
Main Campus
149
M 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
W 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Classroom

COM-3711CS Professional Writing and Communication

Professional Writing and Communication is a course intended for students who are non-native speakers and English. The course will give students a solid foundation and a working knowledge in the communications aspects of business. It will specifically focus on developing skills that students need to write effective documents in the workplace.
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COM-3711E Accent Reduction for International Prof

This comprehensive course will help you learn to speak US English clearly and accurately, which will have a significant impact on successful communication at work from informal conversations with coworkers to formal presentations. All aspects of pronunciation are covered, including production and discrimination of consonants and vowels as well as other important aspects of English pronunciation such as stress, rhythm and intonation. Students are encouraged to set individualized goals for focused study throughout the semester.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83366
1/9 - 4/10
1/9 - 4/10
Main Campus
129
M 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
W 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Classroom

FLI-3701A2 Listening and Speaking for AP - B

This INTERMEDIATE level content-based course will focus on developing LISTENING and SPEAKING English skills necessary to succeed in academic settings. Assignments will emphasize critical thinking and integrative skill development through listening and speaking activities using high-interest content materials. Listening and speaking strategies and practice activities will be centered on authentic recordings from "person on the street" interviews, social conversations, radio programs and university lectures. Students will listen to audio and view video recordings, acquire information about an academic content topic, take notes, participate and lead small group discussions and learn how to organize ideas and deliver presentations. The course will address common pronunciation challenges in American English but does not focus on pronunciation. The course utilizes a content-based language teaching approach, which means students will use English to communicate knowledge and ideas about a variety of academic content topics like anthropology, art, biology, business, ecology, economics, history, literature, psychology and sociology. Students are expected to complete all homework assignments on time. Required Textbook: Pathways 3 Listening, Speaking,, and Critical Thinking by Becky Tarver Chase and Christien Lee, National Geographic Learning, 2ndEdition, ISBN 978-1-337-40773-1
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83364
1/9 - 4/10
1/9 - 4/10
Main Campus
137
M 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
W 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Classroom

COM-3711AC TOEFL

If you need to improve your listening and speaking scores for the TOEFL iBT exam, this is your chance. The TOEFL Internet Based Test (iBT) preparation class is an intensive English skills development course, which focuses on teaching standardized test taking strategies for the TOEFL iBT while strengthening the main skills of English learning: reading, listening, speaking and writing. Though the intent and focus of the course is specifically aimed at enhancing TOEFL students' iBT scores, the material covered in class will fine-tune any student's English communication for use in academic and professional settings. Required Textbook: Mastering Skills for the TOEFL iBT (Advanced), Moraig Macgillivray, Patrick Yancey, Casey Malarcher, Jeff Zeter, Second Edition, Compass Publishing ISBN 9781599665191.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83370
1/10 - 4/11
1/10 - 4/11
Main Campus
131
T 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
TH 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Classroom

COM-3711CF American Idioms and Culture

Idioms are phrases that are unique to a language and/or culture, and they are not easy to learn. Many non-native speakers of English may feel frustrated or confused when it comes to idiomatic expressions. This course aims to develop vocabulary focusing on American idioms in spoken and written language. Learning about American traditions, lifestyle, holidays and history will provide the context to the course, so students can become more confident US English speakers.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83406
1/18 - 4/12
1/18 - 4/12
Internet
-
M 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
W 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Online

COM-3711P American Media

The media (often seen as "mass media") are at the forefront of culture and politics, and even education, in 2019 and beyond. Moreover, the media have undergone and continue to undergo major changes in format, purpose and impact. Thus, it is essential to acquire "media literacy": understanding of the past, present and future of the media's role and influence in our lives. To make the subject even more compelling, media language and discourse can differ significantly from the expository communications we use in education and business. Then, too, there is the challenge of propaganda and "fake news," which calls us to bring new critical thinking efforts to our media consumption. Finally, we must also consider some ways we can enhance our perception and understanding of these different formats' languages and messages. (Take, for example, the "newspeak" of social media: spelling and grammar changes, emojis, memes, GIFs, and many more.) Through the textbook Media, Society, Culture and You (Mark Poepsel, Rebus Community 2018) and through our own direct exploration of the various media--from the older "legacy" media to the new internet-social media--we will study how their various forms of discourse can be understood in terms of sender, message, channel, audience and effect. During our term together we will have multi-media lessons as well as guest speakers and field trips. Finally, through vocabulary, grammar, reading (both verbal and visual), writing and listening-speaking activities, and critical thinking exercises, we will improve our ability to understand the media messages themselves and acquire not only media literacy, but also media fluency.
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FLI-3701AD English in Action

English in Action: Social, Academic, and Professional Communication. This course is designed for non-native speakers of English who want to improve their English language skills for successful social, academic, and professional communication. This course incorporates all four language skills for effective transactions in these settings. The course content is focused on developing interpersonal skills, teamwork, reflective skills, critical thinking, and professionalism in spoken and written interactions. This student-centered and content-based class fosters a learning environment where students not only improve their language abilities, but also develop a growth mindset and increase their cultural awareness and understanding of higher education and workplace expectations.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83409
1/10 - 4/11
1/10 - 4/11
Main Campus
226
T 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
TH 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Classroom

COM-3711BX English in the 21st Century

English in the 21st Century Workplace. The dynamic technological advancement, globalization and fast-paced environment have significantly changed the 21st century workplace, presenting new challenges for the workforce. Although developing English language skills of non-native speakers of English is central to effective communication, language development is also imperative to expand employees' soft skill-sets and new ways of thinking to promote success and advancement within the working environment. This course fully integrates English language skills, such as reading, writing, speaking and listening with the content focused on 21st century job skills. Through 8 thematic modules, communication and social skills, critical thinking, decision making and problem solving, collaboration and team work, information and media literacy, creativity and innovation, productivity, technology and internet etiquette, and leadership, the course introduces, develops and reinforces English language skills so that the participants can increase their efficiency at work and can become competitive in a changing job market.
Section
Number
Dates Location Building Room Time Format
83410
1/9 - 4/10
1/9 - 4/10
Main Campus
138
M 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
W 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Classroom

COM-3711CL English Grammar Level B

This integrated-skills and student-centered grammar class helps students understand and practice English grammar in context. Students will focus on the following target grammar points: The English tense system (present, past, future, perfect tenses), questions, gerunds, infinitives and phrasal verbs, adjective clauses, reported speech, modals, and the passive voice.
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COM-3711CH Presentations in the 21st Century

The goal of this ADVANCED level course is to help students achieve academic, personal and professional success by using TED Talks and other authentic models of effective communications and presentations. The course will primarily improve essential listening and speaking skills for the 21st century, together with critical thinking, collaboration and visual literacy. Students are required to have the textbook on the first day of class. Required Textbook: 21st Century Communication 4 by Christien Lee, First edition, National Geographic Learning ISBN: 978-1-337-27583-5
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COM-3711O Business English, Part I

Business English Part I is the first of two courses intended for students with an intermediate/high-intermediate level of academic English language proficiency. This integrated skills content-based language course aims to help students in or preparing for work who need to improve their communicative ability when socializing, telephoning, presenting, taking part in meetings and negotiating. Various aspects of business English will be covered, including (but not limited to) statistical graphs, measurements, social language, meetings and presentations. Also, in the course, there is an introduction to business letters - enquiries, ordering, confirmations, etc. This is an asynchronous course with OPTIONAL meeting times.
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COM-3711BO Academic Vocabulary II

If your goal is to read academic texts and to write academic essays and papers, this advanced-level course is what you need. Learning the most frequently used academic words in English will, not only improve your ability to understand text books and university level lectures, but also help you achieve higher scores on tests like TOEFL iBT, IELTS, SAT, GMAT or GRE. Through repeated exposure and by using vocabulary learning strategies you will be exposed to materials containing the most frequently used English academic words. Academic Vocabulary I and Academic Vocabulary II are two modules containing different vocabulary items and content. Vocabulary I is not a prerequisite for Vocabulary II. Either course can be taken independently. 20 hours $75 Students are required to have the textbook on the first day of class. Required Textbook: Focus on Vocabulary 1, Diane Schmitt, Norbert Schmitt, David Mann ISBN 978013137619
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COM-3711BR Advanced Academic Vocabulary

If your goal is to read academic texts and to write academic essays and papers, this advanced-level course is what you need. Learning the most frequently used academic words in English will, not only improve your ability to understand textbooks and university-level lectures, but it will also help you achieve higher scores on tests like TOEFL iBT, IELTS, SAT, GMAT, or GRE. Through repeated exposure and by using vocabulary learning strategies, you will be exposed to materials containing the most frequently used English academic words.
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COM-3711CR English for the Medical Professional

This course is designed for high-intermediate and advanced level non-native English speakers in medical professions who want to improve their professional communication skills. The course aims to develop the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills that students need to communicate confidently in English in a medical context.
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COM-3711CV English Grammar for Professionals

This course is intended for students with high-intermediate/advanced academic level of English language proficiency and will focus on specific grammar points in standard American English which are often more difficult for a non-native English speaker to master. The course intends to help students target the most common errors in business writing. Students will explore/observe grammar in the context of the workplace, formulate rules, watch videos, participate in discussions, and complete tasks and projects. Quizzes and other types of assessments will be used to measure progress and learning.
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COM-3711CC Conversation and Pronunciation

There is no better way to practice and improve your pronunciation and fluency than using the language in a student-centered environment. This course is designed to improve clarity, accuracy, and understanding of spoken English and to increase self-confidence while communicating in English about various topics. Emphasis will be on fluency, comprehension, vocabulary and the different aspects of pronunciation. The course is designed for all levels of students.
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COM-3711BH TOEFL Reading/writing I

If you need to improve your reading and writing score for the TOEFL iBT exam, this is your chance. This advanced-level course is designed to provide extensive skill building practice in reading and writing for students preparing for the TOEFL iBT test. Besides general test-taking strategies, classes will focus on improving your ability to paraphrase and to skim and scan reading passages and use other reading strategies for comprehension. You will also learn how to organize your ideas and use appropriate vocabulary and grammar to become a better writer.
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COM-3711CQ Accent Reduction for the Medical Professional

There are very high standards in the healthcare field when it comes to communication, and it is crucial that medical professionals have effective, efficient and accurate language use. The course will address intonation and pronunciation in a student-centered environment with time to practice that will lead students to clearer speech and more confidence. Authentic materials are all related to the medical field, and the real-world exercises will make the learning effective and enjoyable.
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COM-3711CD US Culture and History

This content-based language course developed for non-native speakers of English will focus on American history, politics and culture from pre-colonial eras through the Civil War and until the 20th Century. Students will examine how U.S. history relates to contemporary life in the United States. When appropriate, the class will compare events in the USA to events in other countries. The course will use a variety of texts, including articles from newspapers, magazines, and other media sources. A reading assignment will be required for each class. Students will write research papers and use conversational skills in small groups. From time to time, controversial topics will be debated. There is no prerequisite class for this course; however, students are expected to demonstrate an advanced level in reading comprehension, and verbal expression.
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COM-3711CU English Through Acting and Role Play

This course is for students who already have a basic understanding of English, but want a greater fluency in their conversational skills. By using acting techniques such as role play, dialogues and improvisation the student will increase their ability to communicate with confidence. Jill Holmquist comes to us with a rich background in theater. She has directed, produced and acted in many theater productions. Jill has a Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA) in theater, a Master's in Communication and a Cambridge English teaching certificate. This is a new course and promises to be fun!
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COM-3711BW English for Social Sciences

This content-based course is designed to help ADVANCED level students develop their academic reading, writing, listening and speaking skills while building content knowledge in the field of social sciences. Students will participate in class discussions, debates, teamwork and individual and group presentations. Content topics include psychology, sociology, political science, linguistics, law, history, geography, communication studies, economics, education and anthropology.
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COM-3711CM English Grammar Level C

This ADVANCED course aims to engage students and help them understand, practice, and use English Grammar with a student-centered approach. The course combines comprehensive grammar coverage with plenty of communicative activities, critical thinking skills and ongoing assessment. Students will be completing meaningful projects, participating in debates and role-plays, learning to self-assess/edit, and will be able to start communicating more confidently, accurately and fluently.
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COM-3711BD Current Events

Would you like to understand and be able to discuss what is going on in the world while improving your English language skills? This content-based course for intermediate or advanced students will use authentic news materials to improve your English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and develop your vocabulary.
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COM-3711BB Conversation Workshop I

This course is designed for instructional areas related to interpersonal skills for the workplace: 1) dealing with conflict, 2) improving conversational and listening skills, 3) grammar, 4) reading skills, 5) writing skills 7) team communication and 6) identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting.
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COM-3711BN Academic Vocabulary I

This course is designed for instructional areas related to interpersonal skills for the workplace: 1) dealing with conflict, 2) improving conversational and listening skills, 3) grammar, 4) reading skills, 5) writing skills 7) team communication and 6) identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting.
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COM-3711BJ TOEFL Listening/Speaking II

This course is designed for instructional areas related to interpersonal skills for the workplace: 1) dealing with conflict, 2) improving conversational and listening skills, 3) grammar, 4) reading skills, 5) writing skills 7) team communication and 6) identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting.
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COM-3711BC Conversation Workshop II

Are you ready to practice your speaking/listening skills in a fun, student-centered and content based language class? In this lower-intermediate course you will focus on improving your spoken English and active listening skills through communicative activities, like role plays, dialogues, interviews, real-life situations, class discussions, and games in academic, professional and social contexts.
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COM-3711CA Intercultural Communication

This course is designed for instructional areas related to interpersonal skills for the workplace: 1) dealing with conflict, 2) improving conversational and listening skills, 3) grammar, 4) reading skills, 5) writing skills 7) team communication and 6) identifying nonverbal cues in an intercultural setting.
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