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ESL-Intermediate Listening and Speaking

ENSL - 004

Credits: 3

Catalog Year: 2017

This course is designed for nonnative speakers of English identified as needing English language instruction at the intermediate level. Instruction will focus on the development of accuracy in the production of spoken English: stress, intonation, and rhythm; as well as the development of listening skills needed to undertake academic work and to understand colloquial speech. The foreign language lab will be utilized to enhance the accuracy of these skills. This course cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: Identification of need by appropriate score on the Accuplacer Test and the Michigan English Placement Test (MEPT) or recommendation of the instructor. ENSL 005 is recommended as a corequisite.