This course is part of the English as a Second Language program and is designed for mature high school students/graduates (19 years of age or older) who have not yet achieved the language requirements for admission to college/university, or
those who seek to further prepare for the challenging transition to the post-secondary level studies. This course will develop students' proficiency in the use of various rhetorical models, critical thinking skills, reading and vocabulary-building
strategies, and effective listening, note-taking, and speaking techniques for academic purposes. Topics of theme-based lectures will include Business, Media Studies, Science, Psychology, and Art and Design.
Prerequisites: You must have completed either ESL 9073 or ESL 9069 prior to the ESL 9078 course registration.
Fall 2019 Semester
The CRN, date, time, location and registration place for the course
||6:00pm – 9:00pm
||Room 369, SJH 341 King St. E
||REGISTER in-person at the Student Service Centre, 200 King St E