If you are an advanced English Student and are planning to take the TOEFL exam, these two courses can help you and are offered this spring. Click on the TOEFL Prep page to get instructions on how to register. If you have questions or problems, please contact Michael Langer: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE NEXT GENERATION TOEFL iBT – Course 160801
- May 16- June 29
- Monday and Wednesday => 3:15- 5:45PM Bldg. C- Rm 422 North Campus
This course will prepare the students to take the TOEFL iBT test and improve their scores by sharpening their listening and speaking competencies and improving their reading and writing skills. It will teach strategies that are necessary to get better scores such as outlining, note-taking, synthesizing, summarizing and paraphrasing. There will be diagnostic tests and practice tests
BETTER SCORES IN TOEFL: Speaking & Writing – Course 160030
- May 17- June 9
- Tuesday and Thursday => 3:15- 5:45 PM Bldg.C Rm 422- North Campus
This course offers skills and strategies for achieving a higher score on the TOEFL iBT. It also includes multiple practice tests in speaking and writing
This class is for ESL Level 5/6 and ERV students.
You will learn the language of health care:
Emphasis is placed on increasing working knowledge of medical terminology, including an understanding of prefixes, suffixes, root words and medical terms.
This is a preparation class that leads to Career-Focused Classes.
Location: Fuquay Varina United Methodist Church – 100 Judd Parkway, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
Days/Times: Monday and Tuesday from 1:30pm-3:30pm
Registration: September 9th & 29th at 1:30pm
Class meets from September 9 – December 2
Contact Robin Hoff Abdelilah for more information at email@example.com
or call (919)334-1509
This class is for high level students who have tested out of ESL, but need to increase their English business literacy and job skills. Class information is centered on career exploration and job search preparation.
- Career Exploration
- Career & Education Planning
- Resume Writing
- Job Search Skills (techniques)
- Interview Preparation
- American Workplace Culture
- and MORE!
Millbrook High School – 2201 Spring Forest Rd. Raleigh
Registrations: 9/2, 9/3, 9/22, & 10/6
For more information, contact Lisa Uribe Ceciliano, firstname.lastname@example.org – (919) 334-1567
Wake Tech plans to have two TOEFL classes running this fall, 2014. These courses are for ADVANCED English learners, especially those who wish to attend university in the U.S.
TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language. See this site for more information: https://eslblogs.waketech.edu/toefl-classes-at-wake-tech/
*If you have any questions regarding registering for a continuing education class contact email@example.com or call 919-866-5800 or 919-335-1044.
You may also contact one of the course instructors, Emma Dempsey, at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: If too few students register, these classes will not run.
Are you unemployed? Or “under-employed”? Wake Tech HRD (Human Resources Development) classes can help you learn important job skills while you are looking for work. These classes are aimed at native English speakers, but they will also be useful for advanced ESL students.
To see the most recent list of classes, go to the Wake Tech HRD website: hrd.waketech.edu
If you are unemployed, or underemployed, you may be able to take certain Wake Tech classes at no cost. The Human Resources Development (HRD) classes are fee-waived (FREE) for those who qualify. **CALL or EMAIL them now if you want to attend one of their classes.
For more information visit hrd.waketech.edu or call 919-532-5696 or email@example.com
This information is for advanced ESL students working on their GED.
The Link to College program is a six-week college preparation course for GED and Adult High School eligible graduates to increase college success. Students are eligible for Link to College once they have signed up for their last GED exam.
Orientation will take place on Tuesday, January 10 at 2:30 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. at the Adult Education Center, room 116.
Interested students should contact:
Kathryn Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 919-334-1565 to get additional information or to RSVP to the orientation.
The Bill of Rights Institute website issues lesson plans on excellent civics topics, including landmark Supreme Court cases.
This could be an excellent lesson for Level 5, 6, ERV and possibly other levels, if adapted. http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/page.aspx?pid=699