能借钱炒股吗

Academic Programs

English for Academic Purposes

能借钱炒股吗The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program is designed to meet the needs of English language learning students who are interested in attending UWest degree or other U.S. university degree programs. The EAP helps students acquire the language skills and cultural understanding necessary for academic success while living in the United States. Students from a variety of backgrounds come together in small classes to study and practice all fundamental English skills in meaningful and authentic contexts to develop critical thinking and independent learning skills necessary for college.

The EAP Program is offered during the Fall and Spring semesters that run for 16 weeks each.

EAP Sample Schedule

Morning Class Schedule

ESL Class # ESL Class Name Days Beginning Time Ending Time
ESL 021 Beginner Reading Comprehension M T W R F 9 am 9:50 am
ESL 022 Beginning Composition M W F 10 am 10:50 am
ESL 023 Basic Grammar T R 10 am 10:50 am
ESL 024 Beginning Speaking and Listening M T W R F 11 am 11:50 am
ESL 031 Intermediate Reading Comprehension M T W R F 9 am 9:50 am
ESL 032 Intermediate Composition T R 11 am 11:50am
ESL 033 Intermediate Grammar M W F 11 am 11:50 am
ESL 034 Intermediate Speaking and Listening M T W R F 10 am 10:50 am
ESL 041 High Intermediate Reading Comprehension M T W R F 10 am 11:50 am
ESL 042 High Intermediate Composition T R 9 am 9:50 am
ESL 043 High Intermediate Grammar M W F 9 am 9:50 am
ESL 044 High Intermediate Speaking and Listening Skills M T W R F 11 am 11:50 am
ESL 051 Advanced Reading Comprehension M T W R F 11 am 11:50 am
ESL 052 Advanced Writing T R 10 am 10:50 am
ESL 053 Advanced Grammar M W F 10 am 10:50 am
ESL 054 Advanced Speaking and Listening Skills M T W R F 9 am 9:50 am
ESL 061 Upper Advanced Reading Comprehension M T W R F 9 am 9:50 am
ESL 062 Upper Advanced Writing M W F 11 am 11:50 am
ESL 063 Upper Advanced Grammar T R 11 am 11:50 am
ESL 064 Upper Advanced Speaking and Listening Skills M T W R F 10 am 10:50 am

ESL Afternoon Classes

ESL Class # ESL Class Name Days Beginning Time Ending Time
ESL 067 English Skills for College Success M W
F
1 pm
1 pm
2:50 pm
1:50 pm
ESL 046 american Cultural: LA M W
F
1 pm
1 pm
2:50 pm
1:50pm
ESL 035 american English Pronunciation M W
F
1 pm
1 pm
2:50pm
1:50pm
ESL 057 Storytelling M W F 1 pm
1 pm
2:50 pm
1:50 pm
ESL 047 TOEFL Preparation T R 1 pm 3:30 pm

ELI Learning Objectives

UWest ELI Learning Objectives (LOs) for the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) & Academic English Bridge (AEB) Programs as adopted from the Pearson Education’s Global Scale of English (GSE) EAP in order to:

  1. Define each level of study for EAP & AEB students at UWest.
  2. Define “can do” language skills students should be able to do at the end of each level of study.
  3. Provide EAP & AEB faculty appropriate level descriptors design and assessment.

GSE LO’s align with UWest Programs as follows:

UWest
Courses
ESL
Intro
(010)
ESL
Beginning
(020)
ESL
Intermediate
(030)
ESL
High
Intermediate
(030)
ESL
Advanced
(050)
ESL
Upper
Advanced
(060)
English
Bridge
90
English
Bridge
100
English
Composition
& Speech
101
English
Composition
102
GSE Scale 10-21 22-29 30-35 36-42 43-50 51-58 59-66 67-75 76-84 85-90
CERF Below A1 A1 A2 A2+ B1 B1+ B2 B2+ C1 C2

(LOs) are integrated into each core competency course (i.e. reading, writing, oral communication) so that students can know what language skills they should be able to do by the end of each class. In order to see and download a full description of ELI’s LOs for each class and level of study, please .