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Other ESL Class Descriptions
Noncredit Certificate of Completion: Speaking Skills for ESL

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ESL 9/NESL 909 3 units or noncredit English Pronunciation I
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ESL 10/NESL 910 3 units or noncredit English Pronunciation II
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ESL 20/NESL 920 3 units or noncredit Academic Speaking and Listening
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Noncredit Certificate of Completion: Grammar Skills for ESL

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ESL 12/NESL 912 3 units or noncredit ESL Grammar Skills I
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ESL 13/NESL 913 3 units or noncredit ESL Grammar Skills II
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ESL 14/NESL 914 3 units or noncredit ESL Grammar Skills III

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Employment and Job Skills ESL Classes
ESL 98.1/NESL 994 3 units or noncredit Career Track ESL

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NESL 995 3 units or noncredit ESL Support Course: Child Development

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Noncredit Certificate of Completion: Conversation Skills for ESL

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NESL 922 Noncredit only Beginning Conversation I
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NESL 923 Noncredit only Beginning Conversation II
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Noncredit Certificate of Completion: Computer Skills for ESL

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NESL 982 Noncredit only Computer Skills 1
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NESL 983 Noncredit

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Computer Skills 2
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NESL 984 Noncredit only Computer Skills 3
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ESL Multi-level Classes
NESL 972 Noncredit only Basic ESL Skills
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NCTZN 900 Noncredit only Citizenship
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Fall 2020 Schedule:  N CTZN 900 (Citizenship Class)

Morning Class:  Saturday’s, 10:15 – 11:45 a.m.  /  Begins on August 29th  – December 19th (Escondido)

Afternoon Late-start Class:  Saturday’s, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.  /  Begins on October 24th – December 19th (San Marcos)

Citizenship classes provide students with a knowledge of United States history, government and institutions, and the use of community services and agencies. They are designed to assist eligible individuals to become United States citizens. The class prepares students to take the Citizenship ExaminationStudents will practice listening and speaking skills in English that are necessary to pass the oral test with an Immigration and Naturalization Service official. Students will learn how to fill out the Citizenship Application (INS N 400.) Students will focus on literacy skills that are necessary to pass the written test.
To register for a Citizenship class, students will need to fill out a Community Education form for non-credit (N CTZN 400).  For information about the Citizenship Program, contact the ESL Department (760) 744-1150, ext. 2272.
The class is free, although students will have to pay a health fee (usually between $18-$22).
English skills are helpful for students taking this course, but this course is open to students of all English abilities.

 

Citizenship Student Learning Outcome
CITIZENSHIP EXAMINATION
By taking the Citizenship class, students will be able to:
  1. complete practice items from one or more of the following examinations: CASAS, ETS, 1/3 INS Test;
  2. complete INS N-400 Form;
  3. answer both written and oral questions about the history and government of the United States; and
  4. understand and answer interview questions.

 

Some of the topics that are covered in the class include the following:
  • Past Events in the Early History of the United States
  • Structure of the Federal Government
  • Privileges and Obligations of United States Citizens
  • Requirements for Citizenship

 

 

Employment and Job Skills ESL Video

 

 

 

Student Learning Outcomes for NESL and ESL Courses

 

 

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