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The Proficiency in American Culture and English (PACE) Certificate will be available in Fall 2014.

The PACE Certificate of Achievement is a multi-skill academic language certificate. Upon completion, students are able to use cultural knowledge and communication skills to facilitate their use of English in academic, vocational, and personal contexts. This certificate formally recognizes the acquisition of the English language necessary to succeed in college-level courses and compete successfully in the labor market. The PACE Certificate of Achievement also assists community employers in determining the level of English language qualifications and vocational skills of potential employees.

Fall 2014 PACE Learning Community

Starting Fall 2014, the ESOL Department offers the PACE Learning Community for ESOL students who want to accelerate through to ENGL 100.  This one-year learning community provides English composition and grammar, college preparation, and core college courses applicable to the Associate degree.  More information can be found by going to the English Language Institute in room 1218, or contacting the ELI at skyeli@smccd.edu.

Fall 2014

Spring 2015

ESOL 400 (5 units)

English Composition for Non-Native Speakers

MWF 8:10-9:40 a.m.

Instructor: Serena Chu-Mraz

English 100 (3 units)

Composition

Dates/time: TBD

Instructor: Serena Chu-Mraz

ESOL 875 (3 units)

Advanced Grammar

MW 10:10-11 a.m.

Instructor: Serena Chu-Mraz

COMM 110 (3 units)

Public Speaking

Dates/time: TBD

Instructor: TBD

CRER 100 (1 unit)

Introduction to College

MW 11:10 a.m. -12:40 p.m.

Instructor: Kenny Gonzalez

COUN 102 (1 unit)

How to Transfer

Dates/time: TBD

Instructor: Kenny Gonzalez

Total Units for Fall: 9

Total Units for Spring: 7

 

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