ESOL North Cobb ESOL Course Descriptions - Page 2

This course has no prerequisite, and course placement should be based on the proficiency level of the individual ELLs: The suggested Composite Proficiency Level of the student is CPL 1-2. Pre-Requisite: This course has no prerequisite, and course placement should be based on the proficiency level of the individual ELLs: The suggested Composite Proficiency Level (CPL) of the student is CPL 1-2. Terms Offered: Fall and Spring - depends upon the needs of ELL population based on English Language Proficiency levels balanced with other criteria including individual student motivation, work habits, and minimum class sizes. Grade Levels: 9 – 12 Units of Credit: 1.0 Quality Points: 0.5 Course #: 55.02300 Course Title: ESOL Reading and Listening in the Content Areas While there is no specific sequence or prescribed order for ESOL electives such as this course, ESOL course placement is ideally based on what is in the best interest of each individual ELL based on their current English Proficiency Level with other considerations including self-motivation, work habits, and class size minimums. ESOL Elective courses can be scheduled to help students get ready for more advanced core classes or scheduled concurrently with a core class as a support. Course Description: This course supports and enhances literacy and listening skills necessary for success in the content areas. Guiding the course are the five basic WIDA Standards with particular emphasis on reading and listening skills in language arts, science, social studies, and mathematics. This course has no prerequisite, and course placement should be based on the proficiency level of the individual ELLs: The suggested Composite Proficiency Level is CPL 1-2. Pre-Requisite: This course has no prerequisite, and course placement should be based on the proficiency level of the individual ELLs: The suggested Composite Proficiency Level (CPL) of the student is CPL 1-2. Terms Offered: Fall and Spring - depends upon the needs of ELL population based on English Language Proficiency levels balanced with other criteria including individual student motivation, work habits, and minimum class sizes. Grade Levels: 9 – 12 Units of Credit: 1.0 Quality Points: 0.5 Course #: 55.02400 Course Title: ESOL Oral Communications in the Content Areas While there is no specific sequence or prescribed order for ESOL electives such as this course, ESOL course placement is ideally based on what is in the best interest of each individual ELL based on their current English Proficiency Level with other considerations including self-motivation, work habits, and class size minimums. ESOL Elective courses can be scheduled to help students get ready for more advanced core classes or scheduled concurrently with a core class as a support. Course Description: Georgia Department of Education Kathy Cox, State Superintendent of Schools August 26, 2008 • Page 2 All Rights Reserved