ESOL 204C
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The major purpose of this course is to expand the students’ knowledge of the American culture through selected topics of interest. The course not only provides students with essential information about the USA but also stimulates cross-cultural exchange. This course provides students with the opportunity to conduct research and then develop and deliver presentations to the class on their findings. Four language skills – reading, writing, speaking and listening – are addressed in this course. The three institutional credits awarded for this course do not count toward graduation requirements but are calculated into GPA. (Prerequisite: ESOL 104C American Culture I with a grade of “C”, or permission of the Department Chair of Cross-Cultural Education as determined using the student’s score on the MTELP.)