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Community ESL Classes

Our classes are designed for those who wish to improve their English language skills for professional, personal, and academic reasons.  

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COMMUNITY ESL • INFORMATION SESSION!

Tuesday May 16, 2017 • 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Framingham Campus

SUMMER 2017

ESL: BEGINNER – AP- 121-300 (4146)
TR, 6:00-8:30pm, Wellesley Campus
MAY 23-JULY 18, 2017 • COST - $300

ESL: INTERMEDIATE- AP-122-300 (4029)
MW, 6:00-8:30PM, Framingham Campus
MAY 22-JULY 17, 2017 • COST - $300

ESL: ADVANCED-AP125-300 (4078)
MW, 6:00-8:30PM, Framingham Campus
MAY 22-JULY 17, 2017 • COST - $300

 

Core Courses:
  • ESL BEGINNER
    This course is intended for students with limited English language skills. The focus will be to build a practical English vocabulary and understanding of basic grammar structures to communicate in everyday life. Class activities will give students practice in conversational English as well as reading and writing.
  • ESL INTERMEDIATE
    This course is designed for students who have completed the Beginner course or who have a basic foundation in English. The course will focus on building and improving English grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills for communicating in everyday situations. The reading activities focus on comprehension and critical thinking skills. Activities include class discussions, group work and individual assignments.
  • ESL ADVANCED
    This course is intended for students who have completed the Intermediate course or who have a high intermediate to advanced level of English. The course will focus on building skills in reading, writing, grammar and advanced vocabulary for everyday life or academic study. The classes will offer practice through a variety of activities, including class discussions, oral presentations, small group work and individual assignments.

Special Topics Courses:
  • ESL COMMUNICATION FOR HEALTH CARE
    This course will help students to communicate more effectively in a clinical or healthcare setting. Students will primarily build listening and speaking skills through practice in a variety of authentic situations. Pronunciation, vocabulary, and appropriate communication with patients and members of the health care team will be emphasized.
  • ESL CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
    Speak English with confidence! This course will help students to build the vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation needed to communicate clearly in everyday conversations. Activities will include class discussions, working in small groups, and role-playing. Topics may vary, depending on the interests of the class.

 
 For more information about the Community ESL Program, contact us at esl@massbay.edu or or by phone at 781-239-2511.

MassBay is located at 50 Oakland Street Wellesley Hills, MA and 19 Flagg Drive Framingham, MA.