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EAP1503 English for Academic Purposes: Intermediate Listening and Speaking

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1 credit hour(s) Fall | Spring | Summer
Prerequisite(s): be a nonnative speaker of English whose placement scores and oral interview by an EAP faculty member (or designee) indicate a need to develop listening and speaking skills that are essential for success in college-level classes. (Students who score 24 or higher on the speaking portion of the iBT/Next Generation TOEFL Test or score 8 or higher on the speaking section of the IELTS are exempt from this requirement.)
This course is intended for the student who is a nonnative speaker of English and who wishes to develop English listening and speaking skills that are essential for success in undergraduate classes. The student will develop pronunciation skills, prepare and deliver a short oral presentation, participate in discussions, listen and respond to oral presentations on academic topics, take effective notes, acquire academic and conversational vocabulary, and practice communicating in English in a variety of situations and contexts.  Lecture 1 hour. The student must earn a grade of C or better in this course to enroll in  .

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