[01:356:152 Discussion and Presentation Skills]
EAD Discussion and Presentation (356:152) offers students currently enrolled in EAD I or II to improve their English speaking and listening skills. It is a one-credit course that meets one day a week for 13 weeks, with no classes the first week of the semester. The class will focus on individual and collaborative projects that will promote discussion and presentation. Students will also create and present PowerPoint presentations, delegate roles for class presentations, research content for a panel discussion, answer audience questions, and learn to project confidence in front of a group. The class size will be limited to 16 students, a class size that will provide students with the opportunity to get to know each other and work well together in groups.
[01:356:155 EAD I - Writing Across Cultures]
English for Academic Discourse I: Writing Across Cultures (356:155), or EAD I, serves matriculated undergraduate speakers of English as an additional language. It is a 4-credit university course that meets three times a week and counts toward the GPA. Through a series of reading assignments and related writing assignments, students will be asked to demonstrate increasing levels of in-depth reading, from basic reading comprehension to close reading and textual analysis.
[01:356:156 EAD II - Academic Writing in the U.S.]
English for Academic Discourse II (356:156), or EAD II, serves matriculated undergraduate speakers of English as an additional language. It is a 4-credit university course that meets three times a week and counts toward the GPA. EAD II is specifically designed to help students build linguistic competence in English so that their verbal level more accurately reflects their ability to read, conceptualize, and frame complex arguments in English.