Course: English As A Second Language (ESL)
About the ESL or ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE program at American National College School of Continuing Education
We know that achieving your dreams and goals often requires that you learn English first. One of the leading English schools in the United States, Iverson Institute is uniquely qualified to provide programs and courses that will teach you English as a second language (ESL).
At American National College, English as a Second Language Program is one of the most comprehensive and the most complete programs available anywhere in the United States. This instructional program focuses on development of listening, reading, writing, speaking (conversation), and grammar at all levels of the curriculum. Courses are designed in such a manner that skills are developed sequentially, with the English elements identified and taught in order of difficulty to include those necessary for English language success in the beginning, low intermediate, and high intermediate levels.
American National College offers comfortable class sizes to allow all students to get the individualized attention needed to be successful in learning the English language.
If traveling from abroad, taking the ESL courses at American National College is a great way to immerse you into the American culture and experience firsthand the beauty of the American way of life while learning to speak and interact with English speakers.
The objective of the program is to help develop the skills of English as a Second Language for those students having existing knowledge, training, and/or skills and to remove the English Language barrier, allowing graduates to utilize existing vocational skills.
The purpose of the program is to focus on development of listening, reading, writing, speaking (conversation), and grammar at all levels of the curriculum and to develop employment seeking skills necessary to compete in the existing market.
The approximate time for completion of the English as a Second Language program is fifty six (56) weeks. Academic weeks are defined as actual weeks in attendance excluding holidays, school breaks, and inclement weather days.
Course Completion dates are subject to attending 18 hours a week.
Last updated December 6, 2017