The ESL curriculum is divided into four levels, with the courses in levels 1, 2, and 3 generally organized by skill area. Listening, reading, writing, grammar, and conversation are taught at each of these levels. In addition, American Culture is taught in Level 2. At the highest level, the focus of each class is more on academic skills: literature, library and internet research, American Studies, and test taking. The ESL program is an integrated skills program; any given course will require students to use all their language skills. Students in the ESL program are in classes five to six hours a day.
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