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English-Second-Language (ESL) Program in Grand Prairie, TX

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must possess the need to learn the English language. There are no educational or age requirements for the English-Second-Language (ESL) Program. The applicant must schedule an interview with the admissions office and submit a completed enrollment form. Once students have been accepted they will be subject to the school’s refund and cancellation policy. Class size is limited based upon space availability. Efforts are made to assign a class time that fits the prospective student’s schedule. The MT Training Center does not discriminate regarding race, creed, age, sex, or religion.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must possess the need to learn the English language. There are no educational or age requirements for the ESL program. The applicant must schedule an interview with the admissions office and submit a completed enrollment form. Once students have been accepted they will be subject to the […]

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Tuition and Fees

Registration: $150.00
Tuition: $3,262.50
Textbooks: $85.00
Total Cost $3,497.50

Class Schedule

Day and evening classes are scheduled Monday through Thursday as indicated below. The student will be issued a CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION. Enrollment into the program begins every month.

DAY SCHEDULE MONDAY - THURSDAY

Period 1 08:30 a.m. - 09:20 a.m. Break 09:20 a.m. - 09:30 a.m.
Period 2 09:30 a.m. - 10:20 a.m. Break 10:20 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Period 3 10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. Break 11:20 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Period 4 11:30 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.

EVENING SCHEDULE MONDAY - THURSDAY

Period 1 05:30 p.m. - 06:20 p.m. Break 06:20 p.m. - 06:30 p.m.
Period 2 06:30 p.m. - 07:20 p.m. Break 07:20 p.m. - 07:30 p.m.
Period 3 07:30 p.m. - 08:20 p.m. Break 08:20 p.m. - 08:30 p.m.
Period 4 08:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

PROGRAM AND SUBJECT DESCRITPIONS

Contact Hours: 432 Hours
Length: 24 Weeks (Day Class)
24 Weeks (Evening Class)
Ratios: 20:1 (students/instructor)

Graduation Requirements

The graduating student must possess a basic knowledge of the English language, including usage of general vocabulary, dialogue, work-place terminology, and the student must possess a mastery of reading with understanding.

Objective

The English-As-A-Second Language Program is designed to provide students with language barriers the opportunity to become familiarized with the English language. The ESL program will assist the student in developing necessary listening, speaking, and reading skills for communication, word recognition, reading comprehension, interpretation, analysis, and evaluation.

Subject Hours
Number Lectures Lab Credits
E-100 English 108 0 0.0
D-100 Dialogue 108 0 0.0
RC-101 Reading Comprehension 108 0 0.0
V-100 Vocabulary 108 0 0.0
Total Hours/Credits 432 0 0.0
Total Contact Hours: 430

Subject Description

E-100 English- This course helps students understand the fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure, writing paragraphs, unity, coherence, support and syntax skills, as well as how to punctuate correctly. Emphasis will be placed on correct English usage and written communications.
Prerequisite: None
Contact Hours:108
D-100 Dialogue- The student will master dialogue necessary to interact with others in common places such as the work place, medical and police emergencies, grocery stores, banks, medical offices, post office, and movie theaters. The student will also learn how to participate in active on-going conversations in various situations.
Prerequisite: None
Contact Hours:108
RC-101 Reading Comprehension- The student will learn how to read with understanding as well as how to read with expression. The student will also learn cause and effect in reading. The student will also learn how to answer fact-based questions as well as interpretive questions that ask students to draw logical conclusions based on what they have read.
Prerequisite: None
Contact Hours:108
V-100 Vocabulary- The student will learn analogies, opposites, synonyms, antonyms, and descriptive vocabulary, as well as master vocabulary searches in the dictionary, thesaurus, and on the internet. The student will also learn vocabulary pertaining to gender, good nutrition, people, places, weather, transportation, signs, sports, expressions, historical events, family, household, people who wear uniforms, as well as various other vocabulary.
Prerequisite: None
Contact Hours:108

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