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Student Learning Outcomes (Course)

Student Learning Outcomes (Course)

ESL 283A High Beginning Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at a high beginning ESL level. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at a high beginning ESL level. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate high beginning ESL knowledge and use of American cultural conventions in oral communications. Questionnaire

 

Student s fulfilling these outcomes should move from 283A to 283B

 

ESL 283B High Beginning Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at a low intermediate ESL level. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at a low intermediate ESL level. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate low intermediate ESL knowledge and use of American cultural conventions in oral communications. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 283A or 283B to 232A

 

ESL 232A Intermediate Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at an intermediate ESL level. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at an intermediate ESL level. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate intermediate ESL knowledge and use of American cultural conventions in oral communications. Questionnaire

 

Student fulfilling these outcomes should move from 232A to 232B

 

ESL 232B Intermediate Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at a high intermediate ESL level. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at a high intermediate ESL level. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate high intermediate ESL knowledge and use of American cultural conventions in oral communications. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from ESL 232A or 232B to ESL 233A.

 

ESL 233A High Intermediate Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at a low advanced ESL level. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at a low advanced ESL level. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate low advanced   ESL knowledge and use of American cultural conventions in oral communications. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 233A to 233B.

 

ESL 233B High Intermediate Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at an advanced ESL level. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at an advanced ESL level. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate advanced ESL knowledge and use of American cultural conventions in oral communications. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 233A or 233B to 50A.

 

ESL 50A Advanced Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English at a level approaching that required in first-year college courses. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English at a level approaching that required in first-year college courses. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of and use American cultural conventions in oral communications at a level approaching that required in first-year college courses. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from ESL 50A to 50B

 

ESL 50B Advanced Listening and Speaking

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Express ideas fluently, accurately, and appropriately in spoken American English, as required in first-year college courses. Oral presentation.
2. Comprehend and respond appropriately to spoken American English, as required in first-year college courses. Listening comprehension test.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of and use American cultural conventions in oral communications as required in first-year college courses. Questionnaire

 

 

ESL 285A High Beginning Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy high beginning ESL standards for clear and effective, well organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences and paragraphs Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to partially comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in intermediate ESL texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in campus and classroom culture at a level approaching that required for success as an intermediate ESL student. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 285A to 285B.

 

ESL 285B High Beginning Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy low intermediate ESL standards for clear and effective, well organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences and paragraphs. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in low intermediate ESL texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in campus and classroom culture at a level required for success as a low intermediate ESL student Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 285A or 285B to 222A.

 

ESL 222A Intermediate Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy intermediate ESL standards for clear and effective, well-organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences, paragraphs, and essays, and appropriate citation of sources. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to partially comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in intermediate ESL texts Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in the campus and classroom culture at a level approaching that required for student success at the intermediate ESL level. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 222A to 222B.

 

ESL 222B Intermediate Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy high intermediate ESL standards for clear and effective, well organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences and paragraphs. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in high intermediate ESL texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in campus and classroom culture at a level required for success as a high intermediate ESL student Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 222A or 222B to 223A.

 

ESL 223A High Intermediate Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy to an extent approaching advanced ESL standards for clear and effective, well-organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences, paragraphs, and essays, and appropriate citation of sources. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to partially comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in advanced ESL texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in the campus and classroom culture at a level approaching that required for student success at the advanced ESL level. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 223A to 223B.

 

ESL 223B High Intermediate Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy advanced ESL standards for clear and effective, well-organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences, paragraphs, and essays, and appropriate citation of sources. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in advanced ESL texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in campus and classroom culture at a level required for success as an advanced ESL student Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 223A or 223B to 52A.

 

ESL 52A Advanced Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy to a limited extent college freshman standards for clear, effective, well-organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences, paragraphs, and essays, and appropriate citation of sources. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to partially comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in college level texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in campus and classroom culture at a level approaching that required for success as a college freshman. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 52A to 52B.

 

ESL 52B Advanced Reading and Writing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Satisfy college freshman standards for clear and effective, well-organized, well developed, well edited, and logically sound sentences, paragraphs, and essays, and appropriate citation of sources. Rubric-based assessment of essays. Rubric-based assessment of portfolios containing multiple course assignments
2. Apply active reading strategies in order to comprehend, critically analyze, and explain ideas in college level texts. Rubric-based assessment of short essays and self-reflective writing based on course texts.
3. Participate in campus and classroom culture at a level required for success as a college freshman. Questionnaire

 

Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 52A or 52B to English 1A.

 

ESL 284A High Beginning Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of some high beginning English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of some high beginning English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use some high beginning English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas at the sentence level. Test items requiring sentence construction
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 284A to 284B.

 

ESL 284B High Beginning Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of high beginning English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of high beginning English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use high beginning English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas in sustained written discourse. Rubric evaluation of writing sample.
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 284A or 284B to 215A.

 

ESL 215A Intermediate Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of some intermediate English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of intermediate English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use some intermediate   English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas at the sentence level. Test items requiring sentence construction
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 215A to 215B.

 

ESL 215B Intermediate Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of intermediate English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of intermediate English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use intermediate English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas in sustained written discourse. Rubric evaluation of writing sample.
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 215A or 215 to 216A

 

ESL 216A High Intermediate Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of some high intermediate English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of some high intermediate English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use some high intermediate English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas at the sentence level. Test items requiring sentence construction
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 216A to 216B.

 

ESL 216B High Intermediate   Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of high intermediate English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of high   intermediate English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use high intermediate English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas in sustained written discourse. Rubric evaluation of writing sample.
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 216A or 216B to 217A.

 

ESL 217A Advanced Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of some advanced English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of some advanced English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use some advanced English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas at the sentence level. Test items requiring sentence construction
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 217A to 217B.

 

ESL 217B Advanced Grammar

Student Learning Outcomes Proposed Revision

Assessment Method
1. Demonstrate accurate aural comprehension of advanced English grammatical structures. Listening comprehension test
2. Demonstrate accurate reading comprehension of advanced English grammatical structures. Reading comprehension test
3. Use advanced English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express ideas in sustained written discourse. Rubric evaluation of writing sample.
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 217A or 217B to 219A.

 

ESL 219A Advanced Grammar and Editing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Use college level English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express complex ideas at the paragraph level. Test item written sentences.
2. Identify grammatical errors at the sentence and paragraph levels. Test items requiring identification of errors in paragraphs and sentences.
3. Correct grammatical errors at the sentence and paragraph levels. Test items requiring correction of errors in paragraphs and sentences.
Students fulfilling these outcomes should move from 219A to 219B.

 

ESL 219B Advanced Grammar and Editing

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Use college level English grammatical structures to accurately and effectively express complex ideas in sustained written discourse. Rubric assessment of in-class essay.
2. Identify grammatical errors in sustained written discourse. Test items requiring identification of errors in sustained written discourse.
3. Correct grammatical errors in sustained written discourse. Test items requiring correction of errors in sustained written discourse.

 

ESL 218A/B/C/D ESL Writing Workshop

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Identify their own problem areas in writing. Student Checklist
2. Utilize tutors and integrate tutors’ guidance and comments into a completed paper. Survey of “Tutoring Sign-Up Forms”
3. Complete a writing assignment successfully by following the steps in an assignment checklist.. Student Checklist

 

 

 

ESL 256A Spelling 1: Spelling and Phonics Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Method
1. Use the dictionary to find syllabication, the regularity and irregularity of verbs and nouns, and interpretation of the symbol system for pronunciation.  

Exams for each SLO.

2. Sound out and spell one syllable words,             focusing on both consonant and vowel sounds.
3. Correctly spell common sight words.

 

ESL 266 ESL for Customer Service

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Students will be able to carry out a customer service conversation. Students will express their ability in a class presentation/demonstration or in an interview (by instructor)
2. Students will be able to answer questions, relay information, and take orders. Students will demonstrate this ability in oral or written form

 

ESL 267 ESL for Workplace Communication

Student Learning Outcomes

Assessment Method
1. Ask and answer interview questions.                                                           Mock interviews.
2. Give and follow workplace related directions &   instructions.               Oral exams
3. Read and complete workplace forms, documents, email and

other professional correspondence.                                                             Written exams.