ESL Level 2, Certificate of Competency
Beginning high courses are designed to support English Language Learners and adult immigrants in developing the vocabulary, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills needed for living and working in the United States and in the local community. This contextualized ESL course integrates academic and employability skills.
|ESLN NC02A||ESL 2 - A Beginning High||0|
|ESLN NC02B||ESL 2 - B Beginning High||0|
|ESLN NC02C||ESL 2 – C Beginning High||0|
- Make an oral claim using comparative and superlative adjectives.
- Read a short passage or listen to a simple oral presentation and identify the main idea and key details with support of question prompts related to housing, community, or health.
- Ask and answer information questions (who, what, when, where, how) related to employment and education, or after reading a level-appropriate visual representation of data such as a map, chart, or schedule.
- Write a paragraph of five sentences demonstrating the ability to use either present, past or future tenses.