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Technical English 3. Intermediate Level (Technical English Intermediate)

Students are required to demonstrate intermediate-level proficiency in a language other than English. Intermediate-level proficiency is demonstrated by successful completion of a 4th-semester language course in one of the following:

Technical English 3. Intermediate Level (Technical English Intermediate)

Note: Beginning language course I & II or beginning combination language course and intermediate language course I are prerequisites for *intermediate level II course. Placement tests are designed for placement purposes only and a score on this test alone is not sufficient to demonstrate intermediate-level proficiency.

Who should take this course? Though there are technically no prerequisites, this intermediate-level class rewards English language learners with some English familiarity. Anyone who speaks some English but would like to improve their fluency would benefit.

This Perfectly Spoken program features 60 video lessons to provide a comprehensive overview of the A2 or pre-intermediate level of English. Intended for slightly more advanced English language learners, the course aims to add vocabulary, improve word usage, and increase fluency. Students use their own experience in the past and present and hopes for the future to learn proper verb tenses. They describe their family and work lives in English to gain a better understanding of functional expressions. And they pick up new words in areas like computers, finances, relationships, shopping, weather, holidays, and popular culture. With 45-minute lessons that can be watched as many times as desired, the course is very thorough, preparing students for two of the most common English exams, Cambridge English and IELTS Life Skills Speaking and Listening. Perfectly Spoken uses Facebook, Instagram, and other social media apps to provide bonus interactive content.

This is a collection of the educational videos. Some of them focus on travel while others accompany several of the Unit Converter pages. Videos are currently available in English and Russian. We add new videos periodically. All our videos can be found on the YouTube Channel.Subtitles and Closed CaptionsAll of our videos can be viewed with English and Russian closed captions. We encourage you to use them to teach or study English as a foreign or a second language (ESL, EFL, and TESOL) or Russian as a foreign language. These videos are suitable for intermediate to advanced level students and can be used in regular language courses or to teach technical English or technical Russian. Closed captions automatically translated into other languages are available.Additional ResourcesMost videos come with a script and a vocabulary list with definitions. You will find it below the video. We also have articles with photos that accompany all of our popular science videos. Here you can read about our educational materials in more detail.

English for the Energy Industries is a foundation English course for employees in the oil, gas and petrochemicals industries. It is aimed at pre- and low-intermediate level students who have a basic grasp of English, but who need to use technical and semi-technical vocabulary within specific functional language applicable to the workplace. It provides approximately 140 hours of listening, speaking, reading, writing and language practice activities.

All students completing a Bachelor of Arts degree are required to attain proficiency in a foreign language. Proficiency may be satisfied by completing a language class at the 103 (intermediate) level or three years of any one foreign language in high school. Students may also meet this requirement through AP or CLEP testing.

TESOL Track Candidates. TESOL track candidates must provide evidence of intermediate-level proficiency in a language other than English. The language proficiency requirement may be met through one of the following options: (a) completion of 12 hours of undergraduate coursework in a foreign language with at least a C average; (b) completion of the second intermediate foreign language college course with a grade of C or higher; or (c) passing a reading competency test equivalent to the level of the second intermediate foreign language college course administered by the Department of World Languages and Cultures. A TESOL track candidate whose native language is not English will be considered to have met the language requirement.

1 Foreign Language requirements differ according to track; Language and Literature and Language Arts students must take a language through the intermediate level (203 and 204), while Creative Writing students must take 6 credits of a foreign language at any level. Contact the World Languages Department for placement information.

Students should enroll at the point in the sequence of courses for which their previous study and/or experience has prepared them. Students with no language background should enroll in fundamental 101-level courses. Normally, two years of high school language study are considered to be equivalent to one year of college language. Students just completing two years of high school language should begin at 200-level intermediate courses. 350c69d7ab

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