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  • Online (Asynchronous)
    • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date.

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    Building
    ONLINE
    Real-Time Online (Synchronous)
    • In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on Zoom. The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially other class content, such as documents, discussions, and announcements. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term, with Zoom meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.

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    Building
    RT-ONL
    HyFlex (Synchronous)
    • In a HyFlex class, all course meetings are held face-to-face at IVC or a designated physical site, and may also be attended virtually, via Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements. High-stake assessments, such as mid-term or final will be the same exam for online or face-to-face students. Training/approvals: Canvas Basics, Zoom, Classroom Technology Tools.

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    Building Room
    HYFLEX
    2700 2727
    Hybrid (Face-to-Face + Online)
    • In a hybrid class, course activity occurs both online and face-toface on campus; both the online and face-to-face portion are required. The face-to-face meetings occur on scheduled days and times. All online content is delivered in Canvas and/or zoom. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term, with face-to-face meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.

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    Example:
    Building Room
    3100 3115
    RT-ONL
    Example 2:
    Building Room
    ONLINE
    3100 3109
    Face-to-Face (On Ground)
    • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

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    Building Room
    3100 3115
  • Changes may be occurring daily for schedule data and files are subject to change.
  • Fall 2021 Non Credit
    3 sections
    • English as a Second Language
      3 sections
      • ESL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics
        1 section
        ESL 811 Course Description:
        This course is designed to prepare students with the language skills in reading, writing and comprehension to pass the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization exam. Students will be provided with English grammar pronunciation, vocabulary development and basic reading skills. The focus of the instruction will be on the concepts of democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
        • CRN 12055 (ESL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12055
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12055 0.00 Castro, Monica 30 23 7 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 05:30 PM - 08:20 PM 3100 3112 Aug 24, 2021 Nov 02, 2021
      • ESL 812 - Basic Oral English for ESL/Civ
        1 section
        ESL 812 Course Description:
        This course is designed to prepare students with the oral skills needed to be successful in the interview process of becoming a citizen of the United States. Emphasis will be in oral communication and vocabulary development in the basic English language. This course will enable the students to become familiar with the contents of the N-400 application because questions for the interview are drawn from the application. Students will learn interviewing techniques and respond to simple requests for personal information.
        • CRN 12054 (ESL 812 - Basic Oral English for ESL/Civ)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12054
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12054 0.00 Castro, Monica 30 24 6 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 05:30 PM - 08:20 PM 3100 3112 Sep 16, 2021 Dec 09, 2021
      • ESL 881 - Intermediate Beginning ESL 2
        1 section
        ESL 881 Course Description:
        Recommended Preparation: ESL 880 Students may take courses independently or concurrently.
        ESL 881 is an integrated skills course designed for ESL students to continue development of literacy and communication skills at the intermediate-beginning level. Students learn how to speak and write about everyday topics, including those focused on the workplace. Students continue to develop reading skills, knowledge of vocabulary, grammatical competence, and overall language comprehension. This course may be taken concurrently with ESL 880. (CEFR A1) (Nontransferable, nondegree applicable)
        • CRN 12048 (ESL 881 - Intermediate Beginning ESL 2)
          • In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times. Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially other class content, such as documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12048
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12048 0.00 Castro, Monica 30 28 2 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 07:30 AM - 10:05 AM RT-ONL Oct 11, 2021 Dec 11, 2021
  • Spring 2021 Non Credit
    5 sections
    • English
      1 section
      • ENGL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics
        1 section
        ENGL 811 Course Description:
        This course is designed to prepare students with the language skills in reading, writing and comprehension to pass the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization exam. Students will be provided with English grammar pronunciation, vocabulary development and basic reading skills. The focus of the instruction will be on the concepts of democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
        • CRN 22002 (ENGL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 22002
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22002 0.00 Castro, Monica 35 29 6 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 05:30 PM - 07:20 PM ONL-ZM Mar 02, 2021 Apr 29, 2021
    • English as a Second Language
      4 sections
      • ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I
        1 section
        ESL 820 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include the development of fine motor skills, the ability to follow a line of print from left to right, and the identification of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 22004 (ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 22004
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22004 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 24 16 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 09:00 AM - 11:15 AM ONL-ZM Mar 01, 2021 Apr 19, 2021
      • ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II
        1 section
        ESL 821 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include writing of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. Included will be instruction in culturally appropriate non-verbal communication, greetings and farewells, basic social skills, school conduct, courtesies, etc. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 22008 (ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 22008
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22008 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 28 12 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 09:00 AM - 11:15 AM ONL-ZM Apr 21, 2021 Jun 07, 2021
      • ESL 824 - ESL for Survival English I
        1 section
        ESL 824 Course Description:
        A short-term intensive course in Survival English for speakers with little or no oral or written English competency. Mainly for learners whose main interest is to learn a level of English that will allow them to marginally function in the U.S. culture. It will teach students the rudiments of English, utilizing such methods as repetitive drills (TPR), songs, dialog repetition, etc.
        • CRN 22012 (ESL 824 - ESL for Survival English I)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 22012
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22012 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 30 10 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 09:00 AM - 11:15 AM ONL-ZM Mar 02, 2021 Apr 20, 2021
      • ESL 825 - ESL for Survival English II
        1 section
        ESL 825 Course Description:
        A short-term intensive course in Survival English and an extension of Engl. 824 - to build on scheme and knowledge gained in Engl. 824. For learners whose main interest is to learn a level of English that will allow them to function in the U.S. culture. It will teach students the rudiments of English, utilizing such methods as generative themes, jazz chants, basic grammar drills, etc.
        • CRN 22015 (ESL 825 - ESL for Survival English II)
          • In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no required real-time or on-campus meetings. All content is delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes available, at any time before the due date. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the term with specific content availability and due dates of coursework, including potential online proctored summative/high-stake assessments, such as a mid-term or final, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site.

          Details for Course 22015
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22015 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 32 8 No Syllabus Available Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture 09:00 AM - 11:15 AM ONL-ZM Apr 22, 2021 Jun 03, 2021
  • Fall 2020 Non Credit
    5 sections
    • English as a Second Language
      5 sections
      • ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I
        1 section
        ESL 820 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include the development of fine motor skills, the ability to follow a line of print from left to right, and the identification of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 12005 (ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12005
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12005 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 35 5 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA ONLINE Sep 01, 2020 Oct 15, 2020
      • ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II
        2 sections
        ESL 821 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include writing of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. Included will be instruction in culturally appropriate non-verbal communication, greetings and farewells, basic social skills, school conduct, courtesies, etc. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 12006 (ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12006
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12006 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 35 5 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA ONLINE Oct 20, 2020 Dec 10, 2020
        • CRN 12022 (ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12022
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12022 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 30 10 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM ONL-ZM Oct 22, 2020 Dec 10, 2020
      • ESL 824 - ESL for Survival English I
        1 section
        ESL 824 Course Description:
        A short-term intensive course in Survival English for speakers with little or no oral or written English competency. Mainly for learners whose main interest is to learn a level of English that will allow them to marginally function in the U.S. culture. It will teach students the rudiments of English, utilizing such methods as repetitive drills (TPR), songs, dialog repetition, etc.
        • CRN 12011 (ESL 824 - ESL for Survival English I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12011
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12011 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 37 3 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA ONLINE Sep 01, 2020 Oct 15, 2020
      • ESL 825 - ESL for Survival English II
        1 section
        ESL 825 Course Description:
        A short-term intensive course in Survival English and an extension of Engl. 824 - to build on scheme and knowledge gained in Engl. 824. For learners whose main interest is to learn a level of English that will allow them to function in the U.S. culture. It will teach students the rudiments of English, utilizing such methods as generative themes, jazz chants, basic grammar drills, etc.
        • CRN 12012 (ESL 825 - ESL for Survival English II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12012
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12012 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 36 4 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion TBA ONLINE Oct 20, 2020 Dec 10, 2020
  • Spring 2020 Non Credit
    5 sections
    • English
      1 section
      • ENGL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics
        1 section
        ENGL 811 Course Description:
        This course is designed to prepare students with the language skills in reading, writing and comprehension to pass the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization exam. Students will be provided with English grammar pronunciation, vocabulary development and basic reading skills. The focus of the instruction will be on the concepts of democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
        • CRN 22002 (ENGL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 22002
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22002 0.00 Castro, Monica 35 23 12 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 05:30 PM - 09:30 PM 200 213 Feb 18, 2020 Apr 07, 2020
    • English as a Second Language
      4 sections
      • ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I
        1 section
        ESL 820 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include the development of fine motor skills, the ability to follow a line of print from left to right, and the identification of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 22006 (ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I)
          Details for Course 22006
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22006 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 21 19 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM 200 212 Mar 02, 2020 Apr 06, 2020
      • ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II
        1 section
        ESL 821 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include writing of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. Included will be instruction in culturally appropriate non-verbal communication, greetings and farewells, basic social skills, school conduct, courtesies, etc. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 22010 (ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II)
          Details for Course 22010
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22010 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 16 24 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM 200 212 Apr 20, 2020 May 27, 2020
      • ESL 824 - ESL for Survival English I
        1 section
        ESL 824 Course Description:
        A short-term intensive course in Survival English for speakers with little or no oral or written English competency. Mainly for learners whose main interest is to learn a level of English that will allow them to marginally function in the U.S. culture. It will teach students the rudiments of English, utilizing such methods as repetitive drills (TPR), songs, dialog repetition, etc.
        • CRN 22012 (ESL 824 - ESL for Survival English I)
          Details for Course 22012
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22012 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 32 8 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3100 3113 Mar 03, 2020 Apr 09, 2020
      • ESL 825 - ESL for Survival English II
        1 section
        ESL 825 Course Description:
        A short-term intensive course in Survival English and an extension of Engl. 824 - to build on scheme and knowledge gained in Engl. 824. For learners whose main interest is to learn a level of English that will allow them to function in the U.S. culture. It will teach students the rudiments of English, utilizing such methods as generative themes, jazz chants, basic grammar drills, etc.
        • CRN 22016 (ESL 825 - ESL for Survival English II)
          Details for Course 22016
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 22016 0.00 Castro, Monica 40 30 10 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 3100 3113 Apr 21, 2020 May 26, 2020
  • Fall 2019 Non Credit
    5 sections
    • English
      1 section
      • ENGL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics
        1 section
        ENGL 811 Course Description:
        This course is designed to prepare students with the language skills in reading, writing and comprehension to pass the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization exam. Students will be provided with English grammar pronunciation, vocabulary development and basic reading skills. The focus of the instruction will be on the concepts of democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
        • CRN 12030 (ENGL 811 - Basic ESL/Civics)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12030
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12030 0.00 Castro, Monica 35 25 10 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 05:30 PM - 09:30 PM 1300 1308 Aug 20, 2019 Oct 08, 2019
    • English as a Second Language
      4 sections
      • ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I
        1 section
        ESL 820 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include the development of fine motor skills, the ability to follow a line of print from left to right, and the identification of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 12021 (ESL 820 - ESL for Beginning Literacy I)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12021
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          OPEN 12021 0.00 Castro, Monica 31 30 1 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 300 304A Sep 04, 2019 Oct 09, 2019
      • ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II
        1 section
        ESL 821 Course Description:
        A course for speakers with little or no oral or written competency and limited L1 literacy. Students will learn literacy skills that will build a foundation for further ESL training or to form a foundation for their ability to operate within the U.S. culture. Literacy skills include writing of alphabetic, numeric, and time symbols. Included will be instruction in culturally appropriate non-verbal communication, greetings and farewells, basic social skills, school conduct, courtesies, etc. This course will provide basic literacy foundation for L2 learners so they may operate in their home and their immediate environment.
        • CRN 12022 (ESL 821 - ESL for Beginning Literacy II)
          • In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a designated physical site. The course meetings occur on scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements.

          Details for Course 12022
          Late Start Class
          Status CRN Units Instructor Cap Act Rem Syllabi Textbooks
          FULL 12022 0.00 Castro, Monica 31 34 -3 View Syllabus / Download Textbooks
          Meeting Type Meeting Dates Times Building Room Start Date End Date
          Meeting Type:Lecture/Discussion 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM 300 304A Oct 14, 2019 Nov 20, 2019