Bellevue Community College
ESL 082 A Level 2
Spring Quarter 2006
Names: Judy Roberts and Jean
130 U R
hours: by appointment
(425) 564-3086, Jean Pauley (425)
E-mail: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday to Friday
Apr. 3- Jun.
15 (No class: Mon. 5/29)
a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
Closure Information: (425) 401-6680
At the end of this quarter,
you will be able to:
- Put words in alphabetical order and put numbers in
- Read everyday words and sound out words you cant read.
- Make a learning goal and write about your progress.
- Spell everyday words correctly.
- Use the BE verb and present continuous correctly.
- Write 3 or 4 sentences about one topic.
- Use sentences and answer questions when speaking and
- Know the difference between a question and a statement. Respond correctly.
- Do what someone asks you to do in simple English.
- Read a short paragraph about life in your community.
- You will need the Stand Out 1 textbook, a
three-ring binder, paper, pens and pencils. Bring everything to class
- Come to class on time.
- Do all homework, and be a good student in class (work
well in groups, ask questions, be polite (nice)
You need to come to class
every time. If you miss 20% (10 days), you will not make progress. When you are sick, call Judy at (425)
564-3086 or Jean at (425) 564-4062. When you leave class and cannot come back,
tell the teacher. It is very important.
Your English must get
better. Come to class. Listen to the teachers. Listen to other
students. Do all the class work and homework. Take the tests at the beginning
and end of the quarter. Practice English out of class. You can stay at this
level for 3 quarters. You must make
progress to stay in class. (No progress = No class next quarter.)
√ + good
work few mistakes
√ - work harder many mistakes
Keep important papers in
your folder. This includes goal sheets, progress papers, and writing.
Circle your attendance every day.
About the Teaching and Learning in Our Class
We learn from each
other. We can help each other. We speak to each other politely (nicely).
We listen to each other carefully. We respect each other even when we have
different ideas. We will use good student behavior in class so that we do
not cause problems with the teacher or other students. We will work hard
and have fun.
Stand Out: Student Book 1. Sabbagh and
Jenkins ISBN 0-8384-2214-4
You can buy your textbook
in the bookstore.
Students attending ESL classes at Bellevue Community College
are expected to make significant and sustained academic progress for their
program and level. If academic progress, as defined in the program, is not met,
students may not continue in the program. Academic progress is determined by
the teachers based on classroom work, tests (including CASAS pre and post
tests), demonstration of competence on performance tasks and attendance.
Students will be informed near the end of the current quarter that they need to
improve their performance or they may not be offered enrollment in future
classes. Students are limited to three quarters at the same level in the
program. Any student who needs an additional quarter must write a request to
the Program Chair. The request must include the reason why additional
time is needed. The program chair will review the request and either
accept or deny it.
Students with verified and documented educational disabilities must demonstrate
the same progress as other students with reasonable accommodations, such as
additional time. Students with disabilities who have accommodation needs are
required to meet with the Disability Support Services (DSS) office, room B233-G
(telephone 425-564-2498 or TTY 425-564-4110), to establish their eligibility