class is three quarters: fall, winter, and spring.You can stay at Level 2 for three
quarters.You must make progress to
move to the next level.Progress
is measured by:
during class time.
all homework within one week
weekly tests and take tests at the end of the quarter
miss more than 8 days of class.
When you are sick call Jessica
at 425-564-2266 (1).
you must stop class tell the teacher.It is very important.
your book at the BCC bookstore in Building B.
The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary, Cramer, Margot F.ISBN: 019-434468-1
Bring to class
Your Basic Oxford Picture
A 3-ring binder,
paper, and a pencil.
from each other.Help each other.Speak to each other nicely.Listen to each other carefully.Respect each other even when you have
different ideas.Behave well and do not
cause trouble for the teacher or other students.Work hard and have fun.
will use these numbers on your work.
= Very good.No mistakes.
= Good work.A few mistakes.
= Study more.Some
= Study every day.Many
letters, personal information words, dates, time, money amounts,
signs, sight words, and simple sentences
upper and lower case
letters, recognize and write consonants, fill in forms with
personal information, write simple statements
to common words, expressions, and questions, follow simple directions recognize consonants and their sounds
simple words, phrases, and non-verbal behavior to communicate needs and
wants, ask for and answer personal information questions, pronounce consonant
sounds in familiar words
attending ESL classes at BellevueCommunity 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.
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 425-5654-2498 or TTY
425-564-4110), to establish their eligibility for accommodation.The DSS office will provide each eligible
student with an accommodation letter.Students who require accommodation in class must review the DSS
accommodation letter with each instructor during the first week of the quarter.Students with mobility challenges who may
need assistance in case of an emergency situation or evacuation should register
with Disability Support Services, and review those needs with the instructor as