GRAMMAR REVIEW 2 Instructor: SALLY COCCO
Winter 2012 Jan 10 – March 20
T/TH 10:30 – 12:20am firstname.lastname@example.org
Room B120 No class 1/31 and 3/1
This class is for foreign students who have already studied English in their native countries, and who wish to review the basics of the English language.
LEVEL TWO: This course is designed for intermediate and advanced students. The course will use the text UNDERSTANDING AND USING ENGLISH GRAMMAR with Answer Key, 4th edition by B.S. Azar and Stacy Hagan. (ISBN 0-13-233331-7) The text is available in the BCC Bookstore. In Level Two we expect to cover such topics as:
- adjective clauses
- noun clauses
- verb tenses as necessary
- passive voice as necessary
Homework will be given every lesson. The purpose of homework is practice; it is a chance for you to experiment with and attempt to use the structures we study. Homework is not supposed to be perfect, but it is necessary!
Participation is important. You may be asked to work with partners or in groups. Asking question is also very important because it helps your classmates and makes the class more interesting. REMEMBER - there is no such thing as a stupid question!!!
Certificates will be given out at the end of the quarter to students who attend 75% of the class sessions.
Emergency closure: 425 401-6680 or check:
***If you need special accommodation because of a disability and need special arrangements in case of emergency evacuation, please let me know as soon as possible. If you would like to inquire about becoming a DRC student, you may call (425) 564-2498 or you may go to the Disability Resource Center office in room B132.
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I hope you enjoy this class and learn a lot!!