Reading and Vocabulary 1

Course Code: COMX-4011

Course Description

This is a high beginning course designed to not only improve reading proficiency but also increase the appreciation of reading. It teaches language through reading and vocabulary. It is for students who need either to improve or review basic reading and vocabulary skills in English. Word attack skills, phonics, and syllabication are some of the skills that are introduced during the course. In addition, students will learn how to distinguish between a topic, main idea and supporting details as they expand their word recognition and active production of vocabulary. Skimming and scanning, pronoun reference, main ideas and their relationships to supporting ideas will be part of textual analysis. Students will also work with the content of reading passages through discussion and writing exercises that focus on meaning. The objective is to help students prepare for future academic coursework. Combined with credit ESOL-0311.

2019 Spring Semester
Eastview Campus
Jan 22nd - May 16th
TTh @ 6:00 PM - 7:20 PM
7 Seats Avail.
Round Rock Campus
Jan 22nd - May 16th
TTh @ 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
6 Seats Avail.
Northridge Campus
Jan 23rd - May 15th
MW @ 4:30 PM - 5:50 PM
1 Seats Avail.
2019 Summer Semester
Eastview Campus
May 28th - Aug 8th
TTh @ 9:00 AM - 10:55 AM
15 Seats Avail.
Northridge Campus
May 28th - Aug 8th
TTh @ 5:00 PM - 6:55 PM
13 Seats Avail.
Highland Campus
Jun 18th - Aug 8th
TTh @ 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
16 Seats Avail.

* This Course Is Convertible To Credit


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