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ESL/GED

ESL: BEGINNING
For beginning ESL students who want to learn to speak, read and write English with an emphasis on life & job readiness skills. Required text approx. $20.
Course: 0074. Fee: $110. Seven Tuesdays and seven Thursdays, Oct. 8-Nov. 21, 7-8:30, CHS, room D108. To register for this class click here.

ESL: INTERMEDIATE
Sharpen your speaking, listening and writing skills in a relaxed environment. Language games and engaging partner and group activities help you perfect grammar and practice conversation. Get ready to move around the room, interact with your classmates and become more confident English speakers! For students beyond the beginner level. Required text approx. $22.
Course: 0075. Fee: $87. Ten Thursdays, Sept. 26-Dec. 5 (skip Nov. 28), 7:30-9pm, CHS, room D112. To register for this class click here.

ESL: CONVERSATION & WRITING
Advanced ESL students can debate, write and discuss topics in English. Emphasis on conversation with an analysis of sentence structure. Take part in speaking games where real life situations are re-created and engage in pair and/or group writing. 
Course: 0076. Fee: $82. Ten Tuessdays, Sept. 24-Dec. 3 (skip Nov. 26), 8-9:15pm, CHS, room A136. To register for this class click here.

ACCENT REDUCTION
Non-native students wishing to increase the clarity and accuracy of their speech will practice standard American English pronunciation, stress, intonation and rhythm through the use of conversation, oral readings and skits. Bring tape recorder or your smartphone. 
Course: 0073. Fee: $82. Eight Thursdays, Oct. 3-Nov. 21, 7-9pm, SOMS, room 101. Required text and CD approx. $45. To register for this class click here.

 

FREE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) (MORNING)
Goals: Communication, life and job readiness skills. 
 
REGISTRATION FOR FREE MORNING ESL CLASSES: 
Tuesday, September 17
9am
Hilton Library
1688 Springfield Avenue, Maplewood
 
Morning Class Time and Location:
Hilton Branch Library, 1688 Springfield Avenue, Maplewood
 
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-11:30am for 12 weeks.
 
For more information, call Cathy Garea at (973) 378-7620
 

FREE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) (EVENING)
Goals: Communication, life and job readiness skills, preparation for citizenship exam; some classes include an introduction to computers. 
 
REGISTRATION:
Tuesday, September 17 
6pm (be prepared to stay for 2 hrs)
Columbia High School, 
17 Parker Avenue, Maplewood
 
Please bring:
Original identification documents
Pen or pencil
NO children
Registration Fee $20* (classes are free).
 
Tuesdays and Thursdays for twelve weeks, 6:45-9:15pm, Columbia High School
 
These ESL classes are funded through a federal grant directed by the NJ Department of Labor through the Essex County College Consortium. For more information, call Cathy Garea at (973) 378-7620
 
 

FREE PRE-GED AND GED EXAM PREPARATION (EVENING)
Goals: Improve reading, writing & math skills to prepare for the GED exam; and receive an introduction to computers. We are not a testing center.
 
REGISTRATION:
Tuesday, September 17
6:30pm (be prepared to stay for 2 hrs)
Columbia High School, 
17 Parker Avenue, Maplewood
 
Please bring:
Registration Fee — $20*
Original identification documents
Pen or pencil
NO children
Registration Fee $20* (classes are free). Tuesdays and Thursdays for twelve weeks, 6:45-9:15pm, Columbia High School
 
These evening GED classes are funded through a federal grant directed by the NJ Department of Labor through the Essex County College Consortium. For more information, call Cathy Garea at (973) 378-7620
*classes are free, but there is a fee to register.

GED MATH & READING/WRITING PREP CLASSES:

This class is for students who have been closed out of the state-funded GED Prep classes or for those students who just wish to improve their math and/or reading skills. You can take both the math and reading classes or just one or the other. REGISTRATION is Tuesday, Sept. 24 and/or Thursday Sept. 26 at 7pm at CHS in room D110. No online registration. You must come on one of those nights. 

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