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Workshop in Oral Communication for International Students Workshop in English for International Students American Language and Culture, First Session American Language and Culture, Second Session Intensive English and Academic Orientation for Foreign Graduate Students Intensive English and Academic Orientation for Visiting Scholars Learning English on Your Own American Humor Living in the USA Pronunciation Interacting in California's Vineyard Culture Vocabulary and Idiom Working in the USA Oral Presentation Pronunciation and Intonation Writing Academic English Advanced Graduate Writing

EFSLANG 683S

Workshop in Oral Communication for International Students


1-2 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Provides support in the development of listening and speaking skills in English, including academic listening, small group discussion, oral presentation, and intercultural communication. Weekly classroom sessions with individual or small group tutorials. Limited to visiting undergraduates and students in the High School Summer College program.

EFSLANG 683W

Workshop in English for International Students


1-2 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Provides support in the development of English reading and writing skills and vocabulary development for non-natives. Writing assignments are negotiated with the instructor and may include practice in composition, SAT or TOEFL writing, and writing university application essays and statements of purpose. Weekly classroom sessions with individual or small group tutorials. Note: Limited to visiting undergraduates and students in the High School Summer College program.

EFSLANG 687X

American Language and Culture, First Session


3 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Closed enrollment. Intensive English language and U.S. culture program.

Note: Class meets 8/02 - 8/27/2010. Special program: enrollment limited to ALC Program participants: http://efs.stanford.edu/687.html

EFSLANG 687Y

American Language and Culture, Second Session


3 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Closed enrollment. Intensive English language and U.S. culture program. Note: Class meets 8/02 - 8/27/2010. Enrollment limited to ALC Program participants: http://efs.stanford.edu/687.html

EFSLANG 688

Intensive English and Academic Orientation for Foreign Graduate Students


6 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Goal is to prepare incoming international graduate students for full-time study. Academic orientation and instruction in academic writing, listening, discussion, oral presentation, and spoken usage. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010. Separate application required: http://efs.stanford.edu/688.html

EFSLANG 688V

Intensive English and Academic Orientation for Visiting Scholars


5 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Goal is to improve English proficiency and introduce the university environment. Writing, pronunciation, listening, discussion, oral presentation, and spoken usage. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010. Separate application required: http://efs.stanford.edu/688v.html

EFSLANG 689E

Learning English on Your Own


1 unit

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Independent English language learning. Learning strategies and objectives, setting and maintaining practice schedules, and evaluating progress. Focus is on exploiting web-based resources. Individual meetings. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010.

EFSLANG 689H

American Humor
1 unit

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Analysis of jokes, humorous stories, and situations through modern media. Practice in advanced listening comprehension and English idioms.

Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010.

EFSLANG 689L

Living in the USA


1 unit

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Life and relationships outside the University classroom. Goal is to familiarize international students with the cultural expectations and forms of language use in a variety of situations in the University community and in other social situations. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010.

EFSLANG 689P

Pronunciation
2 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu The sounds of English, and stress, intonation, and rhythm patterns important to natural-sounding speech. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010.

EFSLANG 689T

Interacting in California's Vineyard Culture


1 unit

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Focuses on communicative skills in the context of California's renowned wine culture. Emphasis on the language of wine using appropriate terminology, and interacting knowledgeably with restaurant and retail wine staff. Topics include learning the fundamentals of vineyard techniques, varietal characteristics, tasting techniques, drinking and ordering etiquette. Course is cotaught by a wine expert and an ESL instructor. Class consists of a short interactive lecture, a communicative activity such as role playing, and a tasting of four specially selected wines. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010. Participants must be at least 21 years old. Fee.

EFSLANG 689V

Vocabulary and Idiom


1 unit

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Building vocabulary for academic success. Idiomatic language, and what idioms and metaphors reflect about American culture. Note: Class meets 7/02 - 8/13/2010.

EFSLANG 689W

Working in the USA


1 unit

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu

The language and culture of the workplace. Goal is to familiarize international students with the cultural expectations of situations in the business setting and in social situations related to business. Note: Class meets 702 - 8/13 2010.

EFSLANG 691

Oral Presentation
3 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu For advanced graduate students. Practice in academic presentation skills; strategy, design, organization, and use of visual aids. Focus is on improving fluency and delivery style, with videotaping for feedback on language accuracy and usage. Note: Intended for current graduate students.

EFSLANG 695A

Pronunciation and Intonation


3 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Recognition and practice of American English sounds, stress, and intonation patterns for greater comprehension and intelligibility. Analysis of problem areas. Biweekly tape assignments and tutorials. Note: Intended for current graduate students.

EFSLANG 698A

Writing Academic English


3 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Strategies and conventions for graduate writing. Emphasis is on fluency, organization, documentation, and appropriateness for writing tasks required in course work. Note: Intended for current graduate students.

EFSLANG 698B

Advanced Graduate Writing


3 units

Time: see http://axess.stanford.edu Focus on clarity, accuracy, and appropriate style. For graduate students experienced in English writing and currently required to write for courses and research. Class meetings and individual conferences. Prerequisite: EFSLANG 698A. Note: Intended for current graduate students.

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