Intensive English Language Program (IELP)

ESSENTIAL WRITING
IELP 061 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 0-2 and CaMLA EPT score of 1 to 39; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to develop/improve writing skills at the beginning to low-intermediate level of academic English. Designed for students who have some prior English study, rather than true beginners. The goal is to develop writing skills for general and academic purposes, with emphasis on sentence and paragraph level writing. Students will improve written fluency as well as accuracy in writing, grammar, and vocabulary use.

ESSENTIAL ORAL COMMUNICATION
IELP 062 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: CaMLA EPT score of 1 to 39; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to develop/improve oral communication skills at the beginning to low-intermediate level of academic English. Designed for students who have had some prior English Instruction, rather than true beginners. Students will develop skills and strategies for speaking and comprehending spoken English in general, and informal and formal academic contexts including conversations, small group and class discussion. They will also learn how and/or improve ability to listen actively, speak so others can understand and develop skills to improve communication across cultural boundaries.

ESSENTIAL READING
IELP 063 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: CaMLA EPT score of 1 to 39; or consent of Instructional Unit.

This course is for learners of English language who need to develop/improve reading skills at the beginning to low-intermediate level of academic English. This course meets the needs of students who have had some prior English study, rather than true beginners. The primary goal of this course is to develop reading ability for general and academic reading, and improve comprehension of a range of simple, single and multi-paragraph texts. This course prepares students for IELP 073.

ESSENTIAL INTEGRATED SKILLS
IELP 064 3 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 0-2 and CaMLA EPT score of 1 to 39; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to develop/improve all language skills at the beginning to low-intermediate level of academic English. Meets the needs of students who have had some prior English study, rather than true beginners. The primary goal is to develop/improve English skills, while exploring basic content in units and beginning to utilize learning technology at Clark as well as developing basic problem solving skills.

INTERMEDIATE WRITING
IELP 071 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 3 and CaMLA EPT score of 40-54; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 061; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to improve writing skills at the intermediate level of academic English. Includes review and mastery of skills developed in IELP 061. The goal is to develop writing skills for general and academic purposes, with emphasis on paragraph, short essay, and other short text writing. Students will improve written fluency as well as accuracy in writing, grammar, and vocabulary use. Credit not allowed for both ENL 081 and IELP 071.

INTERMEDIATE ORAL COMMUNICATION
IELP 072 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in IELP 062; CaMLA EPT score of 40-54; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to develop/improve oral communication skills at the intermediate level of academic English. Students will develop skills and strategies to carry out some complex medium-length communication tasks in informal and formal academic contexts including conversations, small group, class discussion and short presentations and will learn how and/or improve ability to listen actively, speak so others can understand and develop skills to improve communication across cultural boundaries. Credit not allowed for both ENL 082 and IELP 072.

INTERMEDIATE READING
IELP 073 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: CaMLA EPT score of 49-54; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 063; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English who need to improve reading skills at the intermediate level of academic English. The primary goal is to develop reading ability for general and academic reading, and improve comprehension of a range of authentic and some modified multi-paragraph texts. Credit not available for both ENL 099A-Reading and IELP 073.

INTERMEDIATE INTEGRATED SKILLS
IELP 074 3 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture

Concurrent enrollment in IELP 071, 072, and 073 required for international program students to maintain credit level unless alternatives are approved by International Programs office.

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 3 and CaMLA EPT score of 40-54; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 064; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to improve all language skills at the intermediate level of academic English. The primary goal is to improve English skills, while exploring academic content, utilizing learning technology and developing problem solving skills.

ADVANCED WRITING
IELP 081 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 4 and CaMla EPT score of 55-64; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 071; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For non-native speakers of English who need to improve writing skills at the advanced level of academic English. Includes review and mastery of skills developed in IELP 071. The goal is to develop writing skills for academic purposes, with emphasis on complex sentences and mid-length texts such as essays and other types of academic writing. Students will improve written fluency as well as accuracy in writing, grammar, and vocabulary use. Credit not allowed for both ENL 091 and IELP 081.

ADVANCED ORAL COMMUNICATION
IELP 082 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in IELP 072; CaMLA EPT score of 55-64; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to develop/improve oral communication skills at the advanced level of academic English. Students will develop skills and strategies to carry out complex extended communication tasks in informal and formal academic contexts (conversation, group discussion, and simple academic informational or persuasive presentations), improve their ability to listen actively, speak so others can understand and develop skills to improve communication across cultural boundaries. Credit not allowed for both ENL 092 and IELP 082.

ADVANCED READING
IELP 083 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: CaMLA EPT score of 55-64; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 073; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to improve reading skills at the advanced level of academic English. The primary is to develop reading ability for general and academic reading and improve comprehension of a range of authentic, basic college-level materials. Credit not allowed for both ENL 099 and IELP 083.

ADVANCED INTEGRATED SKILLS
IELP 084 3 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 4 and CaMLA EPT score of 55-64; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 074; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to improve all language skills at the advanced level of academic English. The primary goal is to develop advanced English skills, while exploring a range of academic content, utilizing learning technology and developing problem solving skills.

UPPER ADVANCED WRITING
IELP 091 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 5 and CaMLA EPT socre of 65-74; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 081; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to improve writing skills at the upper advanced level of academic English. Includes review and mastery of skills developed in IELP 081. The goal is to develop writing skills for academic purposes, with emphasis on complex sentences and mid-length texts such as essays and other types of academic writing. Students will improve written fluency as well as accuracy in writing, grammar and vocabulary use in preparation for transfer into college-level courses.

UPPER ADVANCED ORAL COMMUNICATION
IELP 092 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in IELP 082; CaMLA EPT score of 65-74; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to develop/improve oral communication skills at the upper advanced level of academic English. Students will develop skills and strategies to carry out complex, extended and unstructured communication tasks in informal and formal academic contexts (academic multi-party conversation, group discussion, and simple academic informational or persuasive presentations). Learn how and/or improve ability to listen actively, speak so others can understand and develop skills to improve communication across cultural boundaries in preparation for transfer into college-level courses.

UPPER ADVANCED READING
IELP 093 5 Credits/Units

55 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: CaMLA EPT score of 65-74; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 083; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who need to improve reading skills at the upper advanced level of academic English. The primary goal is to develop reading ability for academic reading, and improve comprehension of a range of authentic, multi-paragraph, multi-page college-level materials in preparation for transfer into college-level courses.

UPPER ADVANCED INTEGRATED SKILLS
IELP 094 3 Credits/Units

33 hours of lecture

Prerequisite: Written assessment score of 5 and CaMLA EPT score of 65-74; a grade of "C" or better in IELP 084; or consent of Instructional Unit.

For learners of English language who want to improve all language skills at the upper advanced level of academic English. The primary goal is to develop upper advanced English skills, while exploring a wide range of college level content, utilizing learning technology and developing problem solving skills in preparation for transfer into college-level courses.