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AESĀ 107 Low Intermediate Reading/Writing Core for Nonnative Speakers

Faculty: Barritt, Brooks, Groth, McCormick, Morgan, Olson, Vorholt
Content: English language study, 10 hours/week. Reading component focusing on strategies, vocabulary expansion, and critical thinking through intensive reading exercises and extensive reading of adapted literary sources. Writing component focusing on sentence, paragraph, and essay structure. Sentence variety, punctuation, grammar, and process writing emphasized. Introduction to a variety of rhetorical patterns.
Prerequisites: English proficiency exam.
Restrictions: Credits do not count toward graduation.
Usually offered: Annually, fall, spring, and summer.
Semester credits: 4-8.

Academic English Studies

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...intermediate courses, AES 101 Low intermediate Reading for Nonnative Speakers through AES 107 Low Intermediate...

General Education Requirements

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...required, or obtain an AES deferral must take...CORE 106 and CORE 107 --in their first...