GLOBAL LANGUAGES AND SOCIETY
Welcome to Essential English as a Second Language (ESL) at LAMC!
The purpose of the Essential English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) Program is to offer opportunities for students to begin their ESL experience or develop special skills for personal enrichment. All Essential ESL courses are noncredit and are mostly designed for beginning to intermediate-level English language learners. There are also speaking and pronunciation courses as well as ESL Civics and Job Readiness courses for all levels. Students who need higher-level ESL courses or want to prepare for college or professional-level English should consider the Academic ESL Program.
|Essential ESL Courses (4 Levels)|
ESL NC 009CE – Low Intermediate (12 HRS)
ESL NC 008CE – High Beginning (12 HRS)
ESL NC 007CE – Low Beginning (12 HRS)
For more information or for help with enrollment and registration, please contact Professor Jacob Skelton by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at:
For students who want to improve conversation and pronunciation skills, want to improve basic job-readiness skills, or need help studying for the US Citizenship exam, there are additional noncredit ESL courses available.
|Speaking Skills||Job Readiness Skills||US Citizenship|
|ESL NC 023CE – Speech 1 (Pronunciation) (4 HRS)||BSICSKL 092CE – Job Readiness 101||ESLCVCS 001CE – ESL Civics|
|ESL NC 021CE – Conversation (3 HRS)||BSICSKL 091CE – Job Readiness 100|
For more information on other noncredit courses such as GED prep classes or other Basic Skills courses, please contact the Academic Readiness, Career, and Community Institute.
L. Jacob Skelton, Department Chair
ENGLISH: (818) 293-8795
ESPAÑOL: (818) 538-7850
Phone: (818) 364-7875
Phone: (818) 833-3354
Phone: (818) 364-7693
Myriam Levy, Dept. Vice Chair
Phone: (818) 833-3414
Phone: (818) 833-3423
Richard Lam, Department Secretary
Phone: (818) 364-7722
Phone: (818) 364-7666