Our main goal is to help students at Rose who are non-native speakers of English be successful in their course work here.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
Rose State College in Oklahoma City will offer the free workshops, which begin September 3, on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday mornings, afternoons and evenings. Instruction will be one-on-one and students can begin at any level and work at their own pace.
“Our main goal is to help students at Rose who are non-native speakers of English be successful in their course work here,” said ESL humanities professor Antoinette Castillo. “However, we also welcome high school students preparing for future college admission and other members of the greater Oklahoma City community who simply wish to improve their English language skills.”
Students can choose to focus on instruction among the areas of Verb Tense Use, Article Use, Vocabulary, Idioms, Reading, Pronunciation, Advanced Grammar, Listening, Diction, Academic Writing Conventions, or TOEFL preparation.
Students may attend just one or as many sessions in a week as they wish.
For more information and for specific meeting times, go to http://www.rose.edu/esl, or contact instructors Antoinette Castillo at 405- 733-7498 tcastillo(at)rose(dot)edu, or Chris Knox at 405-733-7386 cknox(at)rose(dot)edu.