English Language Institute

Graduate Course Listings

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  • ELI 715: Advanced Speaking &Listening Comprehension

    Instruction and practice in understanding classroom lectures and discussions are provided. In addition, students work on improving their pronunciation and their ability to express complex ideas in both classroom discussions and formal oral presentations. This course is offered in the fall and spring semesters and provides 1-4 credit hours towards full-time status.

    PREREQUISITE: To enroll you must take the English Language Skills Assessment, given the week before classes begin, and be recommended for this course.

  • ELI 720: Advanced English as a Second Language

    This course is for students who have a basic command of English but whose skills still need improvement. There is a strong emphasis on writing, but this course also provides opportunities for practice in reading, speaking and listening. This course is offered in the fall and spring semesters and provides 1-4 credit hours towards full-time status.

    PREREQUISITE: To enroll you must take the English Language Skills Assessment, given the week before classes begin, and be recommended for this course.

  • ELI 725: Oral Communication for Professional Purposes

    This course is designed for graduate students who are potential teaching assistants, doctoral candidates, and other graduate students who need to improve their oral communication skills for use in a variety of educational and professional settings. Emphasis on development of accurate pronunciation and cross-cultural communication strategies as well as such skills as presenting information effectively, facilitating discussions and giving formal presentations. This course is offered during the spring semester and provides 1-4 credit hours towards full-time status.

  • GRD 575: Developing International Scholars

    This course is specifically for international teaching assistants to further develop their pronunciation and communication skills in the instructional setting. They will learn to self-monitor their use of English as well as improve specific individual aspects of the speech act such as word and sentence stress, rhythm, intonation and sounds. Scholars will also practice functional aspects of English needed to create a clear learning environment for the purpose of communicating with English-speaking students and colleagues. This is not a credit-bearing course.

    PREREQUISITE: You must be an International teaching assistant.

 

 

ELI Office Information

Old Champlain 310
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
U.S.A. 

Telephone: (607) 777-2320
E-mail:nrounds@binghamton.edu

ELI Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 
07:30 a.m. - 04:00 p.m.
(Closed for lunch)

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Last Updated: 3/1/17