ACADEMIC WRITING FOR TEENS Ages 14 to 17 only This course is designed for students in Secondary IV and V from French high schools who are thinking of applying to an English Cegep in the future. The emphasis will mainly be on reading and writing, with many activities to improve spelling, grammar, and sentence structure. Students will be expected to write book reports and keep a journal. They will be introduced to the Vanier College English Admission Test, which they may be asked to write as part of the Cegep Application Process. Students should have intermediate speaking skills or higher; this is not a course for beginners.
If you have a friends or family from another country that would like to register for this program, you may reg- ister on their behalf. Please come to room B-228 from 9:00-5:00pm to obtain more information.
AUTUMN 2009 September 8 – October 9 September 8 – November 13 (no class October 12) September 8 – December 18 (no class October 12)
October 3 to December 12 (no class October 10) Sat. 9:00am - 1:00pm (40 hours)
October 13 – December 18
November 16 – December 18
LATE START DATES
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES This intensive non-credit program is designed for people who wish to improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. There will be a placement test on the first day of class. Students follow textbooks from the “North Star” series, depending on their level. There is regular testing of the material, and students are expected to complete homework assignments, write book reports, and prepare for weekly oral presentations. Each level takes 10 weeks to complete. A Certificate of Achievement is awarded at the end of each level. Students who complete more than 10 weeks will begin the next level.
Please contact the Language School for details: Telephone: 514-744-7897 • Fax: 514-744-7952 Email: email@example.com www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/languageschool