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Callaghan, Renee

Senior Lecturer, Center for International Education
Center for International Education (IE) 6
410-677-4683 or ext 74683
rgcallaghansalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • ELI 22-001 ACADEMIC READING II
    This five-level reading series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective readers in English. The focus is on reading strategies, reading comprehension and analysis of a variety of text types. After completing the course series, students should able to read, comprehend and analyze level-appropriate academic texts, narrative prose and descriptive essays. Students should be able to apply appropriate reading strategies, comprehension strategies and prior knowledge, specifically employing reading skills and utilizing vocabulary skills. This course is available twice in a school year – one in the fall and one in the spring – and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 24-002 ACADEMIC READING IV
    This five-level reading series is designed to help non-native speaking students become more effective readers in English. The focus is on reading strategies, reading comprehension and analysis of a variety of text types. After completing the course series, students should able to read, comprehend and analyze level-appropriate academic texts, narrative prose and descriptive essays. Students should be able to apply appropriate reading strategies, comprehension strategies and prior knowledge, specifically employing reading skills and utilizing vocabulary skills. This course is available twice in a school year – one in the fall and one in the spring – and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 32-001 ACADEMIC WRITING II
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.
  • ELI 98-001 WRITING FOR GRAD RESEARCH
    This course is an advanced level course in which non-native speaking students will be guided with well-researched models and provided with plenty of opportunities to practice how to organize their thoughts and communicate them in a scholarly manner in writing. By the end of the course, students will be able to write a publishable paper in their own academic field. This course meets three hours on a weekly basis and is offered in the spring and fall as long as we a cohort of 8 students. This course will only be offered in the fall.

2014 Summer I

  • ELI 33-001 ACADEMIC WRITING III
    This four-level writing series is designed to help non-native speaking students become effective writers in an academic setting. The focus is on academic writing, which includes the mastery of punctuation and grammar structures and editing and revising to improve communication. This course is available twice in a school year and meets three hours every week. Prerequisites: Courses must be taken sequentially. Corequisite: Michigan English Placement Test. Three hours per week.

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