PACE Learning Community
The Proficiency in American Culture and English (PACE) Learning Community is designed for nonnative speakers of English to help them accelerate through to ENGL 100/105. PACE students enroll as a group in a set sequence of classes that focus on English composition, grammar and American history.
Students can expect additional support from instructors, information about programs, services and how to transfer, and a designated ESOL Counselor.
Course Sequence for PACE
|Please consult with your Counselor to receive more information on where to begin your
PACE Learning Community experience.
|Semester 1||Semester 2||Semester 3||Semester 4|
|ESOL 840 & ESOL 854||ESOL 400 & ESOL 875||ENGL 105 & COMM 110||ENGL 110 & HIST 235|
Spring 2018 Schedule of PACE Courses
|Linked Courses||Day & Time
||Professor||CRNs for Registration||Total Units|
|ESOL 875: Advanced ESL Grammar & Editing||MWF 10:10 - 11:00am||Chu-Mraz, Serena||45678 (linked with ESOL 400)||8|
|ESOL 400: English Composition for Nonnative Speakers||MWF 11:10 - 12:35pm||Chu-Mraz, Serena||45670 (linked with ESOL 875)|
|ENGL 105: Intensive Composition & Reading||MWF 9:35 - 11:00am||Struss, Erinn||45701 (linked with COMM 110)||8|
|COMM 110: Public Speaking||MWF 11:10 - 12:00pm||Schram, Arielle||30772 (linked with ENGL 105)|
|ENGL 110: Composition, Literature & Critical Thinking||TR 9:35 - 10:50am||Fredericks, Taylor||39968 (recommended with HIST 235)||3
|HIST 235: History of Ethnic Groups in the United States||TR 11:10 - 12:25pm||Popal, Mustafa||45013 (recommended with ENGL 110)|