ESL (English as a Second Language)
To get started in noncredit ESL classes, students must complete a Prospective Student Information Sheet at LCCC Allentown, then attend a placement testing session after receiving a schedule of test dates.
Foundations of ESL II Transitions
This free program helps students strengthen their use of the English language by offering intensive reading, writing, grammar, speaking, and listening instruction.
ESL 1 (BAS 549) and ESL 2 (BAS 554)
Develop English language skills to succeed in your community, workplace, home, or school. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills are covered. These courses cover beginning to advanced levels.
|BAS 549-11||09/02-10/16||9 am-12 pm||T & R||Allentown||$102|
|BAS 549-13||10/28-12/16||9 am-12 pm||T & R||Allentown||$102|
|BAS 549-13A||10/28-12/16||6 - 9 pm||T & R||Allentown||$102|
|BAS 554-11A||09/03-10/20||6 - 9 pm||M & W||Allentown||$102|
|BAS 554-13||10/27-12/15||9 am-12 pm||M & W||Allentown||$102|
|BAS 554-13A||10/27-12/15||6 - 9 pm||M & W||Alentown||$102|
Speaking Skills for English Language Learners
Improve your conversation skills. This class is for intermediate-level students only. Text is $19.50
Focus on advanced reading, writing, and speaking skills needed at home, at work, and in the community. Text is $35.75
Credit Prep / ESL
Focus on academic English for students who want to prepare for the COMPASS Exam and attend credit ESL classes in the future. Text is $52.25
|BAS 541||T & R||Allentown||$145|
Volunteer as a Tutor in the Career Pathways ESL Program
Help adult students build their reading, writing, math, and language skills. Tutors are needed to work with students at least 3 hours per week. In order to participate, you must attend a tutor orientation and attend periodic training sessions. To be eligible to serve as a tutor, you must have a Bachelor’s Degree or be working towards one. For more information call 610-799-1216 or email email@example.com