St. Clair College Continuing Education (Windsor) is now an IELTS Canada Information Centre. For assistance registering for an upcoming IELTS test date, please visit our office in Room 161 at the South Campus, 2000 Talbot Rd. W.
The following workshop is designed to help non-native speakers of English prepare for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test. Course scheduling has been arranged with upcoming Windsor IELTS test dates in mind.
IELTS INTENSIVE PREPARATION
This intensive preparation workshop is designed to refine candidates’ skills required to succeed on either the IELTS Academic or General Training Test. Our qualified instructors will help you review the IELTS structure and polish your test-taking strategies. Know what to expect and engage in helpful practice before attempting the test.
Windsor 050 3173 May 11-Jun 29, Sat, 1:30P-4:30P $249.50 (tuition $220.80, HST $28.70)
The cost of the test is $200.00 CDN per student (fee subject to change). Contact the Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County at 519-255-1127 ext. 135 to schedule a test. Students should arrange to write the test at least 4-6 weeks prior to program start. Contact St. Clair College Continuing Education, 519-972-2711 for details.
INTRODUCTORY FRENCH LANGUAGE I
Some structures covered include: French alphabet, adjectives, greetings; verbs to be, to have, to go; asking questions, negative form of verbs; definite and indefinite articles, numbers 1 to 50; use of prepositions when answering the question “where is?”; questions using “inversion” with or without interrogative adverbs; “stress” pronouns; imperative mood; regular “er” and “ir” verbs; days, months, seasons, the date; interrogative adjectives “which” and “what”. Text extra.
Windsor 050 2078 May 6-Jun 17 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
Windsor 051 2077 Jul 8-Aug 14 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
INTRODUCTORY FRENCH LANGUAGE II
Some structures covered at this level; verbs ending in “ir” and “re”; verbs to come, to be able, to want, to have to; telling time; expressions: to be on time, to be early and to be late; possessive adjectives; where, when, how, and why; future form of “to go” plus an infinitive; asking and giving directions; demonstrative adjectives: this, these etc; the recent past using “venir de”; the partitive article; relative pronouns “qui” and “que”; clothing articles. Pre-Requisite: FRC 100N or FRC 595. Text extra.
Windsor 050 2079 May 7-Jun 13 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
Windsor 051 2080 Jul 9-Aug 15 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
INTRODUCTORY SIGN LANGUAGE I
Development of American Sign Language skills and introduction of grammatical structures is the focus of this course. Emphasis will be placed on vocabulary and comprehension skills. The enrichment of Deaf Culture and community studies will be incorporated into the curriculum. Text extra.
Windsor 050 2090 May 7-Jun 13 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
This is an introductory course to the Spanish language in a student-centered setting which emphasizes a communicative learning approach. In this course, the essential language skills--listening, speaking, reading, writing--will be developed simultaneously. In the classroom, students will engage in a variety of interactive and communicative activities which will further the required practice to learn the language. During this course, students will also be introduced to various aspects of the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. Text extra.
Windsor 050 2091 May 7-Jun 13 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
Windsor 051 2092 Jul 9-Aug 15 Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00
This course is a continuation of Basic Spanish I and introduces the student to a more extensive analysis and understanding of grammar, structure, usage and fluency. Confidence and grasp of the language structure will be built through conversation on topics of daily life. Pre-Requisite: GNR 1SPANIS or LBS 147. Text extra.
Windsor 050 2093 May 6-Jun 17 Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:30P $336.00