CLL200 - Customized Language Learning - Advanced

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Subject Title
Customized Language Learning - Advanced

Subject Description
This course is designed to support language learning using a computer based language lab. Students will focus on improving their grammar through editing strategies at the advanced level. The strategies taught will result in increasing their awareness of their grammatical errors and will enable them to continue to improve their writing beyond the duration of the course.

Credit Status
Non credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1. Track advanced grammatical errors to identify individual areas for improvement.
  2. Set individual goals for grammar focus and review.
  3. Apply advanced grammar rules to correct student's individual errors.
  4. Apply advanced grammar rules to improve written communication.


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