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AVID Summer 2017

AVID for Higher Education is a Saddleback College campus-wide program aimed at increasing the academic and personal skills necessary for student success. AVID-trained professors across disciplines use high engagement instructional strategies to promote a dynamic, interactive learning experience. These classes are open to all students and are part of the Saddleback College student success initiative. For more information about AVID at Saddleback, please follow this link: http://www.saddleback.edu/avid

ACCT 1B - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Introduction to managerial accounting and cost accounting, and statement analysis.
eventMeets from: 6/5/2017 to 8/12/2017

ONLINE

 

45

ONLINE

personP. EDWARDS

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies. To learn more about AVID click here http://www.saddleback.edu/avid. Requires ON CAMPUS PROCTORED FINAL EXAM on either August 11th or 12th (see course syllabus for details). Instruction will be offered via the Internet. Available online 6/05. See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html.

CTVR 1 - MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY
Units: 3
Mass media and technology as they apply to society. Studies media functions, responsibilities, practices, and influences, as well as a study of media law, ethics, history, development, and potential for the future. Designed to increase student awareness of mass media impact in shaping society. Also listed as JRN 1. Credit given in either area, not both.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

T Th

12:00PM - 3:05

30

location_onLRC 164

personJ. WESTCOTT

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies. This class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.

ENG 70 - REASONING AND COLLEGE READING
For students from all academic disciplines who seek to develop logical thinking, critical reading, and argumentative writing skills. Emphasis is on understanding implied meaning and logic and on developing college-level skills in analytical reading and writing (formerly ENG 170).
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

ONLINE

 

30

ONLINE

personJ. VOGEL

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.

ENG 333C - READING SKILLS LABORATORY ADVANCED
Units: 0.5Material Fee: $3
Continue to improve interpretive and applied reading comprehension, specialized vocabulary, spelling, reading rate, and study skills in this individualized lab program. This is the third in a sequence of lab classes and is an open-entry/open-exit class. Offered on a pass/no-pass basis.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

TBA

 

15

location_onLRC 215

personJ. VOGEL

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS

ENG 340 - READING AND WRITING SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
Units: 3
Prepare for college-level work by improving vocabulary, reading comprehension, study skills, and writing.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

12:00PM - 2:50

25

location_onLRC 221

personM. DUFFY

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

T Th

8:30AM - 11:35

25

location_onLRC 221

personJ. VOGEL

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ENG 343 - ACADEMIC READING AND STUDY SKILL FOR CONTENT AREA LAB
Units: 0
Class provides individualized, discipline specific instruction in how to understand, organize and assimilate information in college textbook readings. Students may attend class as needed during any hours that the Academic Reading Center is open. This is an open-entry/open-exit class.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

TBA

 

20

location_onLRC 215

personJ. VOGEL

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS

ESL 323 - BEGINNING PRONUNCIATION
Units: 3
Teaches ESL students to produce sounds and patterns of American English and develop self-confidence in speaking. Oral readings, drills, and free conversation. Not open-entry/open exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

T Th

8:30AM - 11:35

23

location_onLRC 107

personT. FITZ-MAURICE

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ESL 323 - BEGINNING PRONUNCIATION
Units: 0
Teaches ESL students to produce sounds and patterns of American English and develop self-confidence in speaking. Oral readings, drills, and free conversation. Open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

T Th

8:30AM - 11:35

22

location_onLRC 107

personT. FITZ-MAURICE

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ESL 325 - BEGINNING READING AND WRITING
Units: 3
Writing emphasis is on sentences, spelling, and paragraph forms at a high-beginning level. Reading emphasis is on literal comprehension and vocabulary at a high-beginning level. Not open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

6:00PM - 8:50

23

SILHS
(Off Campus)

personF. SCARFONE

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies. Room 23.

ESL 325 - BEGINNING READING AND WRITING
Units: 0
Writing emphasis is on sentences, spelling, and paragraph forms at a high-beginning level. Reading emphasis is on literal comprehension and vocabulary at a high-beginning level. Open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

6:00PM - 8:50

22

SILHS
(Off Campus)

personF. SCARFONE

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies. Room 23.

ESL 344 - IDIOMS AND EXPRESSIONS IN AMERICAN ENGLISH
Units: 3
Advanced vocabulary course introducing the idioms and expressions of American English commonly used by native speakers. Offers extensive oral and written practice with new vocabulary. Not open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

12:00PM - 2:50

23

location_onLRC 105

personT. FITZ-MAURICE

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ESL 344 - IDIOMS AND EXPRESSIONS IN AMERICAN ENGLISH
Units: 0
Advanced vocabulary course introducing the idioms and expressions of American English commonly used by native speakers. Offers extensive oral and written practice with new vocabulary. Open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

12:00PM - 2:50

22

location_onLRC 105

personT. FITZ-MAURICE

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ESL 350 - ESSENTIAL ACADEMIC SKILLS
An advanced academic English course for non-native speakers, developing essential reading comprehension, written communication, and classroom participation skills for college-level work. Not open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

MTWTh

8:30AM - 11:35

15

location_onLRC 147

personD. GOSS

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ESL 350 - ESSENTIAL ACADEMIC SKILLS
An advanced academic English course for non-native speakers, developing essential reading comprehension, written communication, and classroom participation skills for college-level work. Open-entry/open-exit.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

MTWTh

8:30AM - 11:35

15

location_onLRC 147

personD. GOSS

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

HUM 1 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES
Units: 3
A study of philosophical, historical, and literary works that inspire reflection on what it is to be human. Surveys a broad spectrum of creative expression through history.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

9:00AM - 11:50

45

location_onLRC 107

personP. MURRAY

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

ONLINE

 

45

ONLINE

personB. SMITH

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies. This class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.

JRN 1 - MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY
Units: 3
Mass media and technology as they apply to society. Studies media functions, responsibilities, practices, and influences, as well as a study of media law, ethics, history, development, and potential for the future. Designed to increase student awareness of mass media impact in shaping society. Also listed as CTVR 1. Credit given in either area.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

T Th

12:00PM - 3:05

30

location_onLRC 164

personJ. WESTCOTT

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies. This class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.

PHIL 12 - INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
Units: 3
A fundamental introductory course in logic. Provides methods for evaluating arguments as they might occur in a wide variety of fields and endeavors.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

M W

12:00PM - 2:50

45

location_onLRC 108

personD. KELSEY

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This course uses AVID learning strategies.

SPAN 1 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH
Units: 5
Designed to develop the fundamentals of communicative competence in colloquial Spanish. The emphasis is on listening, comprehension and conversational skills. Early reading and writing skills are introduced, as well as fundamental aspects of culture.
eventMeets from: 6/5/2017 to 7/30/2017

ONLINE

 

35

ONLINE

personB. GARCIA LUA

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
descriptionThis class is available as an Internet Class; instruction will be offered via the Internet. Is an online class right for you? Please take this quiz: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/DEquiz.html See class tips for online education at http://www.saddleback.edu/oe/online-class-tips, and course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/student-technical-support/.

SPAN 2 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH
Continues the development of fluency in speaking, reading, writing, and listening begun in SPAN 1.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

MTWTh

2:00PM - 4:25

35

location_onBGS 326

personC. KIHYET

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This Course uses AVID learning strategies.

SPAN 3 - INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
Continues to develop fluency in speaking, reading, writing, and listening in Spanish. Reviews SPAN 1 and 2. Includes selected readings and discussions from poetry, short stories, and essays in Hispanic, and Hispanic-American literature, culture and customs.
eventMeets from: 6/19/2017 to 8/12/2017

MTWTh

6:00PM - 8:25

35

location_onBGS 326

personC. KIHYET

subjectDETAILS
library_booksBOOKS
description This Course uses AVID learning strategies.