Advanced Discussion

Bring your English speaking and listening skills to the next level

About the Advanced Discussion course:

This course is designed to work on advanced level speaking and listening skills through the study of discussion and discussion strategies.  In this class, you will:

  • analyze grammar points to help aid with communication
  • create logical argument and critical thinking skills
  • gain confidence while speaking in a formal/informal situation
  • develop impromptu responses that are organized coherently
  • catch the main idea of the speaker, take notes and paraphrase
  • lead and participate in group discussions
  • appropriately debate issues in groups through Q&A

Who should take the Advance Discussion class?

Any student who tests into Level 4 ESL or higher who wants higher level ESL study to either function better in a business communicative setting or who wants extended higher level English study in preparation for communicative settings at the technical or community college or university. 

Click here to view a schedule of classes and prices.

To enroll in an advanced or elective ESL course visit the Language Learning Center at the Emily Griffith Campus for a free assessment test to determine if you are ready for the program.  We are located at 1860 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203, Room 426.  Or call 720-423-4750 for more information.

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