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There are four levels in the EAP Program: ELI905/CLB5, ELI906/CLB6, ELI907/CLB7, ELI908/CLB8. Assessment will be done according to Canadian Language Benchmarks. Each level is considered to be a single course, equivalent to five regular courses. Each level will address all the skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) and all the competencies (discourse competence, strategies for learning, sociolinguistic and sociocultural competence, plus linguistic competence).
ELI905 -- English for Academic Purposes, CLB5 -- 15 hours
Students will work on basic skills for success in English, focusing on everyday language.
ELI906 -- English for Academic Purposes, CLB6 -- 15 hours
Students will work on developing intermediate skills for success in English, focusing on natural language.
ELI907 -- English for Academic Purposes, CLB7 -- 15 hour
Students will work on improving intermediate skills for success in English, focusing on academic language.
ELI908 -- English for Academic Purposes, CLB8 -- 15 hours
Students will work on polishing their skills for success in English, focusing on advanced academic language.
ELI910 -- English for Academic Purposes Tutorship -- 3 hours
Note: Students who successfully complete CLB8 in the EAP program can receive nine (9) credits for Providence University College or three (3) credits for Providence Theological Seminary. This is in recognition of the academic effort in learning another language. Course numbers assigned to these credits are at the discretion of the Registrar.
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