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  • English Language Institute

    Part-Time Catalog

    SUMMER 2015

    www.manhattanville.edu/ELI

    MANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE

    ELI@mville.edu

    (914)323-5271

  • Table of Contents Course List Pages 1 - 2 Course Descriptions, Dates and Fees General Courses Pages 3-4 Intensive (IEP) Courses Pages 5-6 Special Tuition Offers for Intensive Classes Pages 7-8

    Weekend Courses Pages 9-10 Important Information Refund Policies Page 11 Registration Fees and Important Dates Page 12 Information for Au Pairs Page 13 Frequently Asked Questions Page 14 Directions to Manhattanville and the ELI Page 15 Placement Test For General Classes Pages 16-22 Registration Forms Last 2 Pages *Separate forms for Summer I and Summer II*

    English Language Institute, Manhattanville College 2900 Purchase Street, Purchase, NY 10577

    Phone: (914) 323-5271 Fax: (914) 694-5725 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-4pm

    email: eli@mville.edu http://www.mville.edu/eli

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    Summer I 2015 Course List May 19 June 24*, 2015 *Check course descriptions carefully for the EXACT class dates

    SUMMER I REGISTRATION STARTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th

    Summer I Early Bird Registration Fee of $20 for registrations received by 4pm Tuesday, May 5th

    All registrations received after May 5th are $50, no exceptions

    *

    Course No. Sec. Course Title Day Time

    DAYTIME COURSES

    ELI 1031 01 INTENSIVE CONVERSATION M/W/R 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 1030 01 INTENSIVE GRAMMAR M/W/R 11:05AM-12:30PM ELI 1032 01 INTENSIVE WRITING T/F 11:05AM-12:30PM ELI 1033 01 INTENSIVE READING T/F 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 1034 01 INTENSIVE TOEFL PREPARATION M/R 1:20PM-2:50PM ELI 1035 01 INTENSIVE ESL THRU AMERICAN CULTURE T/F 1:20PM-2:50PM ELI 3216 01 OF MICE & MEN: Moral Ambiguity. (IEP COURSE) T/F 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 3218 01 TOPICS IN X- CULTURAL SOCIOLOGY (IEP COURSE) T/F 1:20PM-2:50PM ELI 2323 01 BUSINESS ENGLISH: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING & ADVERTISING T/F 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 2329 01 BUSINESS BUZZ: WHATS HAPPENING? LETS DISCUSS! W 9:30AM-12:30PM ELI 2171 01 TOEFL PREPARATION: LISTENING, STRUCTURE & READING W 9:30AM-12:30PM EVENING COURSES

    ELI 2645 02 GRAMMAR & CONVERSATION 5 & 6 T/R 7:30PM-9:00PM

    WEEKEND COURSES (See Pages 9-10 for Summer I weekend course information) ELI 2416 04 AMERICAN POP CULTURE (40 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU MAY 30 & 31 9:00AM-5:00PM ELI 2816 04 AMERICAN POP CULTURE (20 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU MAY 30 & 31 9:00AM-5:00PM BUSINESS ENGLISH: ELI 2419 04 UNDERSTANDING CUSTOMER BEHAVIOR (40 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JUNE 6 & 7 9:00AM-5:00PM BUSINESS ENGLISH: ELI 2819 04 UNDERSTANDING CUSTOMER BEHAVIOR (20 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JUNE 6 & 7 9:00AM-5:00PM EDUCATION IN AMERICA: ELI 2432 04 FACT & FICTION THROUGH FILM (40 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JUNE 13 & 14 9:00AM-5:00PM EDUCATION IN AMERICA: ELI 2832 04 FACT & FICTION THROUGH FILM (20 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JUNE 13 & 14 9:00AM-5:00PM ELI 2443 04 THE REAL YOU (40 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JUNE 20 & 21 9:00AM-5:00PM ELI 2843 04 THE REAL YOU (20 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JUNE 20 & 21 9:00AM-5:00PM

    DAYS: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, SAT- Saturday, SU-Sunday

    THERE ARE NO CLASSES ON MONDAY, MAY 25th (MEMORIAL DAY)

    Fewer courses are scheduled during the summera full schedule will return in September Fall I begins the week of September 7th; Fall II begins the week of October 26th

    For a Fall catalog (available late spring/early summer) email your name & mailing address to eli@mville.edu

    SUMMER I CLASSES BEGIN AS FOLLOWS: Intensive (IEP) classes begin Thursday, May 21st and end Tuesday, June 23rd Wednesday only class (9:30am 12:30pm, 1 class meeting/week) begins on Wednesday, May 20th

    and end on Wednesday, June 24th Tues/Fri and Tues/Thurs General classes begins on Tuesday, May 19nd and end Tuesday, June 23rd

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    Summer II 2015 Course List July 9 Aug 4, 2015

    SUMMER II REGISTRATION STARTS WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th

    Summer II Early Bird Registration Fee of $20 for registrations received by 4pm Friday, June 19th

    All registrations received after June 19th are $50, no exceptions

    Course No. Sec. Course Title Day Time DAYTIME COURSES ELI 1031 01 INTENSIVE CONVERSATION M/W/R 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 1030 01 INTENSIVE GRAMMAR M/W/R 11:05AM-12:30PM ELI 1032 01 INTENSIVE WRITING T/F 11:05AM-12:30PM ELI 1033 01 INTENSIVE READING T/F 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 1034 01 INTENSIVE TOEFL PREPARATION M/R 1:20PM-2:50PM ELI 1035 01 INTENSIVE ESL THRU AMERICAN CULTURE T/F 1:20PM-2:50PM ELI 3220 01 TWELVE ANGRY MEN: JUSTICE IN SOCIETY (IEP COURSE) T/F 9:30AM-10:55AM ELI 3219 01 CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE USA (IEP COURSE) T/F 1:20PM-2:50PM WEEKEND COURSES (See Page 10 for Summer II weekend course information) ELI 2412 04 AMERICAN STUDIES THROUGH FILM (40 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JULY 11 & 12 9:00AM-5:00PM ELI 2812 04 AMERICAN STUDIES THROUGH FILM (20 HRS CREDIT) SAT, SU JULY 11 & 12 9:00AM-5:00PM

    DAYS: M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, SAT- Saturday, SU-Sunday

    Fewer courses are scheduled during the summera full schedule will return in September Fall I begins the week of September 7th; Fall II begins the week of October 26th

    For a Fall catalog (available late spring/early summer) email your name & mailing address to eli@mville.edu

    Certificates for each ELI course are given at the end of each

    session.

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    General Course Descriptions, Dates & Fees

    Business English: International Marketing & Advertising This course focuses on familiarizing students with current theories, concepts and practices in international marketing and advertising. A variety of multi-media materials will be used to introduce key language points, useful phrases and strategies. In this lively interactive class students will have the opportunity to participate in role plays, group activities, and class presentations.

    Levels: 7, 8, or 9 (Low Advanced Advanced)

    Sec. 1 Tues & Fri 9:30 am 10:55 am

    ELI 2323 Summer I May 19 June 23 $165 (This course is scheduled for Summer I only) ____________________________________________

    Grammar and Conversation 5-6 (Evening Course)

    In this course, students will review and improve their English grammar through exercises and readings and their conversation skills through various classroom activities that may include class discussions, television shows, and songs. Students should take the placement test at the back of the book before registering for this course.

    Levels: 5-6 (High Intermediate)

    Sec. 2 Tues & Thurs 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    ELI 2645 Summer I May 19 June 23 $165 (This course is scheduled for Summer I only) ____________________________________________

    Business Buzz: Whats Happening? Lets Discuss!

    Controversial decisions, latest news, key players - do you know what's happening in the business world as reported in the American media? We take a look at some of the latest issues affecting US businesses as well as those hot topic headlines with international/global reach.

    To be successful in the business world, you need to know whats happening around you. Join this interesting, informative, interactive class for practice in listening and speaking intelligently and effectively about some of the latest business issues.

    Topics & Activities may include: highlighting key players in the business world; controversial business decisions; business news through an international lens; pair and group discussions; debates; presentations.

    Levels: 7, 8 or 9 (Low Advanced Advanced)

    Sec. 1 Wednesday 9:30 am 12:30 pm

    ELI 2329 Summer I May 20 June 24 $165 (This course is scheduled for Summer I only) ____________________________________________

    Certificates for each ELI course are given at the end of

    each session.

    AU PAIRS All General Courses are worth 20

    hours per session toward your education requirement. Please check with your au pair agency

    for exact information about required hours & credits. See

    page 13 for more information.

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    GENERAL CLASSES for TOEFL TEST PREPARATION

    Learn test-taking strategies for both the Institutional TOEFL (ITP paper-based) and the newer iBT (Internet based TOEFL). This course focuses on listening, structure (grammar), and reading comprehension. Students will practice techniques and strategies for the more rigorous listening and reading comprehension sections of the iBT, along with practice for the structure section of the ITP. In addition, preparing for the new iBT, note-taking techniques will be covered. The text used will be an iBT textbook; supplementary materials will be used for the structure portion of the course. Included in the cost of this course is an Institutional TOEFL test. Levels: 6, 7, 8, or 9 (High IntermediateAdvanced) Sec. 1 Wednesdays 9:30 am - 12:30 pm ELI 2171 Summer I May 20 June 24 $195 (This course is scheduled for Summer I only)

    IMPORTANT TOEFL PREPARATION INFORMATION: An Institutional TOEFL (ITP - a paper based TOEFL) test is administered at the ELI at the end of each session. The i