“IT’S NOT HOW YOU START IT’S HOW YOU FINISH!!” How to Read the Schedule of Classes Course Title Course Name & No. Must be complete prerequisite before enrolling in this class Section number Corse units ENGLISH 21 -- ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) – 3 units Prerequisites: Developmental Communications 21 & 23 or ESL 6A and 6B, or appropriate placement recommendation based on assessment results and other multiple measures. It introduces the students to the fundamentals of academic reading, writing, and thinking. Students develop reading comprehension by studying literary, expository and technical essays, which also provide the subjects of their essays. Basic grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, as well as diction are taught. 0919 Evening classes in bold Means course is non degree applicable (NDA) 8:00 – 10:30 MTWTH AB PRINCE LL 102 6:30 – 9:00 MTWTH M ROBERTS LL110 Evening Classes 4020 Building & room number Transferability symbol ENGLISH 101 – COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (UC:CSU) – 3 UNITS Class time Prerequisite: English 28 or 31 with a grade of “C” or better, or appropriate placement recommendation based on assessment results and other multiple measures. Exercises are provided for the student in the writing of college level compositions and the process of careful critical analysis of college-level readings. 0913 10:40 – 1:10 MW (8 Week Class – Starts 4/3/2006, Ends 6/5/2006) Designates a short-term class Day(s) class meets S TURNER Course description LL 213 Class instructor’s name 1.Meet with a counselor to determine which classes to take 2.Review the “schedule of classes” and pick the days and time you want to take your classes 3. The “schedule of classes” will be divided into course disciplines and look like the picture above 4.Please review this document so you will know how to read the “schedule of classes” Time to see a counselor What to bring when I see the counselor? 1.Your assessment scores (placement results) 2.Copies of transcripts from any other college(s) attended – unofficial copies are ok Questions I should ask myself before seeing the counselor? 1.What do I want to receive from this college? A degree, certificate, transfer credits? 2.What do I want to major in? 3.Do I want to transfer to a 4 year college some day? 4.What is my long term, educational goal? I placed into a Basic Skills math or English course…what does this mean? These courses are designed for students who need to further develop their English and/or math skills before they should take college level courses. Do not delay taking these courses because you will only delay your progress towards meeting your educational goals Can I take college level courses at the same time I complete basic skills classes? The answer is yes, but not just any class is recommended. You should see a counselor for more information about basic skills courses What Matters to you??