ESL Adjunct Instructor
Location: Ritter Library, #208
The ESL 101 course gives Non-Native English Speaking (NNES) students the opportunity to improve overall academic speaking and listening skills by increasing retention of oral and written material.
The ESL 102 course instructs Non-Native English Speaking (NNES) students in improving overall academic writing skills by enhancing students' skills in grammar, vocabulary and effective communication.
English as a Second Language
English as a Second Language (ESL) services are available to all Baldwin Wallace students whose first language is not English. The two courses listed on the right (ESL 101 and ESL 102), are available for credit to help students improve English speaking and writing skills. Each course can be taken for up to 3 credits. Students may be required to take these courses based on their TOEFL or placement scores.
In addition to these courses, individual tutoring is also available. Tutoring appointments occur in Ritter Library on the 2nd floor. To schedule an appointment, visit the BW SMART tab on Blackboard and click "Book Your Appointment Now." Please select "ESL" as the subject. Please be sure to review our policies and procedures before booking your appointment. Individual appointments begin the second week of each semester.
The ESL Adjunct can also provide individual or small group tutoring in the following areas:
- Academic writing assistance for all classes
- Advanced grammar
- Pronunciation and presentation skills
- Test taking skills
Textbook and reading skills
- Vocabulary improvement