The Intensive English Program has the following levels:
Level 1 - is the elementary level for students with very basic or elementary knowledge of English grammar, reading, listening/speaking and writing
Level 2 - is the pre-intermediate level for students with some knowledge of basic English grammar, reading, listening/speaking and writing
Level 3 - is the intermediate 1 level for students who have control of basic English grammar, reading, listening/speaking and wirting
Level 4 - is the intermediate 2 level for students who have control of basic English grammar, reading, listening/speaking and writing
Level 5 - is the advanced 1 level for students who have control of intermediate English grammar, reading, listening/speaking and writing and some knowledge of advanced English language skills
Level 6 - is the academic preparation course for students who have control of advanced English grammar, reading, listening/speaking and writing and is for pre-academic students
The IEP does not subscribe to any one teaching method. The teaching methodology used in Levels 1 and 2 is integrated skills. In Level 3 through 6, instructors are free to mix and match different methodologies as appropriate for their courses and students.
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IEP Mission Statement
The Pittsburg State University Intensive English Program provides a variety of specific language and cultural services to international students. The main objectives of the IEP are to raise students' English language level through quality classroom instruction and to prepare students to pursue their academic degree programs at Pittsburg State University. Furthermore, the IEP strives to provide opportunities for students to experience and learn about American culture.
The IEP is a full-time program featuring four eight-week sessions during the academic year and one eight-week session during the summer. Classes are offered at six levels, from beginning to advanced. Students spend approximately 20 hours per week in class, taking courses in grammar, reading, listening/speaking, writing, and academic preparation. The program is flexible, and every effort is made to meet individual student needs.
The successful completion of the highest level of the Intensive English Program (Academic Preparation Course) is the equivalent of a 550 TOEFL score and can be substituted for the TOEFL requirement.
All members of the Intensive English Program faculty hold at least a master's degree in teaching English as a foreign language. Many of the instructors have teaching experience both in the United States and overseas. Most faculty members have successfully mastered a foreign language, making them aware of the language learning process that their students face.
If you are currently studying in an IEP or ESL program in the United States, you must complete the IEP Transfer Screening Form before you will be considered for IEP admission. Please e-mail email@example.com to find out how to apply to transfer to IEP.
Please contact:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 620-235-4644FAX: 620-235-4362
Submit all documents to:Pittsburg State University Intensive English Program120 Whitesitt Hall1701 S. BroadwayPittsburg, KS 66762 USA