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English Language Enabling Course for Domestic Students

Enabling Course

EN-ENGL1

Course
English Language Enabling Course for Domestic Students
Duration
4 months full-time
Location
Bentley Campus

Outline

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What you'll learn

  • develop and transfer generic academic literacy and mediation skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking to their own discipline
  • analyse and evaluate own and other's ideas in order to develop an academic voice in written and spoken English
  • develop English language proficiency applying knowledge of grammatical structures, vocabulary and phonology in order to write and speak, accurate, meaningful and comprehensible English
  • develop knowledge of and apply academic language and study skills to suit the conventions of a variety of local disciplines
  • develop and reflect on the learning process to develop autonomous learning strategies and life-long skills
  • show an awareness of current global issues and how they impact on local cultures
  • recognise the importance of various cultural and linguistic perspectives including those of Indigenous Australians
  • apply mediation skills to show comprehension of reading and listening sources to support writing and speaking
  • develop English language proficiency in listening and reading in order to comprehend a variety of complex, academic listening and reading sources

Fees & charges

Fee information is not available for this course at this time. Find estimated course fees.

Location

For start dates, please view the academic calendar.

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2022

ELB Academic Session 2
  • On campus
ELB Block 3
  • On campus
ELB Block 5
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 2
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 3
  • On campus
ELB Prep 3
  • On campus

2023

ELB Academic Session 1
  • On campus
ELB Academic Session 2
  • On campus
ELB Academic Session 3
  • On campus
ELB Block 1
  • On campus
ELB Block 3
  • On campus
ELB Block 5
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 1
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 2
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 3
  • On campus
ELB Prep 1
  • On campus
ELB Prep 2
  • On campus
ELB Prep 3
  • On campus

2024

ELB Academic Session 1
  • On campus
ELB Academic Session 2
  • On campus
ELB Academic Session 3
  • On campus
ELB Block 1
  • On campus
ELB Block 3
  • On campus
ELB Block 5
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 1
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 2
  • On campus
ELB Extended Prep 3
  • On campus
ELB Prep 1
  • On campus
ELB Prep 2
  • On campus
ELB Prep 3
  • On campus

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Opening hours:
Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 4.30pm, except Tues: 9.30am – 4.30pm (AWST). Closed public holidays.
  • Curtin course code: EN-ENGL1
  • Last updated on: 04/08/2022