[ESL242] U.S. Culture and Film


This is an all-skills course. Film develops students’ overall command of English as they interact with multiple forms of language: spoken, written, formal, informal, academic, commercial, etc. The class explores intercultural topics including cross-cultural adjustment issues, U.S. cultures, and the U.S. academic culture and its expectations. Through films, varied readings, presentations, and discussions, students develop comparative cultural and historical knowledge. Assignments engage students in research and develop their analytical skills.

Course Title

U.S. Culture and Film

Course Code

ESL242

Units

.50, 1.00

Frequency

Offered each spring.

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