Yacine Kout (left), director of RCC’s English for Speakers of Other Languages program, was at the Chevy Centre on Sept. 24 to show ESOL students (left to right) Antonia Jaimes, Buaphan Haddock, and Claudia Estrada, all of Asheboro, the first lesson in The English Network, the College’s new Distance Education program.
ASHEBORO, N.C. -- Randolph Community College (RCC) announced Wednesday it is starting a remote program to help non-native English speakers learn the language.
The program is called "The English Network," created by the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) department. It is designed for intermediate-level students unable to attend on-campus classes regularly.
RCC says students enrolled in the program will receive 20 lesson packets that include a DVD, a workbook and a return envelope. Each lesson will have stories that incorporate language components into the assignments. The lessons will be distributed every two to four weeks.
For more information contact Yacine Kout, director of ESOL, at (336) 633-0152.