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LABS available for ESL students

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Austin Science Center, Room 115, ESL Lab

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The ESL Lab in the Austin Science Center provides computers where students practice their English and write papers for their classes.  It also has a library of books for ESL students to check out to use for assingment in their reading classes and Books on Tape that they can listen to in the Lab. An instructor is always there to answer questions and give assistance.

Schedule for Fall 2013 Semester

time
monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday

9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

Patel

Patel

Patel

Patel

10 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Fitzpatrick

Cady

Fitzpatrick

Koffman

11 a.m. - 12noon

Fitzpatrick

Cady

Fitzpatrick

Koffman

12noon -   1 p.m.

Walsh

Patel

Walsh

Patel

1 p.m. -   2 p.m.

Walsh

Massion

Walsh

Massion

5 p.m. -   6 p.m.

Beal

Beal

Beal

Beal

6 p.m. -   6:30 p.m.

Beal

Beal

Beal

Beal

 

LC 150 Language and Culture Lab

lc150

This lab is for students to come with their class. Noncredit students and Credit students in the Pronunciation and Listening Speaking Classes use this lab.

LC 150 for Noncredit ESL classes and Credit ESL listening/speaking and pronunciation and classes. It is shared with modern languages.

LC 150 is located upstairs in the Learning Resources Center near the library. Students come with their classes and teachers. There are no open hours. Software includes Rosetta Stone, Side by Side Interactive, Focus on Grammar, Live Action English. Internet access is available.

Drop-in Lab at the Conservation Corps North Bay in San Rafael

mcc  kerner

27 Larkspur Street, San Rafael

  • There is a computer lab located at the Conservation Corps North Bay (CCNB) where you can practice your English, work on Keyboarding
    skills or study for the GED.
  • Located on the corner of Larkspur St. and Kerner Blvd. students can enter through a gate in the front
    parking lot to get to the classroom building in the back, or by walking down a driveway to the right of
    the front parking lot to the back entrance. Register at the College of Marin ESL Office.
  • Lab hours:
    Mondays and Tuesdays: 10am to 2 pm

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ESL Web page
Content Responsible: Sara McKinnon , NC ESL Coordinator, ext. 7924
Technical Contact: Barbara Bonander , Chair, College Skills Departmen, ext. 7351