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Section 56028, Educational Assistance Class (EAC) is the more modern terminology which reflects the social model rather than the medical model of disability and seen as more inclusive and positive.

MATH

MATHNC 600
Basic Mathematics                                                           Non-Credit

Prerequisite: None

Designed for the student for whom traditional mathematics instruction has not been successful. Individualized, self-paced instruction in whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions, percents. This is a non-credit, free enrollment, repeatable class with Pass/No Pass grading.

ENGLISH

ENGL 12​
Beginning Reading Skills                                                      2 units
Prerequisite: None

​​An individualized reading course that focuses on acquisition and/or strengthening of the technical skills necessary for decoding, comprehending and interpreting reading material. Special emphasis will be placed on reading in the content areas and developing the ability to respond to assigned readings both in writing and oral discussion. A tutorial lab component will provide individually prescribed self-paced supplemental instruction and skill development activities for all students enrolled in this course.

ENGL 13​
Beginning Reading Skills                                                      2 units
Prerequisite: Engl 12

An individualized reading course that focuses on acquisition and/or strengthening of the technical skills necessary for decoding, comprehending and interpreting reading material. Special emphasis will be placed on reading in the content areas and developing the ability to respond to assigned readings both in writing and oral discussion. A tutorial lab component will provide individually prescribed self-paced supplemental instruction and skill development activities for all students enrolled in this course.

ENGL 16​
Computer Composition                                                         2 units
Prerequisite: None
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Engl 18

ENGL 16 is an integrated lab course, which prepares students to write using the computer as preparation for higher-level English classes. Students will learn beginning word processing and Modern Language Association formatting. In addition, students will learn to write grammatically correct sentences using rules of grammar and punctuation. This class is appropriate for students needing to develop skills necessary for higher-level English classes.

ENGL 17​
Computer Composition                                                         2 units
Prerequisite: Engl 16
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Engl 19

​​​​​ENGL 17 is an integrated lab course, which prepares students to write using the computer as preparation for higher-level English classes. Students will learn beginning word processing and Modern Language Association formatting. In addition, students will learn to write grammatically correct sentences using rules of grammar and punctuation. This class is appropriate for students needing to develop skills necessary for higher-level English classes.

ENGL 18​
Beginning Writing                                                                 3 units
Prerequisite: None
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Engl 16

​​​​ENGL 18 is a beginning level course in paragraph writing. This class is appropriate for students needing to develop skills for higher-level English classes.

ENGL 19​
Intermediate Writing                                                             3 units
Prerequisite: Engl 18
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in Engl 17

ENGL 19 is an intermediate course emphasizing the development of skills necessary for writing essays. ​This class is appropriate for students needing to develop skills for higher-level English classes.

LRNS 60
Study and Test-taking Techniques                                         3 units
Prerequisite: None

Students will learn skills necessary for success in college, such as: reading textbooks; taking lecture notes; studying; taking tests; managing time; becoming familiar with the college resources; and reducing test anxiety.

Note: There may be changes to these classes in Fall 2020 dependent on curriculum review.

COUNSELING

COUN 97 
Managing the College Experience                                         0.5 unit

This is a short term course to help first year students determine their academic strengths and weaknesses and develop skills and strategies for a successful college experience. Students will be introduced to transfer options, learn strategies to manage time, resources, and basic college study skills and to cope with the transitions related to college life.

​​​​​​​​​​ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PHYE 160​
Adaptive Physical Education                                           1-1.5 units

This course provides adaptations necessary to achieve muscular strength; cardiorespiratory endurance; and flexbility, each with the parameters of the student's ability.

PHYE 162
Adaptive Aquatics                                                             1.5 units

This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of swimming for the disabled student. In addition to skill acquisition, students will develop cardiovascular endurance, strength, balance and flexibility using aquatic techniques.

NONCREDIT COURSES

YEPL 750
Singing Music Basics

This class will provide an opportunity to experience and participate in a music setting through singing, movement and playing rhythm instruments. Music fundamentals and history of songs will be presented with discussion and reminiscence encouraged.

YNVS 760​​​​
Community Participation

This course is designed to aid students in vocational exploration and basic living skills. Each student is evaluated to determine the level at which they and work and participate in the community. A program is developed for each and student and might include piece work, cooking, cleaning, craft and music, lliving skills in activities at the facility or out in the community.