• TESOL

    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

    Cultural Diversity & Education

    A study of the nature, role, and content of culture, especially in relation to education. Topics include major cultural concepts, interaction between language and culture, and multicultural education. Consideration of ESOL students' cultural identities, language and literacy development, and academic achievement. Includes 20 hours of field experience.

    TSL 540-01
    June 10 - July 29
    6 to 8:50 p.m., Tuesday
    Main Campus
    3 credits

    Graduate 

    Resources for ESOL & Content Instruction

    Selection, creation, and use of standards-based materials, resources, and technologies. Attention to culture, language proficiency, and age of ESOL learners. Examination and use of various print and non-print resources, audiovisual materials, and technological tools. Prerequisite: TSL 500-540.

    TSL 570-01
    June 11 - July 30
    6 to 8:50 p.m., Tuesday
    Main Campus
    3 credits

    Graduate 

    Research Project

    In addition to completing teaching/learning portfolios that they have developed in the program, candidates will complete the project that they proposed in TSL 550, Research Methods in TESOL. Candidates will summarize research related to their topics, describe their methodology, conduct research, present their findings, and identify outlets for their research. Prerequisites: TSL 500-560.

    TSL 600-01
    June 11 - July 30
    6 to 8:50 p.m., Tuesday
    Main Campus
    3 credits

    Graduate 

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