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EDU 713 Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language (5935) (3 credits)

This course examines various approaches, methods, and techniques for teaching and assessing English language learners in bilingual and ESL classrooms, as well as assisting ESL students in the regular classrooms. Candidates explore the curriculum, instruction, and teaching materials to maximize opportunities for ESL learners to use the language, to learn about the language, and to learn through the language. Lab experience enables students to apply their pedagogical knowledge and skills in working with the ESL learners.

EDU 713F FE: Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language (5936, 714)

Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language (Total Field Hours: 15)

This course examines various approaches, methods, and techniques for teaching and assessing English Language Learners in bilingual and ESL classrooms, as well as for assisting ELL students’ learning in regular classrooms. This course is also suitable for those interested in teaching in an EFL environment (abroad). Candidates will develop a culturally responsive curriculum and design a variety of research-supported instructional activities to meet the needs of the culturally and linguistically diverse learners. The course will incorporate a 15-hour fieldwork practicum to be completed on an ongoing basis throughout the semester, culminating in a final project. (Prerequisites: EDU646, EDU712)