Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Minor - MC-EA
Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 550-409)
Adviser: (Education Studies Department).
This minor is designed:
- to impart the special knowledge and the competencies needed to teach English to speakers of other languages in an American public school; and
- to develop an understanding of the cultural and social needs of students who speak other languages amid an English-speaking majority.
|Twenty-four semester credits, including:|
|ANTH 315||Language in Culture and Society||3|
|ES 405||Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages||3|
|ES 408||Methods of Teaching Content-Based ESL||4|
|CSD 262||Phonetics: Theory and Application||2|
|ENGL 221||Introductory English Linguistics||3|
|FLG 378||Second Language Acquisition Theory||3|
|Two courses from:||6|
|Topics in the Structure of English|
|Topics in Language in Society|
|Normal Communication Development|
|Special Topics in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages|
This minor is restricted to students in the College of Education and Human Sciences: Education Studies: Option A, and leads to licensure in TESOL in Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence classrooms.
NOTE 1: As a requirement for the TESOL Minor, all students must complete the University Writing Requirement. Oral proficiency in English will be determined by an interview and/or a SPEAK Test, a test of oral proficiency for non-native speakers of English. Students not passing the oral proficiency test will be required, before retesting, to take CJ 202, ENGL 140, and/or an English composition class. The student will select classes in consultation with the TESOL adviser.
NOTE 2: One year of university-level foreign language study is a prerequisite for ES 405.