English as a Second Language
Concentration coordinator: Christina Budde
Elementary Teacher Education (ETE) students who pursue this concentration can become eligible for English as a second language certification when they successfully complete the following courses with a grade of C- or better and pass the relevant Praxis II test identified on the Praxis resource page. Students must also have a minimum 2.75 GPA in their ESL courses, including EDUC 440, prior to enrolling in the student teaching experience EDUC 400.
|EDUC 401||Language Development in the Classroom||Sophomore Spring||3|
|EDUC 447||Advanced Methods in TESL||Senior Spring||3|
|EDUC 459||Urban Schools in Urban Landscapes||Sophomore Spring||3|
|EDUC 472||Teaching English as a Second Language||Senior Fall||3|
|LLCU 424/LING 424||Second Language Testing||Junior Fall||3|
|LING 101||Introduction to Linguistics I||Freshman Spring||3|
The Structure of English
Sophomore or Junior Fall
(whichever is an odd-numbered Fall semester)
|EDUC 400||Student Teaching: English as a Second Language||Senior Spring||6|
Foreign Language Courses
Students will choose one of the following courses.
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