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Post Masters Certification


Language Minority: Birth to SixthGrade Advanced Study Certificate


EECE 761 Educating the Non-Native Speaker of English: Theory and Research

3 cr

This course examines the philosophy, rational and historical background of bilingual education. Participants discuss the programs, models, and trends while exploring the sociological and political aspects of bilingual education.

EECE 763 Teaching of Reading and Language Arts in Bilingual Education,

3 cr

This course discusses the characteristics of language arts in the mother tongue in the bilingual classroom. It also discusses the development and evaluation of literacy in the first language and the transfer of skills from one language to the other.

EECE 764 Learning the Content Areas in a Multilingual Setting: Teaching and Assessment

3 cr

This course focuses in the study, analysis, creation, and application of appropriate instructional strategies to teach the content areas to language minority students.

EECE 766 English Language Learning in the Bilingual Classroom: Theoretical Background

3 cr

This course examines environmental design, instructional strategies, and materials to serve goals of curriculum for B-5 year old children. Professional study features the role of play, goal-directed teaching within an action-based learning environment, multicultural and technological resources for program development, assessment, working with families in cultural contexts, and meeting individual needs of children.

EECE 767 English Language Learning in the Bilingual Classroom: Pedagogical Applications

3 cr

This course surveys the alternative teaching methodologies for the learning of English as a new language. Students analyze and apply classroom practices used in the field of second language learning.

 

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