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TSL-550TE: School, Community, and Family 3 credits Culture

In this course educators will explore school, community, and family culture. Emphasis will be placed on the major goals, principles, and concepts of multicultural education, including multiple perspectives in culture and history as well as understanding cultural and individual differences in teaching and learning. Research is utilized to investigate the social, community, cultural, and familial contexts that influence learning and development.

TSL-552: Literacy in Bilingual Settings 3 credits

In this course, candidates will examine approaches to developing literacy in a second and native language P-12 schools. Emphasis will be placed on techniques for developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills; developing language and literacy through the content areas; using children’s and young adult multicultural literature; and assessing students’ literacy development in the second and native language. Strategies to develop biliteracy in dual language programs will also be discussed. Practicum/field experience hours: 10. Fingerprint clearance required. Prerequisite: TSL-550.

TSL-552TE: Literacy in Bilingual Settings 3 credits

In this course, educators will examine approaches to developing literacy in second and native language P-12 schools. Emphasis will be placed on techniques for developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills; developing language and literacy through the content areas; using children’s and young adult multicultural literature; and assessing students’ literacy development in the second and native language. Strategies to develop biliteracy in dual language programs will also be discussed.

TSL-565: ELL and Bilingual Assessment 3 credits

In this course candidates will explore the principles of (or for) evaluating and structuring assessments. Candidates will design rubrics and examine assessment for the purposes of identification, placement, and instructional delivery. Emphasis will be placed on learning ways to integrate assessment procedures into any curriculum, and designing assessment tasks that allow for improved learning. Practicum/field experience hours: 10. Fingerprint clearance required. Prerequisite: TSL-558.

TSL-565TE: ELL and Bilingual Assessment 3 credits

In this course, educators will explore the principles of evaluating and structuring assessments. Educators will design rubrics and examine assessment for the purposes of identification, placement, and instructional delivery. Emphasis will be placed on learning ways to integrate assessment procedures into any curriculum, and designing assessment tasks that allow for improved learning.

TSL-567:

Methods of Teaching and Evaluating ELLs with Special Needs

3 credits

TSL-558: ELL and Bilingual Curriculum and Methods of Instruction

3 credits

In this course, candidates will be introduced to the field of bilingual and English language learners in special education. Candidates will be engaged in the study of the nature, psycho- social and emotional needs of bilingual individuals and English language learners with exceptionalities. Emphasis will be placed on research in bilingual and English language learner education in relation to the complexity of the over-representation and under-representation of bilingual students in special education, issues in relation to differentiating cultural and linguistic-related learning variations from special education issues, and instructional implications. Practicum/field experience hours: 10. Fingerprint clearance required.

TSL-567TE: Methods of Teaching and 3 credits Evaluating ELLs with Special

Needs

In this course, educators will be introduced to the field of bilingual and English language learners in special education. They will engage in the study of the nature, psycho-social and emotional needs of bilingual individuals and English learners with disabilities. Emphasis will be given to the research in bilingual and English language learner education in relation to the complexity of the over- and-under-representation of bilingual students in special education, issues in relation to differentiating cultural and linguistic-related learning variations from special education issues, and instructional implications.

TSL-590Ω: BLE or TESOL Practicum 3 credits

In this course candidates have direct participation and experience with ELLs or bilingual/dual language students at their chosen level of instruction, within a P-12 setting. Candidates will practice teaching and management skills, conduct assessments, and learn to communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues, administrators, and the larger community. Practicum/field experience hours: 60. Fingerprint clearance required. Prerequisite: TSL-565.

In this course candidates will review curricula and methods appropriate for the teaching of subject areas in ELL and dual language educational settings. Emphasis is placed on linguistic, cognitive, developmental, and socio-cultural considerations in the design of culturally responsive curricula; exploration of culturally responsive instructional methods and materials for use in language arts and content areas; and critique of current commercially prepared products. Practicum/field experience hours: 10. Fingerprint clearance required.

TSL-558TE: ELL and Bilingual Curriculum and Methods of Instruction

3 credits

In this course, educators will review curricula and methods appropriate for the teaching of subject areas in ELL and dual language educational settings. Emphasis is placed on linguistic, cognitive, developmental, and socio-cultural considerations in the design of culturally responsive curricula; exploration of culturally responsive instructional methods and materials for use in language arts and content areas; and critique of current commercially prepared products.

TSL-590TE: BLE or TESOL Practicum 3 credits

In this course educators have direct participation and experience with ELLs or bilingual/dual language students at their chosen level of instruction, within a P-12 educational setting. Educators will practice teaching and management skills, conduct assessments, and learn to communicate effectively with students, parents, colleagues, administrators, and the larger community. Practicum/field experience hours: 60. Fingerprint clearance required.