LING 222. English Grammar for Teachers. (2 Credits)

A survey of major areas of English grammar with a discussion of the history of the English language and a focus on practical issues for teachers of both English speakers and English language learners.

LING 224. Theoretical Foundations of ELL and Bilingual Methodology. (4 Credits)

Survey of theory and research relevant to the teaching and learning of English as a second/foreign language and bilingual education. Emphasis on practical applications from linguistics, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics.

Tags: DUS

LING 227. Cross-Cultural Teaching and Learning. (2 Credits)

Contributions of nonformal educators, cognitive psychologists, and educational anthropologists to cross-cultural teaching and learning; attuning the instruction of ELLs to thinking styles, pedagogical expectations, and cultural values.

LING 321. Introduction to Linguistics. (2 Credits)

Introductory study of the concepts and methodology of modern linguistics. Survey of the various branches of linguistic science and of their relationships to other disciplines. (Cross-listed with INTR 609)

LING 323. Bilingual Methods/Materials. (2 Credits)

Bilingual Methods and Materials. Current methodology and instructional resources for teachers of children in bilingual classrooms, programs, and schools. (Cross-listed with INTR 642)

LING 323L. Bilingual Practicum. (1 Credit)

An analysis of teaching skills in a supervised field placement.

LING 325. Principles of Assessment for TESOL. (2 Credits)

Theoretical and practical aspects of ESL/EFL testing, including 1) survey of test types, and 2) procedures for test planning, construction, administration, and interpretation of results. (Cross-listed with INTR 617)

LING 326. English Language Learning Content Methods and Materials. (2 Credits)

English Language Learning Content Methods and Materials. Contemporary issues and practices in teaching children from non-English-speaking backgrounds in mainstream classrooms, both in the U.S. and abroad. This course is intended for all teachers as well as specialists earning the ESL and bilingual endorsements. (Cross-listed with INTR 618)

LING 328. English Language Learning Methods for Specialists. (2 Credits)

English Language Learning Methods for Specialists. A survey of current methodology related to the classroom instruction of English language learners in specialized contexts such as pull-out and sheltered classes.

LING 328L. ELL Practicum. (1 Credit)

An analysis of teaching skills in a supervised field placement.