Dec 09, 2019  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog

EDUC 501 - Teaching English to Emerging Bilingual Students: Ensuring Access and Equity


(Same as EDUC 501B .) Prerequisites, EDUC 500 , and admission to the Teacher Credential and/or Master of Arts in Teaching program. This course prepares teacher candidates to teach emergent bilingual multicultural learners in diverse multiple subject settings, using current theoretical foundations, conceptual understandings, and relevant research for second language development and academic content instruction. It is linked to effective collaborative, designated and integrated English language development, and critical multicultural and relevant pedagogical approaches using contextual tools that facilitate communication, interaction, and links to family and community. Candidates will become adept at authentic assessment techniques and design lessons differentiated for ability levels to increase language, multi-culture, and academic learning, exceeding standards for California schools. 15 hours of fieldwork praxis in an assigned public school setting accompanies this course for application of course objectives in a community of practice. EDUC 501 is primarily taught in English and EDUC 501B  is taught in both English and Spanish. (Offered fall semester.) 3 credits