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Content Literacy: Grades 6-12EDU-3200AHE2 available classes
Students must develop literacy skills in order to access, learn, and comprehend. With the adoption of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), teachers in all subject areas (science, mathematics, humanities, and technology) are becoming actively involved in literacy developme...
Grant Writing Level 1SEF-3001MN21 available classes
Learn the grant writing skills that are essential for acquiring competitive funding from government agencies or private foundations. Beginners will learn the basics of writing winning grant proposals. Those with more experience will sharpen their skills and engage in discuss...
Instructional Technology for ESL TeachersEDU-3005C21 available classes
Learn how to integrate various technologies into the ESL classroom to engage and reinforce learning. Use websites and internet applications to enhance instruction and make lesson planning more efficient. In this course, you’ll learn how to design and create tools to enhance...
Language Acquisition and Adult LearnersEDU-3002C21 available classes
An important part of ESL instruction is understanding how languages are learned. This course presents adult learning theory and theories of first and second language acquisition, comparing and contrasting them. It also examines how personal characteristics and social and sit...
Lesson Planning for the ESL ClassroomEDU-3002Z31 available classes
This course shows students how to create lesson plans for a language acquisition classroom, including writing measurable objectives and organizing practice activities. It covers instruction for multi-level classrooms specifically and includes practice in creating lesson plan...
Methods and Materials for Teaching English As A Second LanguageEDU-3002F31 available classes
This course presents various approaches, methods, and techniques for teaching English as a Second Language. It provides students with the theoretical underpinning to determine how these approaches can be used in an adult ESL classroom. The course includes lectures and teachi...
Nuts and Bolts of Teaching Grammar to English Language LearnersEDU-3002F21 available classes
English grammar can be a challenge – for both students seeking mastery and for instructors trying to explain rules and their exceptions. Whether you are tutoring, teaching overseas, or working in a community college, this course will give you the tools to become a successful...
Substitute Effective Teacher TrainingEDU-3002A37 available classes
Non-certified, substitute teachers - increase your daily pay in Wake County! Develop strategies for classroom management and delivering instruction as well as become familiar with NC school laws and administrative expectations throughout K-12. 100% attendance required. Go to...
Teaching Pronunciation to English Language LearnersEDU-3002E31 available classes
Embrace the challenges of teaching pronunciation in an adult ESL classroom. Learn why it’s important, and how to incorporate phonetic practice into other activities. Find out how to identify students' needs and learn practice activities. You will plan and present a pronuncia...
The Role of Culture in Teaching ESLEDU-3002I21 available classes
Culture has been described by some as the "fifth skill" in language acquisition, equal in importance to reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Helping learners make sense of the culture that is intertwined with language is integral to the role of an ESL instructor. Lea...
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