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Elementary Education: TESOL Program

Elementary Education: Tch Eng/Speakers of Other Lang (Master of Education)

Program Description for Elementary Education

Major: Elementary Education Concentration: Tch Eng/Speakers of Other Lang Degree: Master of Education

Core Requirements (6 credits)

SELECT 1 from the following:

  • EDF6480 Foundations of Ed Research (3 credits)
  • EDF6687 Multicultural & Urban Foundation in Education (3 credits)

SELECT 1 from the following:

  • EDF6607 Education in America (3 credits)
  • EDG6911 Action Research in Education (3 credits)

Major Requirements (21 credits)

SELECT One of the following courses:

  • ESE 6215 Secondary School Curriculum (3 credits)
  • EDE 6225 Elementary School Curriculum (3 credits)
  • EDG 6626 Curriculum & Instruction for Adult Learning (3 credits)

TSL6142 ESOL: Curriculum Development (3 Credits)

TSL6254 Applied Linguistics/Grammar (3 Credits)

TSL6345 ESOL Methods (3 Credits)

TSL6440 Assessment in ESOL Settings (3 Credits)

TSL6525 Cross Culture Comm/Knowledge (3 Credits)

TSL6325 TESOL: Content Instruction (3 Credits)

Major Electives (3 credits)

CHOOSE one of the following courses:

  • EDF6442 Assessment in the Curriculum (3 credits)
  • EDE6205 Teaching All Children (3 credits)
  • EEC6205 Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education (3 credits)
  • LAE6415 Teaching Literacy with Children's Books (3 credits)
  • MAE6318 Math for Elementary Teachers (3 credits)
  • RED6345 Motivating Reluctant Readers (3 credits)
  • SCE6117 Science for Elementary Teachers (3 credits)
  • Or in consultation with your program leader, select other graduate (5000-6000 level) courses from the following prefixes: EDE/EEC/EGI/EME/LAE/MAE/RED/SSE/SCE

Culminating Experience (3 credits)

TSL6940 TESOL Practicum (3-6 Credits)

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