EDU 325 Seminar

About This Project

English as a Second Language via Immersion

Pedagogy of Sheltered English Immersion and English as a Second Language, including understanding of the cultures of learners and their communities, and other contextual considerations. How to shelter and adapt subject matter in content areas. Fieldwork is required. This course is required for high-school and middle-school teacher licensure, but will also be valuable to those with other ESL interests

I am text block. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

Empty section. Edit page to add content here.
Related courses
11.124
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence
Intro to Education: Looking Forward & Back on Education
11.125
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence, On Campus
Intro to Education: Understanding & Evaluating Education
11.129
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence, On Campus
Educational Theory & Practice I - Licensure Sequence
11.130
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence, On Campus
Educational Theory & Practice II - Licensure Sequence
11.131
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence, On Campus
Educational Theory & Practice III - Licensure Sequence
Course Number(s)

EDUC 325-01

Units

12

Term

Fall - Well; Spring - MIT

Instructor

Yeon-Jeong Son

NOTE:

Required for MA teaching license. Open to sophomores, juniors or seniors with permission of instructor

Category
Courses, Educational Practice and Theory Sequence, On Campus