TESOL

TESL-560
TESOL Topics (1-3)

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Topics include teaching pronunciation, the lexical approach to language teaching, learning disabilities in the ELT classroom, EFL methodology, and multilevel/multicultural classrooms. Usually offered every term.

TESL-560
N01
TESOL
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

TESOL Topics (1-3)

Language Learning and Identity

This course explores current debates in the field of language education that address language as a social practice. It investigates the way language constructs and is constructed by a wide variety of social relationships including those between writer and reader, teacher and student, classroom and community, test maker and test taker, and researcher and researched. The course considers how gender/race/classed identity are negotiated within such relationships and explores how social relations of power can both constrain and enable the range of educational possibilities available to both learners and teachers. Meets with TESL-096 N01 TESL-560 N02HB.

TESL-560
N02HB
TESOL
SUMMER 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

TESOL Topics (1-3)

Language Learning and Identity

This course explores current debates in the field of language education that address language as a social practice. It investigates the way language constructs and is constructed by a wide variety of social relationships including those between writer and reader, teacher and student, classroom and community, test maker and test taker, and researcher and researched. The course considers how gender/race/classed identity are negotiated within such relationships and explores how social relations of power can both constrain and enable the range of educational possibilities available to both learners and teachers. Meets with TESL-096 N01 TESL-560 N01.