Teaching ESL Licensure
To sign up for this option, you need to contact the Curriculum and Instruction Department. Do not fill out a major/minor form for graduation or the major/minor/concentration section of the major change form. Approvals for this option must come from the Curriculum and Instruction Department.
Teaching Licensure - Education; Track: Teaching ESL
College of ED & Human Sciences
Catalog Year: 2014-2015
Degree Specific Credits: 24
Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0
Note: Individuals completing a teaching minor must also complete a teaching major in another content area. Students must be formally admitted to the Teacher Education Program and complete all of the professional education licensure requirements. See the Department of Curriculum & Instruction in the College of Education and Human Sciences for more information. A minor GPA of 2.75 is required to be eligible for student teaching.
Rule: Must complete the following subcategories
Rule: Complete 2 of the following courses
Note: Ling 477 or Ling 478 may be taken as an Elective if not taken as a Required Course.
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LING 466 - Pedaogical Grammar
Offered intermittently. Prereq., LING 470. Discussion of English grammar from a non–native speaker perspective focusing on items and structures that are difficult for non–native speakers.
LING 473 - Language and Culture
Offered spring. Prereq., LING 470. Technical study of the relationships between grammatical categories and world view. This course co-convenes with LING 573.
LING 481 - The ESL Professional
Offered spring. Prereq. or coreq., LING 491; prereq., LING 480 or consent of instr. Professional development techniques for the independent language teacher: language test construction, self–critique of teaching strategies, materials development, curriculum evaluation and design, and electronic and print media resources for the language teaching professional.
LING 489 - Morphology
Offered spring. Prereq., LING 470. A survey of the morphological features of several unrelated languages to provide the student with a broad overview of how languages compare and contrast. This course co-convenes with LING 589.
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