Research-based conceptual understanding of language systems, structures, forms, functions, and variations of both aural and written language forms. Language functions and variations, discourse and pragmatics can be applied directly to assessment and instruction of English learners and the specific linguistic and socio-linguistic challenges of English learners are addressed. Materials, and methods for understanding and analyzing socio-cultural, and political factors that can affect second language development are presented.
Note: Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. Requirement for the CLAD through CTEL Certificate. Previously offered as EDUC 3V218.
You must register for this course with the Letter Grade Option. If you do not then you will need to retake the course at your own expense with the Letter Grade in order to be eligible for a CLAD Authorization.
Course Number: EDUC-31218 Credit: 4 units