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This course will explore theories behind teaching English learners to ensure academic achievement & language proficiency for English learners. Topics include theories behind teaching in an English Language Development (ELD) setting. ELD’s links to language arts & to CA standards-based academic content. Assessments & their role in planning instruction & designing curriculum. Participants will explore issues in diversity such as learning differences & culturally responsive pedagogy to enrich learning & development, and integration of ELD in their current instructional program.

This course is part of the following California Commission on Teacher Credentialing program(s): California Clear Credential

  • NOTE  This course is for Clear Credential candidates admitted in Summer 2010 or later. Prerequisite courses EDUC-31355, 31357, & 31358 must completed prior to enrolling in this course. Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 31356 is required. This is a prerequisite for EDUC 31360.

    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 Option before you continue in the program.

  • COURSE NUMBER  EDUC-31359
  • CREDIT  4.50 unit(s)


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