|Course Description: This course is designed for educators who work with English Language Learners (ELLs) in their mainstream classes. The course provides an overview of ELLs' instructional needs, and offers a variety of research-based strategies and techniques that support their academic development and social integration. Participants will explore ways in which instruction and assessment can be adapted to not only benefit the ELLs but the class as a whole. They will develop activities that promote language development and acquisition and engage students socially and academically.
Topics to be covered include: ELL Governing Laws, ELL Programs, Stages of Language Acquisition, Culture and Acculturation, Literacy Instruction, Content Area Instruction, and Assessment.
|Status: Closed for Registration
||Registration Deadline: 05/31/2019
||Start Date: 06/01/2019
||End Date: 06/28/2019
||CTLE Hours: 36
||No. of Credits: 3
Categories: English Language Learners
||CTLE Area: English Language Learning
1c : Setting Instructional Outcomes
3e : Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness