Second Language Education (EDSL)

EDSL 3325 Srvy Models/Practices in ESL

This course surveys various models of language instruction and English as a second language program types. These models will be explored as they apply to meeting the cultural, linguistic, affective, and cognitive needs of ESL students. ESL classroom practices, materials, and resources will be studied as they relate to different instructional goals.

Prerequisites: EDCI 3302, admitted to and in good standing in the College of Education.

EDSL 4325 Assessment & Instruction ESL

This course introduces different assessments and instructional practices used with ESL students. Diagnostic and formal assessments for the ESL student at various grade levels will be examined. Instructional practices in response to informal assessments will be practiced.

Prerequisites: EDCI 3302, admitted to and in good standing in the College of Education.