This course addresses legal and historical foundations of structured English immersion (SEI) foundations, instructional elements and language development of English learners in secondary grades, and culturally relevant instruction. Candidates explore SEI identification, SEI models, and English Language Proficiency Standards. Candidates also examine language acquisition theories, elements of language, and language domains. Candidates learn instructional strategies for academic English development in secondary settings. This course is designed to meet the standards set by the Arizona Department of Education.
This course is only available for enrollment to residents of Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Oregon, Texas, and West Virginia.
This graduate course is 6 weeks.
This course has a prerequisite. Please see details in the Prerequisite section below.
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