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2018-2019 Catalog: Undergraduate, Graduate, and College of Law 
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EDBE 4490 - Teaching ESL EC-12: Instructional Strategies and Resources

4490. 3 hours. Study of methods and techniques of teaching English as a second language in elementary and secondary schools; language development techniques and materials for students at different levels of English proficiency. The course focuses on helping students to develop strategies (consistent with state standards for language and content learning) that can improve the English language proficiency and grade level subject matter knowledge of English language learners. Three lecture hours a week. Required for students seeking grades EC-6 generalist certification with specialization in bilingual or ESL education or 4-8 certification with mathematics/ESL, science/ESL, social studies/ESL or reading/LA/ESL or special education. Requires 10 hours of field experiences. Prerequisite(s): EDBE 3470 and LING 4030; admission to Teacher Education or consent of department. May be taken concurrently with EDBE 4470.