Prospective StudentsCurrent StudentsFaculty & StaffAlumni & FriendsUSF on iTunes U

Search COEDU 
COEDU Home
Administration
Departments
Programs
Centers & Institutes
Office of Research
Community Engagement
Giving to COEDU

Employment

TSL 5085 (old FLE 5430) - ESOL 1:
Theory and Practice of Teaching ELLs

This course is designed for undergraduate degree holding, preprofessional (preservice) teachers in order to prepare them to provide linguistically and culturally appropriate instruction, assessment and learning opportunities for Limited English Proficient (LEP) students in the content areas. This will include an overview of equity issues as they relate to linguistically diverse populations, as well as practice in planning for multilevel and inclusive pedagogy.


Course Content Outline

  • Providing Equal Education Opportunity for the LEP Student: National and State Efforts

  • Developing Cultural Awareness

  • Bridging Home/Community/School Gap

  • Language Acquisition and Learning

  • Integrating Language and Literacy

  • Integrating Language, Literacy, Culture and Content Instruction

  • Assessing LEP Students and Monitoring Student Progress

Main Course Assignments

  • Cultural Interviews
  • SLA Interview and SOLOM
  • Modified Lesson Plan
  • Case Study and Final Exam

Course Readings

  1. Diaz-Rico, L. & Weed .K. Z. (2010). Crosscultural, Language, and Academic Development, Handbook. Allyn&Bacon. 4th edition
  2. Student Assignment Packet. Pro-copy



Course Documents


Course Syllabus

ESOL 1 Chalk & Wire ePortfolio Rubrics

 

 

Related Links

ESOL Home

ESOL Standards
ESOL E-Library
ESOL Faculty

Faculty Development Plan


FLE 4317
FLE 4316

ESOL Binder


ESOL 1

ESOL 2

ESOL 3

ESOL Folder


ESOL 1 - MAT

ESOL 2 - MAT

ESOL 3 - MAT


TSL 4324 (old FLE 4365)

TSL 5325 (old FLE 5366)


OMSLE
Florida Consent Decree

Sunshine State Standards


Secondary Ed Homepage

Foreign Lang Ed Homepage



  

 

 

 

University of South Florida Text only USF home page Search USF website