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FLE 4317 (formerly FLE 4315) - Teaching LEP Students K-12

This course is designed to prepare preprofessional (preservice) English, Special Education, and Foreign Language teachers to provide linguistically and culturally appropriate instruction, assessment and learning opportunities for Limited English Proficient (LEP) students.

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

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