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TSL 200 - Introduction to English Language Learners and Advocacy

In this course, students develop their understanding of and sensitivity to cultural diversity in the United States through the study of English learners (ELs) in public schools. Course topics include discovery of who ELs are, their educational rights, special challenges they may face in schools, and how to address those challenges. Students engage in inquiry-based learning as they ask essential questions about linguistic diversity, education, and educating a multilingual society. Students also learn to evaluate school environments for ELs, and practice skills needed to advocate for ELs. Students apply their knowledge through case studies, role plays, and online and face-to-face discussions. Seven-week course. Class Notes: Students enrolled in this class should not schedule other activities during this class time. The instructor will inform students at the beginning of the semester which days attendance is required and/or encouraged. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: EDS 203 or EDS 206 recommended.
GE03: Minority Culture/Multiracial Women's Studies
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