Legal foundations and historical development of bilingual education, dual language, and special language programs will be introduced. Various models of bilingual education and English as a Second Language will be examined. An overview of special education, gifted and talented, and compensatory education legislation and its impact on the implementation of special language programs will be examined. This course addresses programmatic, cultural, academic and linguistic considerations for the creation, implementation and maintenance of dual language curriculum models in EC-6 settings.
Introduction to the University Experience 1 Total Hours to total at least 1 Students in the E11A program should note that courses in translation do not count toward the forty-five semester hours of a foreign language required for teacher certification.
One course applied to this Minor can be taught in English: Islam in the Modern World. A minimum of 6 semester hours of the course work in the minor must be completed at the University of Dayton.
No more than 6 semester hours of the course work in the minor may be taken in courses taught in English. One of the following China-focused courses may count toward the minor: Courses taught in English do not count.
A minimum of 6 semester hours of course work at the level in the minor must be completed at the University.
Certificate in International and Intercultural Leadership IIL The International and Intercultural Leadership Certificate is a distinguished academic track within multiple disciplines that highlights and promotes the value and necessity of working across cultures.
Courses and experiences within the certificate afford UD students the opportunity to learn and develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to work and lead across cultures in order to build a more just and sustainable future within a specific context and language. Interested students should contact: Heather Parsons, Communication; Mr.
Amy Anderson or Dr.timberdesignmag.com (GSO) is a free, public website providing information and resources necessary to help meet the educational needs of students. The studies reviewed in this section provide insights into the effects of an instructional model as a whole or of an instructional strategy carried out as one element of a model on the literacy development of Native American students.
English American Literature This course provides an overview of American literature, while helping 11th graders develop and hone essential reading and writing skills for .
Research, reading, and discussion in selected topics and works in literature of political science. Provides an advanced overview of methodological issues in political science especially identification of research questions and design of research strategies in political science appropriate for a senior thesis.
Reading, analysis and. American Citizenship: Changing Definitions and Expectations? Begin this discussion by providing students with a conventional definition of national citizenship.
A citizen is a person who possesses all the privileges and responsibilities granted by the law of a nation to residents who have legal status.
Classroom Cultural Ecology: The Dynamics of Classroom Life in Schools Serving Low-Income African American Children-- a research report that details the characteristics and practices of effective teachers working with low-income African American children -- lots of valuable insight and information.