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LANG 210: Character of Lang in Culture
CHARACTERISTICS OF LANGUAGE IN CULTURE In this course, students are introduced to the phenomenon of human language and the interconnectedness of language and culture. They engage in linguistic analysis of languages and their dialects. Students explore linguistic and cultural dive...
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LANG 400: Situational Lang Use Prof Adv
SITUATIONAL LANGUAGE USE FOR PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT This course will examine language use in different situations. It will explore appropriate and inappropriate language in a number of social and professional contexts. Topics include the differences between formal and informal ...
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LANG 486A: WS/An Overview of Lang
WORKSHOP/APPLIED LANGUAGE/AN OVERVIEW OF LANGUAGE In this workshop, the major components of language: morphology, semantics, syntax, and phonetics/phonology will be introduced, and the grammar and sound systems of English will be examined and contrasted with those of other langua...
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LANG 486B: WS/ESL Assessment
WORKSHOP/APPLIED LANGUAGE/ESL ASSESSMENT This workshop will introduce recent historical trends and related terminology in ESL assessment and provide a theoretical framework for the selection and preparation of assessment instruments. Issues of validity, reliability, test bias, an...
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LANG 486C: WS/ESL Tchng Mthdlgs
WORKSHOP/APPLIED LANGUAGE/ESL TEACHING METHODOLOGIES This workshop is designed to provide a historical overview of ESL teaching methodologies. Emphasis is on participants' analysis of these methodologies and then, application of these in the four skill areas of listening, speakin...
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LANG 486D: WS/Second Lang Acquisition
WORKSHOP/APPLIED LANGUAGE/SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION This workshop will provide participants with a framework for understanding second language acquisition including types of errors that second language learners make. Participants' assumptions about language learning will be exp...
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LANG 486E: WS/Music&Mvmnt to Tch Adlt ESL
WORKSHOP/USING MUSIC AND MOVEMENT TO TEACH ADULT ESL Teachers and tutors of secondary and adult English language learners in the U.S. and in international settings explore ways to adapt music and kinesthetic activities to the adult ESL classroom. The role of music and movement in...
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