SDE: TESOL

Approved Courses for Cross Endorsements in
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

State regulations for TESOL cross-endorsement require the completion of at least 30 semester hours of credit in TESOL course work with course work in each of the categories listed below. Courses may not be offered every semester. Course availability must be verified with the individual colleges and universities.

ENGLISH SYNTAX AND COMPOSITION

Central Connecticut State University

LING 512 Modern Syntax (formerly ENG 512)
LING 513 Modern Phonology (formerly ENG 513)
ENG 200 Introduction to Linguistics
LING 430 Studies in Linguistics in the English Language Learner (formerly ENG 430)
LING 431 History of The English Language (formerly ENG 431)

Fairfield University

ED 561 Summer Institute in the Teaching of Writing
EN/W 311 Advanced Composition for Secondary School Teachers
EN/W 317 Traditional and Structural Grammar
EN 411 Teaching Writing in the 3-12 Classroom
EN 417 Traditional and Structural Grammar
SL 422  Teaching Grammar in Second Language Settings

Southern Connecticut State University

ENG 504 The Teaching of Writing
ENG 505 Applied English Linguistics
ENG 510 History of the English Language
FLA/TSL 505 Pedagogical Grammar of English for TESOL

University of Bridgeport

EDUC 545 English Language and Literature for Teachers
EDUC 546 Linguistics for Teachers

University of Connecticut

ENG 242 The English Language
ENG 300 Theory and Teaching of Writing
ENG 301 Approaches To Literature
ENG 308 History of The English Language
EDCI 5890 Educational Linguistics
ENG 385 Rhetoric and Composition Theory
LING 300 Survey of Modern Linguistic Theory
LING 301 Formal Foundations of Linguistic Theory
LING 308 Phonology
LING 309 Phonology
LING 323  The Acquisition of Syntax
EDCI 6400 Theoretical Foundations of Teaching English Prior to 2008/2009 EDCI 401

Western Connecticut State University

ENG 440 Introduction to Linguistics and Semantics
ENG 506 Studies in Linguistics and the History of the English Language
CTA 261 Introduction to Phonetics

LANGUAGE THEORY

Central Connecticut State University

LING 515 Introduction to Sociolinguistics (formerly ENG 515)
ENG 230 The Study of Language
ENG 300 Language Acquisition
LING 400 Linguistic Analysis (formerly ENG 400: Analytical Skills in Language)
LING 497 Second Language Acquisition (formerly ENG 497)
ML 492 Second Language Acquisition
SPAN 451 Contrastive Structures of Spanish and English

Fairfield University

SL 423 Principles of Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition
SL 467 Language Acquisition
SL 477 Culture and Second Language Acquisition
SL 520 Foundations of Dual Language Instruction

Post University

EDU 653 Second Language Acquisition

Southern Connecticut State University

FLA/TSL 502 Descriptive Linguistics
FLA/TSL 523 Linguistic, Social and Cultural Factors in Second Language Acquisition.
FLA/TSL 510 TESOL: Theory and Practice
ENG 505 Applied English Linguistics

University of Bridgeport

ED 600L Second Language Acquisition
EDUC 543 Second Language Acquisition (replaces ED 600L Spring 2002)

University of Connecticut

LING 5110 The Acquisition of Syntax
EDCI 5720 Bilingual Education and Biliteracy
EDCI 5890 Educational Linguistics
EDCI 5895 Language, Ideology and Education
EDCI 5755 Teaching English as a Second Language
EDCI 5700 Foundations of Bilingual Education
EDCI 5715 Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition
LING 306 Field Methods in Linguistics 
LING 330 Language Contact
LING 351 Structure of a Selected Language
LING 405 Theories of Language

Western Connecticut State University

ENG 440 Introduction to Linguistics and Semantics
ENG 506 Studies in Linguistics and the History of the English Language

CULTURE AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS

Central Connecticut State University

EDF 530 Multicultural Education
EDF 522 Comparative Education
EDF 583 Sociological Foundations of Education
ED 284 Education of the Culturally Disadvantaged
EDL 555 Leadership for Culturally Diverse Schools
EDLE 509 Development of Cultural Understanding
ANTH 250 Intercultural Communication
COMM 415 Multicultural Communication Perspectives and Diversity
HIST 468 Social and Cultural History of The United States
HIST 483 SOC 231 History of Inter-American Relations
SOC 231 Minorities and Social Inequality
SOC 232 Cities and Urban Life Styles

Fairfield University

CN 433 Multicultural Issues in Counseling
SL 441 Teacher and Learner in the Multicultural Classroom
SL 475 Sociolinguistics
SL 477 Culture and Second Language Acquisition
SL 526 Historical and Sociopolitical Issues in Bilingual/Multicultural/and ESL Education

Gateway Community College (I)

SOC *I117 Minorities in the United States

Naugatuck Valley Community College (H)

SOC *H221 Social Inequality

Norwalk Community College (D)

SOC *D220 Racial and Ethnic Diversity

Post University

 

EDU 604 Diversity in 21st Century Education

HSV 554 Multicultural Issues in Human Services

Southern Connecticut State University

EDU 563 Anti-Bias and Multicultural Perspectives in the Classroom, Pre-K-12
FLA/TSL 515 Principles, Practices, and Assessment in Bilingual Education
COM 440 Cultural Influences on Communication
SOC 510 Ethnic and Racial Relations
URB 550 Ethnicity in American Society
URB 560 Ethnic Realities in the American Community
FLA/TSL 510 TESOL: Theory and Practice
TSL 563 Immigration and English Language Learners in US Schools

University of Bridgeport

EDUC 504 Comparative and International Education
EDUC 540 American Culture and Education

University of Connecticut

EDCI 5740 Latinos and U.S. Education (also listed as PRLS 300)
EDCI 5750 Language Diversity and Literacy
EDCI 5845 Seminar in International Education
EDCI 6860 Research in Multicultural Education
EDCI 5875 Multicultural Education (formerly EDLR 330)
ANTH 321 Seminar in Problems of Social Anthropology Research
ANTH 344 Urban Anthropology
ANTH 383 Seminar on Parent-Child Relations in Cross-Cultural Perspective
EDLR 401 Urban Education

University of New Haven

ED 620c Seminar in Multicultural Issues

Western Connecticut State University

CTA/ANT 208 Intercultural Communication
ENG 218 Ethnic American Literature
ANT 202 Language and Culture
ANT/SOC 204 Culture and Personality
ANT/CTA 208 Intercultural Communication
ANT/AAS 212 Peoples and Cultures of Africa
ANT/SOC 213 North American Indians
ANT/SOC 214 Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific
ANT/SOC 250 Modern Complex Societies
ANT/SOC 322 Comparative Minority Relations
ANT/SOC 330 Social and Cultural Theory
ANT/SOC 340 Culture Change and Planning
HIS 268 New York City: Its History and Culture
NWC 107 Middle Eastern Culture
NWC/AAS 109 Equatorial African Cultures
NWC/SS 111 Contemporary Cultures and Societies of Latin America
SS 101 Introduction to Third World Development
SW 220 Social Work and Ethnic Life Styles
HIS/AAS 219 African American History and Culture
NWC 110 Vietnamese Culture

LINGUISTIC AND ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT

Central Connecticut State University

LING 430 Studies in Linguistic and English Language (formerly ENG 430)
ENG 435 Second Language Testing
LING 535 Second Language Testing (formerly ENG 535)

Fairfield University

SL 421 Linguistics for Language Teachers
SL 445 Comprehending and Communicating in a Second Language
SL 453 Differentiated Instruction for English Language Learners
SL 461 Reading and Writing in a Second Language
SL 527 Testing and Assessment in ESL and Bilingual Programs

Southern Connecticut State University

FLA/TSL 512 TESOL: Practicum
FLA/TSL 510 TESOL, Theory and Practice
FLA
/TSL 515 Principles, Practices, and Assessment in Bilingual Education
FLA/TSL 518 Content Based Bilingual Education/ESOL
FLA/TSL 521 Assessment for English Language Learners


University of Bridgeport

ED 557 Linguistic and Academic Assessment of English Language Learners


University of Connecticut

EDCI 5700 Foundations of Bilingual Education
EDCI 5750 Language Diversity and Literacy
EDCI 5765 Assessment of Bilingualism

Western Connecticut State University

ENG 515 TESOL Testing and Assessment

CURRICULUM AND METHODS OF TEACHING ESL

Central Connecticut State University

LING 496 TESOL Methods (formerly ENG 496)
ENG 498 TESOL Practicum
HUM 495 Teaching English As A Second Language

Fairfield University

SL/SE 419 Special Learners in the Bilingual/ESL Classroom
SL 436 Methods and Materials for Second Language Teaching
SL 451 Infusing Content Language Instruction into TESOL/Bilingual Programs (Effective Fall 2011) Formerly titled Content Area Instruction in Bilingual/Second Language Classrooms
SL 504 Supporting English Language Learners in the Regular Classroom.
SL 528 Second Language Curriculum Development

Gateway Community College (I)

ESL *I250 TESOL Methodology

Naugatuck Valley Community College (H)

ESL *H205 TESOL Methodology

Northwestern Connecticut Community College (C)

ESL *C250 TESOL Methodology

Norwalk Community College (D)

ESL  D250 TESOL Methodology

Post University

 

EDU 651 Teaching ESL-Methods and Strategies

EDU 655 Curriculum and Assessment

Southern Connecticut State University

FLA/TSL 510 TESOL: Theory and Practice
FLA/TSL 511 TESOL: Methods and Materials
FLA/TSL 517 Literacy Development for English Language Learners
FLA/TSL 518 Content Based Bilingual Education/ESOL
FLA/TSL 515 Principles, Practices and Assessment in Bilingual Education


Tunxis Community College (J)

ESL *J250 TESOL Methodology

University of Bridgeport

EDUC 447 Methods and Materials in Teaching ESL
EDUC 542 Theory and Methods of Teaching ESL

University of Connecticut

EDCI 5705 Curricular issues in Bilingual Education
EDCI 5710 Special Topics in Bilingual Education
EDCI 5715 Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition
EDCI 5742 Sheltered English Instruction for ELL
EDCI 5755 Teaching English As a Second Language


Western Connecticut State University

ENG 516 TESOL Methodology


Revised: October 2010

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