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CROSSCULTURAL, LANG COMPETENCIES

UAGE, AND ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT (CLAD)

COMPETENCIES ADDRESSED BY THIS

COURSE ARE ITALICIZED, SHADED AND INDICATED WITH ***

PART 1: LANGUAGE STRUCTURE & FIRST- AND SECOND-LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

PART 2: METHODOLOGY OF BILINGUAL, ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, CONTENT INSTRUCTION

PART 3:CULTURE AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY

I. Language Structure and Use: Universals and Differences (including the structure of English)

A. The sound systems of language (phonology)

  • B.

    Word formation (morphology)

  • C.

    Syntax

D. Word meaning (semantics)

  • E.

    Language in context ***

  • F.

    Written discourse ***

1.

Theories and Methods of

I. The Nature of Culture

Bilingual Education

A. Foundations

A. Definitions of culture

II. Theories and Methods for Instruction In and Through English

D. Physical geography and its effects on culture

A. Teacher delivery for both English language development and content instruction***

E. Cultural congruence ***

B. Organizational models: What works for whom? *** C. Instructional strategies ***

  • B.

    Perceptions of culture

  • C.

    Intragroup differences

    • (e.

      g., ethnicity, race, generations, and micro- cultures)

B. Approaches with a focus on English language development***

II. Manifestations of Culture: Learning About Students

G. Oral discourse ***

H. Nonverbal communication ***I

  • C.

    Approaches with a focus on content area instruction (specially designed academic instruction delivered in English)***

  • D.

    Working with paraprofessionals***

  • A.

    What teachers should learn about their students **s

  • B.

    How teachers can learn about their student ***

II. Theories and Factors in First- and S II. Language and Content Area

Language Development

Assessment

C. How teachers can use what they learn about their students (culturally responsive pedagogy) ***

  • A.

    Historical and current theories and models of language analysis that have implications for second- language development and pedagogy

  • B.

    Psychological factors affecting first- and second-language development ***

  • C.

    Socio-cultural factors affecting first- and second-language development

  • D.

    Pedagogical factors affecting first- and second-language development***

  • E.

    Political factors affecting first- and second-language development ***

B. Methods ***

A. Concepts of cultural contact

C. State mandates ***

B. Stages of individual cultural contact C. The dynamics of prejudice***

D. Limitations of assessment ***

E. Technical concepts ***

D. Strategies for conflict resolution***

  • III.

    Cultural Contact

    • A.

      Purpose***

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