Please note that this course is supplemented by online components (WebCT). Participants are required to access portions of the course using WebCT, according to a given schedule of class sessions. Students are required to participate in online discussions and class activities. This requirement is included in the attendance and participation grade of this course.
Note: If this course has any tasks online, they must be completed by 12:00 am (midnight) of the due date noted on the syllabus.
Academic Honesty and Plagiarism
All work submitted for this course should reflect students’ personal efforts. Group work submissions must reflect all group members’ names and their contributions. For a complete discussion on Academic Honesty please refer to the General Catalog of the University, and Section 41301, Title 5, of the California Code of Regulations. Also refer to this discussion of plagiarism at Cal State: . When relying on supporting documents authored by others, cite them clearly and completely using American Psychological Association Manual (APA)(5th ed.). Failure to follow these directions may result in failure of the course. Directions for crediting sources using APA style are at: .
Competencies for the Instruction of English Learners (CLAD)
Credential Candidates: These competencies will be infused throughout each of the courses in your teacher credential program.
Those in EDMS 512 are indicated below in italics.
PART 1: LANGUAGE STRUCTURE
FIRST- AND SECOND-LANGUAGE
PART 2: METHODOLOGY OF BILINGUAL, ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOP’T, AND CONTENT INSTRUCTION
PART 3: CULTURE AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY
I. Language Structure and Use:
Universals and Differences
(incl. the structure of English)
I. Theories and Methods of Bilingual Education
I. The Nature of Culture
EDMS 512, Hood