A survey course focused on English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), including a focus on different theoretical principles and approaches within various learning context as they concern preK-12 learners.
This course is specifically designed for preK-12 teachers seeking the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) add-on endorsement. It provides students with the historical context for understanding current day ESOL practices in the classroom.
at your request
Add the following statement to the syllabus: All learning outcomes in this Distributed Learning course are equivalent to the face-to-face (F2F) version of this course.
1. A statement with the university’s academic integrity policy and consequences for violating the policy must be included.
All students must review the Office of Academic Integrity sanctions. This information may be found at https://www.sa.sc.edu/academicintegrity One or more of the following sanctions may be imposed for Academic Integrity violations: 1) Expulsion from the University; 2) Suspension from the University for a period of no less than one semester; and/or Probation. A combination of the above sanctions may be implemented. It should be noted that submitting someone else’s work is cheating and against the Carolina Code. Cheating, or any other Academic Integrity violations, will result in failure of the course for all involved parties. All parties will also be referred to the Office of Academic Integrity for additional retribution. Contact Information: Byrnes 201, 803.777.4333, Email: email@example.com
2. Include the following in the Copyright Statement: All readings/materials comply with copyright/fair use policies.
Approved by College of Education Curriculum Committee (CECC) on 11/13/2018.
Please describe in detail how points will be deducted from attendance grade.
Revisions to learning minutes and attendance policy made as requested by the Graduate Council Humanities Curriculum Committee.