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1 DEGREE/PROGRAM CHANGE FORM C Form Number: C1076 Fields marked with * are required Name of Initiator: Holbrook Mahn * Date:* Phone Number:* Initiator's Title* Professor: Language Literacy & Sociocult Associated Forms exist?* No Proposed effective term: Semester Faculty Contact* Holbrook Mahn Administrative Contact* Esther Russell Department* LLSS Admin * Branch Admin Phone* Year Spring 2013 Course Information Select Appropriate Program Name of New or Existing Program * TESOL Minor Select Category Minor Degree Type Select Action New Exact Title and Requirements as they should appear in the catalog. If there is a change, upload current and proposed requirements. See current catalog for format within the respective college (upload a doc/pdf file) TESOL Catalog.docx Undergraduate Degree Program Does this change affect other departmental program/branch campuses? If yes, indicate below. Reason(s) for Request See attached file. TESOL Minor.docx * (enter text below or upload a doc/pdf file) Upload a document that inlcudes justification for the program, impact on long-range planning, detailed budget analysis and faculty workload implications. * Justification TESOL.docx

2 Supplement to Form C: TESOL Minor Catalog Text The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Minor is designed to help pre-service teachers gain a TESOL endorsement as part of their undergraduate teacher licensure program. By successfully completing the curriculum listed below, students will be able to have a TESOL endorsement attached to their teaching license through the New Mexico Public Education Department. This minor is also available to undergraduate students who are not enrolled in a teacher licensure program, but who want to teach TESOL to adults domestically or abroad. (For graduate and non-degree graduate students, see information on the TESOL Graduate Certificate under LLSS graduate programs.) Students must complete and submit an application for the TESOL minor, available on the LLSS website under Degree and Endorsement Programs, and have it be reviewed by the LLSS Bilingual/TESOL program faculty. Corequisites: Second Language: (6 university-level semester hours in Spanish, Navajo, or another Language or proficiency in a language other than English). Linguistics: (3 hours) LING 101 Introduction to the Study of Language, LING 440 Introduction to Linguistics, or any other Linguistics course. Core Courses (15 hours): LLSS 456 First and Second Language Development LLSS 482 Teaching English as a Second Language LLSS 453 Theoretical and Cultural Foundations of Bilingual Education LLSS 458 Literacy Across Cultures LLSS 459 Second Language Literacy

3 TESOL Minor Form C Reasons for Request The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Minor is designed to help pre-service teachers earn their TESOL endorsement while taking courses for their teaching licenses. By completing the curriculum below, student will have a TESOL endorsement attached to their teaching license. (Students will need to apply to the New Mexico Public Education Department for this endorsement.) They will gain an understanding of effective pedagogical theory and practice in teaching English language learners (ELLs), essential for teachers in Albuquerque and New Mexico, where the percentage of ELLs ranks among the highest in the country. Over 57% of the teachers and administrators in the Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) are UNM/COE graduates. Approximately 20% (62,393) of New Mexico s K- 12 students are ELLs. This 15-credit minor will consist of currently standing LLSS courses that constitute the UNM TESOL endorsement and include the following core courses: LLSS 456 First and Second Language Development LLSS 482 Teaching English as a Second Language LLSS 453 Theoretical and Cultural Foundations of Bilingual Education LLSS 458 Literacy Across Cultures LLSS 459 Second Language Literacy Co-requisites: Second Language: (6 university-level semester hours in Spanish, Navajo, or another Language or proficiency in a language other than English). Linguistics: (3 hours) LING 101 Introduction to the Study of Language, LING 440 Introduction to Linguistics, or any other Linguistics course. The TESOL minor will help LLSS account for pre-service students who are taking TESOL endorsement courses at UNM. Currently there is no mechanism to track these students, making it difficult to assess student learning outcomes and complete reports for TK20 and NCATE. (Tk20 is a comprehensive data management system implemented by the UNM College of Education to provide a set of tools to help track and enhance students' growth, as well as make assessment and accountability tasks easier. National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accredits schools, colleges, and departments of education in U.S. colleges and universities, as well as non-university entities that prepare educators for P- 12 schools.) Under this proposed minor students would complete and submit an application for the TESOL minor, available on the LLSS website under Degree and Endorsement Programs, and have it be reviewed by the LLSS Bilingual/TESOL program faculty. LLSS would then be able to track those students and would have full control of their TESOL endorsement. The TESOL Minor provides LLSS with an increased opportunity to market its TESOL endorsement program to UNM students. For students who are not in Teacher Education, but are interested in teaching TESOL to adults abroad and domestically, the TESOL Minor provides them with transcripted evidence that they have completed a program in teaching TESOL.

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5 Justification for the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Minor As described in the Reason for Request document, there is a tremendous need in New Mexico for competent TESOL teachers. This minor would help encourage students to become endorsed in TESOL. It also provides LLSS with an increased opportunity to market its TESOL endorsement program to UNM students. In addition, this TESOL Minor will help LLSS account for pre-service students who are taking TESOL endorsement courses at UNM. As it stands now, there is no mechanism to track these students, making it difficult to assess student learning outcomes and complete reports for TK20 and NCATE. (Tk20 is a comprehensive data management system implemented by the UNM College of Education to provide a set of tools to help track and enhance students' growth, as well as make assessment and accountability tasks easier. National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accredits schools, colleges, and departments of education in U.S. colleges and universities, as well as non-university entities that prepare educators for P-12 schools.) Under this proposed minor, students would complete and submit an application for the TESOL minor, available on the LLSS website under Degree and Endorsement Programs, and have it be reviewed by the LLSS Bilingual/TESOL program faculty. LLSS would then be able to track these students and would have full control of the TESOL endorsement courses. Impact on long-range planning Because all of the courses in the proposed TESOL Minor are currently being offered on a regular basis in the LLSS department, there will be no significant impact on long-range planning. There may be a slight increase in the amount of advising that faculty in the Bilingual/TESOL program have to do as a result of implementing the TESOL Minor, but the reality is that many of the students who will enroll in this minor are already seeking advice from the Bilingual/TESOL faculty. Budget Analysis and Faculty Workload Implications Implementing the TESOL Minor will not have any budgetary impact or implications for faculty workload, as all of the courses offered in the minor are already being taught. While the minor will increase the number of students who will be taking these courses, it is not anticipated that the increase will necessitate adding new sections.

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