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1 English Language Studies UC San Diego Extension s English Language Institute (ELI) offers a wide range of English language programs. Non-native speakers who would like to refine their English language skills can choose from a variety of classes. Both native and non-native English speakers can enroll in individual courses or earn a Professional TEFL Certificate to teach English as a Foreign Language. Let your journey to success start with UC San Diego s English Language Institute! spot light. English for Academic and Professional Development (EAPD) Are you a non-native English speaker who would like to gain more confidence in your personal, professional, and academic English? Enroll in one of UC San Diego s many English language courses created to help you improve your English skills. Evening classes are offered in the following subject areas to suit your busy schedule. Certificate Programs PROFESSIONAL Teaching English as a Foreign Language Academic & Business Writing Conversation & Oral Presentation Grammar & Vocabulary Pronunciation & Fluency and more Contact Us English Language Institute (858) EAPD Program: Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/eapd TEFL Program: Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/tefl 128 I extension.ucsd.edu Winter 2016 I (858)

2 Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Programs TEFL Professional Certificate Are you interested in teaching English as a Foreign Language in the U.S. or while living abroad? The TEFL Professional Certificate can open doors to job opportunities for you both overseas and here at home. Learn the best practices and methodology for teaching EFL students from our dynamic instructors who have years of experience teaching all over the world. In addition to the TEFL Professional Certificate, students can also specialize in the following areas: TEFL Proficiency These courses provide a foundation in TEFL for non-native English speakers or for native speakers who are new to the field and who would like a general overview. Special Studies in TEFL Students can choose from certain academic areas in which they would like to enhance their skills for teacher preparation. TEFL Certificate Program A Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language Teaching English Grammar These courses are for students who are interested in further enhancing their knowledge and skills for teaching grammar to EFL students. Teaching English to Young Learners This program provides the opportunity for students to attain additional competencies in teaching EFL to young learners. Join us to learn more about the exciting field of teaching English in the US and abroad! Sign up to attend our free TEFL Information Session to learn more about our program. Contact us at or contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic & Business Writing Academic Competence in the U.S University I Academic Writing Advanced Topics in Academic Writing Scientific and Technical Writing Lab for Non-native Speakers Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native Speakers Conversation & Oral Presentation Conversation Improvement Advanced Conversation Improvement Effective Oral Presentation Grammar & Vocabulary Grammar/Vocabulary Building Grammar & Editing I Pronunciation & Fluency Accent Modification Seminar Pronunciation & Fluency Advanced Pronunciation & Fluency Teaching English as a Foreign Language - Core Courses Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I..131 Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills TEFL Practicum: Best Methods in Developing & Delivering Lesson Plans Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction Teaching English as a Foreign Language - Elective Courses Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II. 133 Games for the EFL Classroom Grammar Workshop III for EFL Grammar Workshop IV for EFL Introduction to Pronunciation and Fluency for Language Teachers Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language Introduction to Teaching Writing Music in the EFL Classroom Oral Presentations for Language Teachers TEYL Focus on the Classroom TEYL Focus on the Learner TEYL Focus on the Teacher Teaching Language through Art Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet Visual Media in the EFL Classroom TEFL Certificate Information Session Professional Certificates Teaching English as a Foreign Language Winter 2016 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 129

3 courses ACADEMIC & BUSINESS WRITING Academic Competence in the U.S University I This 1-unit workshop is designed to orient the international student to the competitive university system in the United States. Specifically, the workshop addresses topics which the international student may be unfamiliar with, including common formats for source citation, typical question types on exams and other tools used for continuous assessments, and protocols for interacting with professors during office hours. Instructor: Ashley Arvanites, B.A. Int l Studies;TEFL Certificate ESL Instructor at ELI for over 2 years and involved in teaching English for over 4 years in the US and abroad. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Jan. 23 (1 mtg) Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex Fee: $175 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (rkn/cb) Academic Writing This course is designed for advanced international students and researchers who are proficient in English but need to upgrade their writing skills. Tailored to individual needs, participants will improve their accuracy in writing mechanics, in all areas of grammar, and in the essentials of effective writing style and organization. Lectures and workshops provide assistance in writing summaries, abstracts, technical reports, and academic papers. Instructor: Tony C. Carnerie, MEd in TESOL ESL Instructor for 15 years. Specializes in linguistics, listening, reading instruction and American culture. Section: Course No. WCWP Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 14; no mtg. Jan. 18, Feb. 15 (8 mtgs.) Credit: 3 units in Writing Program Advanced Topics in Academic Writing This short course will focus on the essential characteristics of concise, coherent writing style in academic English: a strong controlling idea; unity of thought; clear, relevant support; and fluid transitions. This course is intended for non-native speakers who would benefit from a review of the most important techniques in producing successful writing for academic purposes. Instructor: Laura Bozanich, M.A. in Int l Communications ESL instructor for over 15 years. TEFL Certified and specializes in teaching writing, grammar, and presentation skills. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu 4:30-6:00 p.m., Jan. 26-Mar. 1 (6 mtgs.) Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 30 (rkn/cb) LAB CLASS Scientific and Technical Writing Lab for Non-native Speakers Designed primarily for non-native speakers with advanced English proficiency, this writing lab provides intensive practice in developing the essential skills taught in the Scientific and Technical Writing for Nonnative Speakers course. The specific styles and conventions of various scientific fields will be practiced. There will be a major focus on clarity and strength of expression and idea development, as well as practice in editing to eliminate problems with grammar and usage. Note: This course must be taken concurrently with the 3-unit Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native Speakers course Instructor: Timothy Palmer, B.A Linguistics ESL instructor for 4 years in the United States and Germany. Specializes in writing, spoken fluency, listening, and grammar. Section: Course No. WCWP Time/Date: W 8:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 9 (9 mtgs) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Writing Program Fee: $175 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/cb) Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native Speakers Designed primarily for non-native speakers with advanced English proficiency, this course covers essential skills for writing well in scientific or technical settings. The specific styles and usage conventions of various scientific fields will be covered. There will be a major focus on clarity and strength of expression and idea development, as well as instruction on editing to eliminate problems with grammar and usage. Instructor: Timothy Palmer, B.A Linguistics ESL instructor for 4 years in the United States and Germany. Specializes in writing, spoken fluency, listening, and grammar. Section: Course No. WCWP Time/Date: W 5:30-8:15 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 9 (9 mtgs) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Program after: Jan. 16 (rkn/cb) CONVERSATION & ORAL PRESENTATION Conversation Improvement This course will increase your confidence and comfort level when speaking English with both native and non-native speakers. This course is specifically designed for individuals whose English proficiency is at an intermediate level. Through constant practice, using dialogues and situational role-playing, the instructor identifies strategies and specific conversational techniques to help each student improve his or her spoken English. Students learn in a lively, fun classroom environment in which the overall emphasis is placed on building confidence in conversing in English while further developing their speaking and listening skills. Instructor: Dominique Valentino, B.A., Professional TEFL Certification ESL instructor for over 13 yrs. in the USA & France. Specializes in American culture & music, conversation, and grammar. Section: Course No. COMM Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Feb. 9 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $200 ($175 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds Advanced Conversation Improvement Do you already have a firm grasp of the English language but need to increase your spoken fluency and accuracy? Would you like to express yourself more precisely in conversation with native and non-native speakers, whether in an academic or professional setting or out on the golf course? If that is the case, this English conversation course is for you! Designed for advanced non-native English speakers, the course emphasizes improvement in overall conversational fluency in an active learning environment. Note: Participation in this course requires an advanced level of listening and speaking skills in English, as well as strong reading skills. Students will be assessed on their proficiency level on the first day of the class. Instructor: Dominique Valentino, B.A., Professional TEFL Certification ESL instructor for over 13 yrs. in the USA & France. Specializes in American culture & music, conversation, and grammar. Section: Course No. COMM Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 16-Mar. 15 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $200 ($175 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Feb. 20 (rkn/cb) Effective Oral Presentation This course addresses oral communication problems encountered by non-native speakers in such formal academic and professional settings as conferences, seminars, meetings, and classrooms. 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4 Instructor: Laura Bozanich, M.A. in International Communications ESL instructor for over 15 years. TEFL Certified and specializes in teaching writing, grammar, and presentation skills. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 9 (9 mtgs.) after: Jan. 16 (rkn/cb) GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY Grammar/Vocabulary Building This course is designed for high-intermediate/ advanced non-native English speakers who want to refine their knowledge of English grammar and increase their vocabulary. Extensive contextualized practice at the sentence level is used to build grammatical competence. Various exercises are used to increase vocabulary and vocabulary retention. Instructor: Robert McKinney, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 8 (9 mtgs.) Grammar & Editing I This course is designed for advanced nonnative English speakers who depend on English grammar in written communications and thus need to refine their knowledge of grammar. Participants will review grammar points necessary in correcting the most common grammar problems in non-native writing such as knowing the correct usage of the present perfect vs. simple past, prepositions, articles, punctuation, and more. Participants will learn how to recognize and correct their own grammar errors and also learn how to find the right answers to specific, recurring grammar questions. Instructor: Kim Gonzalez, M.A. in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 9 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex after: Jan. 16 (rkn/jsz) PRONUNCIATION & FLUENCY Accent Modification Seminar In just one evening, this seminar will provide participants with many keys to speaking English more accurately and smoothly. You will learn the importance of pausing, stress, linking, and pitch so that native speakers can more easily follow what you want to say. In addition to some quick tips on reducing your accent, this course will include advice on courses and self-study materials that students can use to acquire a better accent in English. This seminar is designed for individuals whose English proficiency is at a high-intermediate to advanced level. Instructor: Robert McKinney, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: Course No. COMM Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 7 (1 mtg.) Credit: Not for credit Fee: $50 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (rkn/cb) Pronunciation & Fluency This course is ideal for the student who wants to be more easily understood in everyday conversation and workplace situations. The instructor will identify the students particular pronunciation difficulties and provide extensive exercises that target each student s needs. Participants will learn to pronounce words in a manner that is easier for native speakers to understand. By the end of the course, students will have gained an awareness of their problem sounds, learned how to pronounce those sounds accurately and clearly, and learned how to continue refining their speech while strengthening overall confidence in speaking. Instructor: Robert Smith, MAE (TESOL) ESL Instructor at every level; Presenter at CATESOL; Curriculum Development for Advanced Business Writing and Conversational Fluency course. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 10 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex after: Jan. 17 (rkn/cb) Adv. Pronunciation & Fluency This course is designed for students who are familiar with the English sound system and their own pronunciation problems. Instruction will focus on expanding the students skills in correctly applying English patterns of stress, intonation, linking, and reductions. Pronunciation of problematic sounds will also be integrated into class exercises and activities. This course is for the non-native speaker who wants to know what it takes to sound American. Note: Pronunciation and Fluency (LING-40076), or the equivalent, is a recommended prerequisite for this course. Instructor: Robert McKinney, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 9 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex after: Jan. 16 (rkn/cb) TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE - CORE COURSES Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I This course explores the complexities of English structures and how and when they are used (pragmatics). Special emphasis is on areas of syntax unique to English and most troublesome to non-native speakers, both prescriptive and descriptive forms. Participants will study highly specialized features of English grammar and learn how best to teach and integrate the practice of these features in all types of EFL lessons. Syntactic variations related to gender, age, socio-economics, and other factors are examined. The important connection between syntax, morphology, and semantics will be covered in the course. Part I of this course covers selected areas of English syntax. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Instructor: Kim Gonzalez, M.A. in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 16; Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills Participants in this course will learn the essentials of successful listening comprehension: making sense of a stream of sounds, filtering and contextualizing, and applying discourse and cultural information. Bottom-up skills (knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and individual sounds) will be contrasted with top-down skills (general knowledge, situational awareness, and schema). The course will expose participants to different types of listening needs and tasks, as well as the best techniques and methods for helping their EFL students become more skillful listeners in English. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Winter 2016 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 131

5 reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Instructor: Karen Marcus, M.A. in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 9 (9 mtgs) after: Jan. 16 (rkn/cb) Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency Features of English phonetics, phonology, stress, and intonation will be drawn on to enrich instruction in best practices for teaching and learning pronunciation in a TEFL environment. Going beyond discrete sounds, this course will focus on the suprasegmental aspects of English pronunciation: stress, rhythm, pitch and intonation patterns found in connected speech in both formal and casual situations. Specific techniques for accent reduction, plus important information on body language for clear communication in English, will be presented throughout the course. The course will emphasize the integration of pronunciation instruction and practice in all types of lessons. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Instructor: Elizabeth A. Kelley, M.A. Applied Linguistics years TEFL teaching experience at UCSD Extension. 20 years EFL teaching experience in IEPs in San Diego. Section: Course No. LING Instructor: Robert McKinney, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 14; no mtg. Jan. 18, Feb. 15 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex Instructor: Kelly Smith, M.Ed. in TESOL ESL Instructor for 20 years in the USA, Mexico, and Italy. Specializes in grammar, pronunciation, and test preparation. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills Participants will learn best methods for getting students to speak and tasks that encourage meaningful interaction. The course addresses types and idiosyncrasies of spoken language, and microskills of speaking that are factors in the oral code. Participants will review current issues in teaching oral communication by analyzing conversational discourse, pronunciation, and affective factors. The course will suggest fluency and accuracy activities that can be used in and out of the classroom. Participants will learn factors which hamper improved speaking skills for EFL learners including specific contexts, performance variables, colloquial language, pronunciation factors, and interaction. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the TEFL Certificate. Instructor: Todd Paul Owen, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI and the Professional TEFL Certification Program with experience teaching all subjects and levels of ESL. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 16; Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Instructor: Christina Andrade, M.Ed., TESOL years of ESL teaching experience and ESL Instructor at ELI. Presenter for CATESOL. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 8 (9 mtgs) TEFL Practicum: Best Methods in Developing & Delivering Lesson Plans Students will learn about being in control and maintaining an effective learning pace when teaching English as a foreign language. Students will review techniques of teaching the basic skills and pronunciation and grammar. Students will then apply these techniques in organizing activities and practice-teaching them to partners and groups through simulated teaching opportunities. Different methods of lesson planning will also be addressed and practiced. At the end of the course, students will feel confident and knowledgeable in developing teaching activities and lessons for the different skill areas, providing effective error correction during teaching, and applying useful classroom management skills in a simulated classroom situation. Note: Must pass at least 2 TEFL classes or 2 TESOL classes as a prerequisite for this course. Instructor: Tanya L. Davis, MEd in TESL, TEFL Certification ESL Instructor for over 15 years in Japan, Thailand, and in the USA. Specializes in teaching university preparation courses. Section: Course No. LING Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex Instructor: Staff Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 14; no mtg Jan. 18, Feb. 15 (8 mtgs) Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes This course will treat in-depth the discourse features of successful writing in English, in particular for academic and professional communication in the U.S. and around the world. The uses of reference, substitution, ellipsis, conjunction, and lexical cohesion often are not found in the same ways in the writing of other languages but are specific to good written English. 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6 English, and it will instruct them on the most effective ways to share that knowledge with their students in helping them develop successful writing skills and rhetoric in English. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: M&W 1:00-2:15 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 16; Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning This course will acquaint students with the most generally accepted theoretical and methodological models of language teaching and learning. The course is practical, offering teachers pedagogical ideas to meet the specific needs of various ages, proficiency levels, purposes, skills, and contexts of specific language learners. Students will build a repertoire of classroom activities firmly embedded with well-established principles of language acquisition in a step-by-step approach to interactive language teaching, focusing on the integration of skills, learner strategies, styles and preferences, multiple intelligences, and practical steps in lesson design. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Instructor: Staff Section: Course No. LING Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Instructor: Debbie Inada, M.Ed. in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI since 1988 and UCSD TEFL Certificate Program since Also taught overseas in the Dominican Republic. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 1 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex ONLINE Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua, M.Ed. in Second Language Acquisitions ESL instructor, TESOL Certified with 21 years of experience teaching ESL and training teachers. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Jan. 11-Mar. 18 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction This course will provide an overview of various theoretical approaches as they apply to reading in the EFL classroom, the relevant areas of research in foreign language reading, and the connection of theory and research to the teaching and learning of reading. The course will provide the participants with a thorough understanding of the reading process and the ways in which to build and assess reading skills, particularly academic and professional material. There will be an emphasis in how to best teach vocabulary and idioms through reading in an EFL context. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 1:00-2:15 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE - ELECTIVE COURSES Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II This course explores the complexities of English language structures and how and when they are used (pragmatics). Participants will learn how best to teach and integrate the practice of various highly specialized features in all types of EFL lessons. Syntactic variations related to gender, age, socio-economics, and other factors will be examined. This course will focus on the following structures: 1) the noun phrase in detail, quantifiers, count and noncount distinctions, and plurals: regular and irregular; 2) adjectives and adjective clauses; 3) modals and conditional clauses; 4) clauses, conjunctions, and sentence parameters; and 5) collocations and cognates. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (ibt TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Instructor: Karen Marcus, M.A. in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Games for the EFL Classroom This workshop is designed to provide opportunities for English learners from all levels of proficiency to learn and practice English by interacting through a variety of games and activities. The games can be as short as twoor five-minute activities to long-term, multiple-part tasks. Specific attention is placed on increasing language practice in large classrooms, with tips for teachers who need to integrate communicative activities within a prescribed curriculum. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, outof-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor s syllabus. Instructor: Todd Paul Owen, M.A. in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI and the Professional TEFL Certification Program with experience teaching all subjects and levels of ESL. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:15 am 5:30 pm., Jan. 23 (1 mtg) Fee: $145 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (rkn/cb) Grammar Workshop III for EFL Workshop participants will be exposed to a variety of fun, hands-on, communicative activities which can be easily adapted for students of different ages and levels. This workshop includes both fluency and accuracy-focused activities. Topics include: noun forms (proper, common, concrete, abstract, count, non-count, and collective) and functions, including subject-verb agreement, articles, determiners, and quantifiers. Instructor: Karen Marcus, M.A. in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Jan. 30-Feb 6 (2 mtgs) Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (rkn/jsz) Winter 2016 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 133

7 Grammar Workshop IV for EFL Workshop participants will be exposed to a variety of fun, hands-on, communicative activities which can be easily adapted for students of different ages and levels. This workshop includes both fluency and accuracy-focused activities. Focus is on comparative structures, verbals, and preposition function and placement. Topics include: adjectives, adverbs, gerunds, infinitives, phrasal verbs, and verb-adjective, preposition combinations. Instructor: Karen Marcus, M.A. in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Feb (2 mtgs) Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 13 (rkn/jsz) Introduction to Pronunciation and Fluency for Language Teachers This course will prepare prospective, novice, or experienced teachers with a basic foundation in phonetics necessary in being an effective English teacher in a non-english speaking environment. Students will learn the phonetic alphabet and how best to incorporate it in explaining basic pronunciation patterns in English throughout the curriculum where a precise pronunciation of an English word is required. Students will also be introduced to the suprasegmentals of the English phonological system including stress, rhythm, and intonation patterns. Each segment of the course will also provide easy to use activities that teachers can readily adapt to their classrooms. Instructor: Elizabeth Mariscal, M.A. of Linguistics and TESOL ESL Instructor with over 30 years of ESL/EFL experience teaching in Mexico, Spain, and the USA. Presenter for CATESOL & TESOL. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language This course is designed for prospective or novice teachers who are not yet familiar with the basic theories, methods, and basic practices of teaching English as a Foreign Language or for those experienced teachers needing a further grounding in the most current, up-to-date methods and practices to be more successful in their current teaching. This course will explore skills, language, & the learning process while introducing practical applications to the EFL classroom. The course will introduce the basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as issues in methodology. It will also introduce the teaching of the microskills of pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and discourse. Learning styles and strategies, learner autonomy, content-based instruction, and assessment will also be covered. Instructor: Kim Gonzalez, M.A. in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Introduction to Teaching Writing This course will prepare prospective, novice, or experienced teachers with a foundation of writing skills in English. Students will be introduced into the discourse features which distinguish writing in English from the languages of the classroom participants so that they will understand the very different ways that English organizes information in the written form. Students in this course will learn ways to build writing instruction into their EFL classes. They will learn basic techniques of the process approach such as quickwriting, brainstorming, semantic mapping, drafting, peer review, and more that will help make writing instruction easier. Students will also learn a variety of writing assessment options. Section: Course No. LING Music in the EFL Classroom This workshop is designed to provide opportunities for English learners from all levels of proficiency to learn and practice English by analyzing lyrics for useful vocabulary and idioms which are found in pop, blues, and rock music. Emphasis is given to improving pronunciation and fluency through the use of music-based activities in the language classroom. Specific attention is placed on increasing language practice in large classrooms, with tips for teachers who need to integrate communicative activities within a prescribed curriculum. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, outof-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor s syllabus. Instructor: David Nolan, M.Ed. in Curriculum Design ESL Instructor at ELI since Specializes in Business English, Test Preparation, and Advanced Grammar. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m. -5:30 p.m., Mar 5 (1 mtg) Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 26 (rkn/cb) Oral Presentations for Language Teachers This course will prepare prospective, novice, or experienced teachers with the skills necessary in speaking effectively in front of small, medium, or large classrooms, while maintaining control over student interaction in the EFL classroom. The students in this course will learn how to analyze teacher speaking and presentations as they learn how to present. There will be a focus on how to speak in front of an audience using effective voice volume, rate, pitch, and rhythm patterns. Students will also learn the skills necessary to prepare and deliver lessons to a group, focusing on body language, selection of speech content, visual aids, and delivery. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 16; TEYL Focus on the Classroom This course focuses on establishing the optimal classroom learning environment for foreign language acquisition in the young learner classroom. Participants will learn to use key teaching strategies and reflective teaching techniques to foster positive classroom dynamics that motivate young language learners socially and emotionally. Topics include designing and revising language learning activities to access various learning styles, multiple intelligences, and stages of educational development. Participants will also learn how to establish a meaning-rich learning environment by using frameworks for age-appropriate tasks and activities, by selecting materials and resources that bring the language and culture to life in the EFL classroom, and by employing effective classroom management strategies for a variety of class sizes and levels. 134 I extension.ucsd.edu Winter 2016 I (858)

8 Instructor: Darren Scott Bigelow, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor with over 20 years of ESL teaching experience and trained new teachers for one of the largest English language schools in Japan. Section: Course No. LING Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex TEYL Focus on the Learner What makes young learners successful in their foreign language studies? This course emphasizes using a learning-centered approach to promote successful foreign language acquisition in young learners in both non-immersion settings and in the mixedlanguage classroom. By focussing on young language learners and their age-related needs, cognitive development, and motivation, this course demonstrates the importance of balancing task demands with support as well as setting clear language goals to maximize success in the young language learner classroom. Participants will be engaged in lectures, readings, and discussions which highlight a learning-centered perspective to describe the development of spoken discourse, vocabulary and grammar, and literacy in young language learners. Instructor: Kelly Smith, M.Ed. in TESOL ESL Instructor for 20 years in the USA, Mexico, and Italy. Specializes in grammar, pronunciation, and test preparation. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex TEYL Focus on the Teacher With the emergence of English as the world s dominant language, educational communities worldwide have grown increasingly interested in providing English language studies for their young learners. This course provides an overview of EFL educators of young English learners teaching environments and the affective factors influencing these environments. Course topics include: identification of typical English language classrooms among various educational communities, perspectives on the relationship between language and culture for young learners and their instructors, issues pertaining to teacher skill and confidence through an introduction to educational linguistics, communication skills to encourage parental/caregiver involvement in young learners English language development, and more. Instructor: Darren Scott Bigelow, M.A. in TESOL ESL Instructor with over 20 years of ESL teaching experience and trained new teachers for one of the largest English language schools in Japan. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 10 Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex DAYTIME Teaching Language through Art Learn how to incorporate basic art-making techniques to instruct English learners of all ages. In this hands-on workshop, participants will explore a variety of art projects to motivate students with varying learning styles in the language learning classroom. Projects will include simple book construction, collage, illustration, dioramas, and collaborative drawing exercises, which will help build vocabulary and grammar skills, and also offer opportunities for developing critical thinking and confidence. Discussion includes materials management, designing projects to ensure student engagement and success, and strategies to use art projects as a language assessment tool. Instructor: Annika M. Nelson, B.A. in Studio Art Artist, UC San Diego Instructor since 2004; illustrated seven published books. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Feb. 20 (1 mtg) Location: TBD Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 20 (rkn/cb) Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet Participants who need to know about the format of the three TOEFL tests will benefit from this workshop. The curriculum will cover all aspects of the paper-based, computer-based, and internet-based TOEFL tests, including details on how they differ and what preparation materials and teaching techniques have proven most successful in preparing students to obtain optimal scores. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, out-of-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor s syllabus. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Jan. 23 (1 mtg) Fee: $145 No refunds Visual Media in the EFL Classroom This course will give aspiring English Language teachers ideas and methods on how to use print materials, such as magazines, books, newspapers and internet pages in EFL classroom settings. Students will also be given information on how to use media sources such as TV shows, film and documentary programs as an enhancement to the classroom environment and the student learning experience. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, out-ofclass assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor s syllabus. Instructor: Todd Paul Owen, M.A. in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI and the Professional TEFL Certification Program with experience teaching all subjects and levels of ESL. Section: Course No. LING Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mar. 12 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 134, UCSD Extension Complex Fee: $145 No refunds after: Mar. 11 (rkn/cb) TEFL Certificate Information Session Are you looking for a career change? Perhaps you have always wondered if teaching was right for you? UCSD Extension offers a high-quality certificate program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), which can open doors for you to teach around the world. The information session will include a brief overview of the program, instructor presentations, and a question and answer period. Join us to learn more about the exciting field of teaching English abroad! For more information, please call (858) or A light dinner and refreshments will be served. Space is limited. Instructor: Kim Gonzalez, M.A. in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: Course No. INFO Time/Date: Th 6:00-7:30 p.m., Mar. 10 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Certificate Programs English Language Studies PROFESSIONAL Teaching English as a Foreign Language See Next Page Winter 2016 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 135

9 PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE Teaching English as a Foreign Language The TEFL Certificate program will train teachers to use differentiated teaching methods and special techniques to rapidly increase their students proficiency and fluency. There is an emphasis on linguistics and contrastive analysis to increase the teacher s knowledge of the most advanced nuances in English grammar, usage, style, and meaning. There is also an emphasis on global English and cultural competency in international communication, to increase the TEFL teacher s effectiveness in training students who are bound for a wide variety of professional and academic uses of English in their own countries and around the world. Guidelines Students may begin the TEFL certificate program in any quarter of the year, and it can be completed in two quarters. If students would like to complete the program in 1 quarter, this option is only available during the summer quarter. Industry Requirements This certificate provides in-depth study and training in best practices and methodology for teaching EFL students, which involves (a) teaching English to non-immigrants in a multilingual classroom, and (b) teaching English in an overseas monolingual classroom. The major goals are to provide training which results in highly advanced knowledge and skills in explaining the English language -- its use both by native speakers and as a lingua franca - and to provide training which provides and increases skills in facilitating students acquisition of English as a foreign language. Conditions for Admission Native speaker of English or one of the following language proficiency scores: 550 paper-based TOEFL; 80 Internet-based (ibt) TOEFL; 760 TOEIC; 6.5 IELTS; or pass on the FCE or Advanced Cambridge exams. In addition, students must submit an application for candidacy. Complete the application and pay certificate fee. The certificate fee must be paid online and students are subject to program change requirements until paid. Please Note Students may take the courses without enrolling in the certificate program. Advisors Chad Baldwin Program Representative and TEFL Advisor / (858) Kim Gonzalez TEFL Coordinator COURSE TITLE PAGE CRS. NO. UNITS FA WI SP SU COURSES (All courses listed are required for the certificate.) Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I 131 LING L L L L Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills 131 LING L L L L Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency 132 LING L L L L Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills 132 LING L L L L TEFL Practicum: Best Methods in Developing and Delivering Lesson Plans 132 LING L L L L Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes 132 LING L, O L L, O L Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning 133 LING L, O L, O L, O L, O Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction 134 LING L, O L L, O L ELECTIVES (Three units required) Academic Writing 130 WCWP L L L L Academic Competence in the U.S University I 130 LING L L L L Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II 133 LING L L L L Advanced Pronunciation & Fluency 131 LING L L L L Advanced Topics in Academic Writing 130 LING L Business Writing for Non-Native Speakers WCWP L L Effective Oral Presentation 130 LING L L L L Games for the EFL Classroom 133 LING L L L L Grammar & Editing I 131 LING L L Grammar & Editing II LING L L Grammar Workshop I for EFL LING L L L Grammar Workshop II for EFL LING L L L Grammar Workshop III for EFL 133 LING L L Grammar Workshop IV for EFL 134 LING L L Grammar/Vocabulary Building 131 LING L L L L Introduction to Pronunciation and Fluency for Language Teachers 134 LING L L L L Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language 134 LING L L L L Introduction to Teaching Writing 134 LING L L L L Music in the EFL Classroom 134 LING L L L L Oral Presentations for Language Teachers 134 LING L L L L Pronunciation & Fluency 131 LING L L L L Pronunciation Workshop: in the Asian Classroom LING L L Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native Speakers 130 WCWP L L L L Scientific and Technical Writing Lab for Non-native Speakers 130 WCWP L L L L Teaching Language through Art 136 LING L L L L Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet 135 LING L L L L TEYL Focus on the Classroom 134 LING L L L L TEYL Focus on the Learner 135 LING L L L L TEYL Focus on the Teacher 135 LING L L L L Topics in Advanced English Structure LING L Topics in Writing Mechanics LING L Visual Media in the EFL Classroom 135 LING L L L L L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=location TBA Certificate Advisors Certificate Advisors: Dr. Mary Ellen Butler- Pascoe, System-wide Director of TESOL, Alliant International University; Dr. Grant Goodall, Professor, University of California San Diego, Department of Linguistics; Ms. Heather Giammona, Academic Director for EC Language Schools; Mr. Edward D. Park, Principal, Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages Certificate Fee: $60 Contact: International Programs - Bldg. A, (858) To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) For information and to review the schedule of costs of attendance in a certificate program, visit extension.ucsd.edu/costofattendance. 136 I extension.ucsd.edu Winter 2016 I (858)

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