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1 Master of Arts in Education English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 2014 Handbook Lindenwood University

2 Table of Contents Table of Contents Welcome to Lindenwood University School of Education!... 2 Overview of the Program... 4 Admission... 5 Program Planning and Completion... 6 Course Descriptions... 9 Student Learning Outcomes and Assessments Field Experience/Internship/Practicum Frequently Asked Questions... 1 Appendix

3 Welcome Welcome Welcome to Lindenwood University School of Education! Welcome! Lindenwood University is a thriving institution with a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs with locations across Missouri and Illinois, in addition to online offerings. The School of Education is one of the largest schools at this institution and in the state of Missouri. However, here at Lindenwood, we pride ourselves on our student-centered approach, advising by actual faculty members, and our open door policy so you never feel like a number. The faculty not only has the appropriate academic credentials, but also extensive experience in a wide variety of schools as teachers, counselors, principals, librarians, and leaders at all levels. The faculty is truly vested in providing the best opportunity for all students to succeed. Lindenwood University prides itself in providing a support network for students who need extra assistance in attaining their goals. Lindenwood provides assistance to students through the Student and Academic Support Services (SASS). SASS supports the Lindenwood University student community through academic engagement, problem resolution, service learning opportunities, and provision of resources. We are committed to a studentcentered environment reinforcing retention and persistence to graduation by encouraging academic and individual development, along with social responsibility. Do you already have a master s degree but still want an additional certification? That is also an option at Lindenwood University. The Master of Arts in Education programs offer opportunities for teachers and professionals to improve their practice in many different areas of study including: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Library Media Special Reading K-12 Gifted Education Certification Special Education K-12 2

4 Character Education Autism Spectrum Disorders K-12 Early Interventions in Autism and Sensory Impairments Educational Technology Mathematics Education Specialist 1-6 School Administration

5 Program Overview Program Overview Lindenwood University s School of Education offers a Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Students develop an understanding of the basic principles of learning and teaching a second language, as well as the pedagogical implications of those principles for English language teaching. Graduates are prepared to meet the current demand for highly trained, competent teachers of ESOL in the K-12 teaching context. This Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education approved certification program requires a valid Missouri teaching certificate. Domestic students are required to successfully complete two semesters of college level foreign language instruction or successfully complete a foreign language proficiency exam. International students are required to obtain a minimum TOEFL score of 570 and successfully complete the University administered English placement exam. The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in ESOL is a -credit-hour program based on theory, research, and practice. 4

6 Admission Program sion Standards Admission Admission Standards Lindenwood University consciously seeks a diverse student body and welcomes applicants from all socioeconomic, religious, and ethnic backgrounds. The University also values geographic diversity and welcomes international students. Admission to graduate programs is granted to students who demonstrate academic preparedness and the potential for academic excellence. Applications for admission to Lindenwood University graduate programs will reviewed by the Director of Evening Admissions. Application Procedures Apply by visiting the Office of Evening and Graduate Admissions at the Lindenwood University Welcome Center on the St. Charles campus, any of the extension centers, or online at the following address: To be considered for admission to the University, an applicant s file must include each of the following documents: Electronic or paper application, along with a non-refundable $0 application fee. Current resume. An official undergraduate transcript as well as official transcript(s) from any graduate school(s) attended if transfer credit is desired. A copy of applicant s valid teaching certificate. Model I Certification Area: ESOL This program provides add-on certification after initial certification has been earned. It is an advanced program for educators who have had experience in either elementary or secondary schools. A student may complete coursework required to be recommended and/or apply for Missouri DESE teacher certification in ESOL. In Model I, elective courses are selected from courses required for specialized certification. The program is designed to enable the educator to extend his/her knowledge, skills, and understanding of the process of teaching and learning. Model I allows the graduate student, in accord with a faculty advisor, to design a portion of the program according to individual needs and career goals. Students admitted to Model I must hold a valid teaching certificate and be presently involved in an educational setting or have worked within one in the last three years. The program includes the four core courses required of all graduate students in Education. 5

7 The remaining credit hours will be selected by the student in consultation with the advisor from existing graduate courses to meet state certification standards for application to the selected program. 6

8 Program Planning Program Planning and Completion Teaching and Leading as an Art and a Science Lindenwood University School of Education MASTER OF ARTS in EDUCATION Program Planning Worksheet MODEL I CERTIFICATION AREA: ESOL K-12 Certification (requires initial certification) Name Date Advised Advisor Signature To complete the Master of Arts in Education Program all students must: 1. Possess a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum GPA of.0 on a 4.0 scale. 2. Complete application procedures for admission to the university, pay required fees, and be approved by the Dean.. Applicants must hold a valid teaching certificate. 4. Successfully complete prerequisite courses EDU 4100/54100 Education of the Exceptional Child and EDU 0700/50700 Reading in the Content Area 5. Complete semester hours of graduate course work required to earn the specified Master of Arts in Education degree. DESE may require you to take more than hours of coursework just for the certificate pursued. 6. Maintain a GPA of.0 or higher. 7. Select the Master of Arts Project (EDU 60000) OR Curriculum Analysis and Design (EDU 52000) to fulfill final degree requirements. Continue to register for the thesis/master of Art Project each subsequent term until completed. Failure to continue to register will result in termination from the candidacy for the degree. 8. Complete the degree requirements within five calendar years from the first day of the first term in which program commenced. 9. Graduation application submitted Degree will be posted on the graduation month that you select. If the month of graduation changes, you must resubmit a graduation application in order for the degree to be posted in the newly selected month. 10. Student Teaching hours cannot apply to this master s degree. Core Courses Hour Semester Completed EDU Analysis of Teaching & Learning Transferred* Grade Notes EDU Conceptualization of Education EDU Educational Research EDU Curriculum Analysis and Design OR EDU Master s Project Certification Specialty Hour Semester Completed TESOL History of the English Language OR TESOL Modern Grammar TESOL Linguistics and English Language Teaching TESOL Sociolinguistics TESOL 5000 Second Language Acquisition TESOL TESOL Methods TESOL Assessment in TESOL TESOL TESOL Practicum Transferred* Grade Notes 7

9 Program Planning Total Hours with Core Master Courses * Transfer and Workshop Credit: No more than 9 semester hours from other accredited institutions approved by the Dean and Registrar. All transfer credits must carry a letter grade of B or higher from official transcript. No Pass/Fail or Credit courses accepted. All transfer credit must be relevant to proposed program and completed within last 7 years. Once admitted, prior permission from Dean and Registrar must be obtained to apply credit from other college or university towards degree. Up to 6 credit hours may be accepted from approved workshops. If from other institution, would be counted towards approved transfer credit limit of 9 hours. Name of Student: Lindenwood University TESOL Department MA in Education with an Emphasis in ESOL Advising Worksheet Program Start Date: TESOL Advisor: Education Advisor: Prerequisites Met 1. A valid Missouri permanent or professional certificate of license to teach 2. For native speakers of English, two semesters of college-level foreign language instruction OR successful completion of a foreign language proficiency exam. For non-native speakers of English, a minimum TOEFL score of 570 and successful completion of the university s English placement exam 4. EDU 4100/54100 Education of the Exceptional Child 5. EDU 0700/50700 Teaching Reading in the Content Areas Date 8

10 Program Planning Education Course Requirements 6. EDU Analysis of Teaching and Learning Behavior 7. EDU Conceptualization of Education 8. EDU Curriculum Analysis and Design 9. EDU Educational Research TESOL Course Requirements 10. TESOL 50400/ENG 0400 History of the English Language OR TESOL 57200/ENG 7200 Modern Grammar 11. TESOL Linguistics and English Language Teaching 12. TESOL Sociolinguistics 1. TESOL 5000 Second Language Acquisition 14. TESOL TESOL Methods 15. TESOL Assessment in TESOL 16. TESOL TESOL Practicum Notes 9

11 Course Descriptions Course Descriptions and Recommended Sequence TESOL History of the English Language: This course is an introduction to the study of the English language. The phonology, history, and grammar of English are examined in the context of cultural, social, and political history with attention also to current linguistic history. TESOL Linguistics and English Language Teaching: This course serves as an introduction to fundamental concepts of linguistic theory, especially as they apply to English language teaching. Areas of focus include phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics, as well as the applied areas of language variation, acquisition, disorders, and language and culture. TESOL Sociolinguistics: This course is an introduction to language as a social phenomenon. Emphasis will be placed on sociolinguistic topics most relevant to language teaching, including language attitudes; standard and nonstandard language usage; language and identity; language variation; multilingualism; language planning and policy; and language maintenance and loss. TESOL 5000 Second Language Acquisition: This course is an introduction to second language acquisition research and theories. The pedagogical implications of such research and theories are explored through a focus on the process of acquisition, the language learner, and the teaching/learning context. TESOL TESOL Methods: This course surveys current theory and practice in planning, implementing and monitoring instruction of linguistically and culturally diverse students in a variety of English language teaching contexts. TESOL Assessment in TESOL: This course investigates the current assessment trends in TESOL, including formal and informal assessments of language learners, materials, courses, and programs. Additionally, this course explores current guidelines for language learning services, support, advocacy, as well as achievement standards. TESOL TESOL Practicum: This practicum is a supervised experience in planning and implementing instruction of linguistically and culturally diverse students under the direction of a TESOL faculty member. TESOL Modern Grammar: This course is an intensive study of the nature and structure of the English language with emphasis on recent developments in linguistic analysis, but with coverage also of traditional grammar. 10

12 Course Descriptions Prerequisite Courses EDU 54100* Education of the Exceptional Child EDS 50700* Reading in the Content Field Master of Arts Core Curriculum EDU Analysis of Teaching and Learning Behavior EDU Conceptualization of Education or EDU Conceptualization of Education for Beginning Teachers EDU Curriculum Analysis and Design TESOL Curriculum TESOL History of the English Language or TESOL Modern Grammar TESOL Linguistics and English Language Teaching TESOL Sociolinguistics TESOL 5000 TESOL TESOL TESOL Second Language Acquisition TESOL Methods Assessment in TESOL TESOL Practicum Note: *Undergraduate level courses are accepted, but graduate replacement courses are required to meet the credit hour MA requirement. 11

13 SLOs Student Learning Outcomes 1. Students will demonstrate understanding of language as a system, including phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, and semantics. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 1.a.) 2. Students will understand and apply theories and research in language acquisition and development to English language learning and teaching. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 1.b.). Students will know, understand, and use major theories and research related to the nature and role of culture in English language learning and teaching. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 2) 4. Students will know, understand, and apply concepts, research, and best practices to plan English language instruction. (TESOL/NCATE Standard.a.) 5. Students will know, manage, and implement a variety of standards-based teaching strategies and techniques for developing and integrating English listening, speaking, reading, and writing. (TESOL/NCATE Standard.b.) 6. Students will become familiar with a wide range of standards-based materials, resources, and technologies, and will choose, adapt, and use them in effective English language teaching. (TESOL/NCATE Standard.c.) 7. Students will demonstrate understanding of various assessment issues as they affect English language learners, such as accountability, bias, special education testing, language proficiency, and accommodations in formal testing situations. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 4.a.) 8. Students will know and use a variety of standards-based language proficiency instruments to show language growth and to inform English language instruction. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 4.b.) 9. Students will know and use a variety of performance-based assessment tools and techniques to inform English language instruction. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 4.c.) 10. Students will demonstrate knowledge of history, research, educational public policy, and current practice in the field of TESOL/Applied Linguistics and use this knowledge to inform English language learning and teaching. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 5.a.) 11. Students will take advantage of professional growth opportunities and demonstrate the ability to build partnerships with colleagues, serve as a resource, and advocate for linguistically and culturally diverse learners. (TESOL/NCATE Standard 5.b.) 12

14 Field Experience/Internship/Practicum To meet the practicum requirements the TESOL practicum student must: 1. Complete 90 hours in an English Language (EL) classroom context of his/her preference. These hours can be completed by being in the classroom full-time for three to four weeks depending on the context, or they can be spread out over an entire academic semester. Within the 90 contact hours, students should observe a minimum of 10 hours, work with individuals/small groups a minimum of 20 hours, and teach a minimum of three self-prepared lessons to the whole class. 2. Submit a record of his/her contact hours using the attached time sheet, a reflective practicum/teaching journal, three self-prepared lesson plans, and a final essay linking his/her practicum experience to second language acquisition theories and research.. Remain in contact with the practicum supervisor and schedule three classroom observations. (If the student is fulfilling the practicum requirements outside of the St. Charles/St. Louis area, he/she must arrange for the classroom observations to be recorded and sent to the practicum supervisor.) 1

15 FAQs Frequently Asked Questions 1. Where do I find the application of admission to the master s degree program? 2. How do I get an advisor? After you have completed the application process, please contact the education office at (66) or the Assistant Dean at (66) to be assigned to an advisor.. Where will I park and do I need a parking sticker? There are several parking lots on campus along with on street parking. It is wise to get a parking sticker. The cost is minimal. See the web address below for more information How much will tuition cost? Current educators receive an educator grant deduction of $60.00 per credit hour. Just make sure that the admissions advisor designates you as an educator. The cost of tuition varies by year so it is best to check with the business office or on the Lindenwood website for the latest tuition fees. 5. Who will evaluate my transcript? DESE will evaluate your transcript and indicate which classes you will need to be certified. You will need to apply to add the certification by completing the DESE form located on the DESE website. Additionally you will need to request a transcript from Lindenwood University. You should furnish Academic Services with a copy of your form so that they can send it directly to DESE. 6. How is the job market and do districts only hire from within? Districts look for the most qualified candidates to hire. No one can predict that there will always be job openings but you can rest assured that literacy will always be at the forefront of the educational system. 14

16 FAQs 7. Can I get a provisional certificate? DESE will indicate on your evaluation whether or not you are eligible for a provisional certificate. 8. How long will it take for me to complete the program? A student can usually complete the degree program in two years. This will vary with the number of classes taken per semester. Those students seeking certification only will complete the certification classes much faster depending on how many classes they need according to the DESE evaluation. 9. What do I have access to as a student? As a student at Lindenwood University you have access to many amenities such as a Fitness center, Butler Library with printing capabilities, computer labs on Lindenwood University s campus and at the remote locations, a writing center, online tutoring services that are available 24 hours a day, a Lionmail account, career development, the Student Counseling and Resource Center, and more. Students who are campus residents have access to the Student Health Center in the Spellmann Center. Fitness Center is open to students only. You must present your I.D. upon arrival. The hours of operation are: Monday Friday 6 a.m. 1 a.m. and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. 1 a.m. Writing Center is located in the lower level of the library. You can receive help with the writing process of your research assignments. For more information: (66) Butler Library allows you to have access to Mobius, Worldcat, E books, audiobooks, writing center, wireless services, and laptops. For library hours, staff, reference services, and other information, go to Career Development assists undergraduates and graduate students with searching and applying for jobs and interviewing. The career center has plenty of written handouts that will assist students with preparation for an interview and career searches. For more 15

17 FAQs information, please contact Dana Wehrli, Director of Career Development, at (66) or Brandi Goforth, Assistant Director of Career Development, at (66) What kind of housing is available to undergrad and grad students? There are graduate housing opportunities located minutes from the campus. Lindenwood University owns an apartment community and several homes in a nearby neighborhood. For further inquiries please call: Michelle Giessman at (66) , located on the third floor of Spellmann Center. 11. What are the main buildings on campus, where are they, and what schools are housed or what subjects do they house, typically. On the Heritage campus: Roemer - located inside Roemer are the following offices: accounting Business Office student refunds payroll/human resources accounts payable LCIE/GRAD business offices the executive offices In the lower level of Roemer are Financial Aid and Academic Services Academic Services has the following services: Academic Appeal Letter Requirements AP Exam Credits - LU Transfer Equivalencies Application for Degree 16

18 FAQs Degree Verification National Student Clearinghouse 1454 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 00 Herndon, VA Phone: (70) Fax: (70) Diploma Reprint Request Enrollment Verifications and Loan Deferments Petition for Policy Exemption Request for VA Certification Transcript Requests Transfer student evaluations Academic Services can be reached at: (66) How do students apply to be a graduate assistant? Any student interested in becoming a graduate assistant should contact Samantha Shadrach (66)

19 Appendix Appendix Table 1. English for Speakers of Other Languages, Grades K-12, Certification Matrix General Requirements College Course Number and Title Sem. Hrs. A valid Missouri permanent or professional certificate of license to teach I. Professional Requirements - may be part of the baccalaureate degree A. Psychology and Education of the EDU 4100/54100 Education of the Exceptional Child (including the Gifted) Exceptional Child B. Basic Reading Techniques for Secondary Teachers EDU 0700/50700 Reading in Content Area II. Professional Requirements for ESOL (21 semester hours) A. Linguistics and English Linguistics TESOL Linguistics and English Language Teaching B. Language and Culture or Sociolinguistics TESOL Sociolinguistics C. Second Language Acquisition TESOL 5000 Second Language Acquisition D. Methods of Teaching Second Language Students TESOL TESOL Methods E. Material for Teaching English to TESOL Assessment in TESOL Speakers of Other Languages and the Assessment of Speakers of Other Languages F. ESOL Practicum TESOL TESOL Practicum 18

20 G. Elective Coursework (): 1. English language 2. Reading. Composition 4. Early Childhood Education, 5. Bilingual Education or 6. Advanced Second Language Methods ENG 0400/TESOL History of English Language OR ENG 7200/TESOL Modern Grammar 19

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