• This course looks at the critical foreign language educator in society, translingual practice and translanguaging in a global perspective, and the role of emotions in critical English language teaching. Some course time may also be devoted to the role of identity in language learning.

    Self enrolment: CELT 550: Globalization, World Englishes, Social Justice and ELT 2015
  • This course looks at different ways to teach literature and film in EFL settings. The readings also cover the basic concepts of film theory in order to equip teachers with a critical toolbox needed to discuss and analyze film, such as mise-en-scene, camera movement, cinematography, sound, and lighting. Time will also be devoted to literature topics such as the language of literature, the canon, genre, media literacy, postcolonialism, reader-response criticism, gender criticism, evaluation, and teaching novels, poetry, short stories, and drama,

    Self enrolment: CELT 551: Literature and Film in TESOL Education 2015
  • This course covers numerous educational theories pertaining to the Applied Linguistics field of Computer Assisted Language Learning. Practical aspects of multimedia use and technology are also related to language teaching contexts and the current state of practice.

    Self enrolment: MALL 502: Media Technology in Education
  • This course covers the theory, design, development, and deployment of multimedia-based content for language learning. Construction of content for immediate practitioner application, along with appropriate models of instruction, and the effective application of multimedia materials, is explored.

    Self enrolment: MALL 550: Design & Development of Interactive Multimedia Instructional Systems
  • This is a foundational and required course for TESOL-Multimedia majors. It covers numerous educational theories and research in historical, philosophical, socio-cultural, and other diverse contexts so that students can make connections between the various theoretical discourses, research and teaching practices they will experience or be engaged in the future. This is a seminar course in which students are asked to make presentations and lead discussions based on weekly readings.

    Self enrolment: TESOL 501: Issues in TESOL 2015
  • This course focuses on curriculum development and takes a global view of the process. Topics covered include needs analysis, situation analysis, syllabus design, course planning, instructional materials, evaluation, and institutional factors. Each topic is illustrated by examples from curricula used in different situations around the world. Assessment is continuous and involves creating an ideal curriculum for a real or imagined teaching situation.

    Self enrolment: TESOL 502: ESL/EFL Curriculum and Materials Development 2015
  • TESOL 551 is a peer/community supported course experience designed to allow the students (and the professor) the opportunity to explore the cutting edge of where neuroscience, psychology and English language teaching intersect.  This course explores YOU as a teacher of EFL looking for ways to incorporate the newest knowledge on learning and the brain.  There are three basic parts of this course: the nuts and bolts of neuroscience, how neuroscience is expanding our understanding of brain, language, and cognitive development, some key themes of recent neuroscientific discoveries and how they relate to ELT.

    Guest access: TESOL 551: Neuroscience and ELTSelf enrolment: TESOL 551: Neuroscience and ELT