Credit units: 1
Department: Curriculum Studies
This one-credit course is a prerequisite for ECUR 446.3 and ECUR 448.3. CERTESL students must complete, document, and submit reports on a minimum of 10 hours of ESL classroom observations prior to registration in the practicum or project. In addition to providing 10 of the English language classroom observation hours required by accrediting bodies, this module prepares participants for the practicum or project by ensuring that the academic coursework completed prior to the practicum or project is informed by real world exposure to English language learners, teachers and institutional settings, and by reflective learning on the observation experience with specific reference to concepts taught in academic TESL/TEAL courses.
Restriction(s): Must be enrolled in the CERTESL Undergraduate Certificate Program.
Corequisite(s): ECUR 391.3
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