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Course Description

Acquire hands-on experience applying what you have learned. Observe an experienced teacher in a natural classroom setting. Write an observation journal. Plan, receive feedback on and implement your own lesson plan. Complete a narrative self-reflection article on your teaching experience. Prerequisite: students must complete with a passing grade: ESL-380: Introduction to Teaching ESL; ESL-382: Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary; ESL-383: Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar; ESL-384: Teaching ESL/EFL Reading prior to registering for this course.  ENG-101 eligibility is strongly recommended. For questions about this recommendation, please contact the English Language Learning office at esloffice@aacc.edu.

Learner Outcomes

Demonstrate fundamental reflective observation techniques; Plan and conduct teaching lessons using communicative methods and techniques; Demonstrate essential classroom management techniques; Practice authentic assessment techniques in class; Use assessment activities to determine students' English proficiency levels.

Prerequisites

Student must have completed the following courses with a passing grade to be eligible for enrollment in this course: ESL-380: Introduction to Teaching ESL; ESL-382: Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary; ESL-383: Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar; ESL-384: Teaching ESL/EFL Reading

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
ESL Teacher Practicum
Type
Online
Dates
Apr 24, 2024 to Jun 09, 2024
Schedule
Contact Hours
10.0
Location
  • Off Campus
Delivery Options
Registration Fee
Drop Request Deadline
Apr 23, 2024
Section Transfer Request Deadline
Apr 23, 2024
Instructors
  • Owen Andrews
  • Brandon Wilkening
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