ble571 | Graduate
Instructional Techniques And Methods
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Historical Methods, Theories, and Strategies Related to Instruction
- Describe how instruction relates to language acquisition stages.
- Identify learning strategies used by bilingual learners.
- Compare instructional strategies for bilingual learners, including those that make use of technology.
- Explain the importance of basic interpersonal communication skills and cognitive academic language proficiency skills to the instruction of bilingual learners.
- Identify the characteristics of thematic instruction.
- Identify historical methods for instructing bilingual learners.
- Explain language acquisition theories.
Applying Methodologies and Assessment
- Identify the components of the major models for instructing bilingual learners.
- Create a classroom environment that supports the instruction of bilingual learners.
- Describe the purposes of assessment in the content areas and for language acquisition.
Honoring Cultural Diversity
- Describe how students develop their cultural identities.
- Explain the role of culture in language minority achievement.
- Analyze the influence of cultural diversity on instruction.
Involving Parents/Guardians and the Community
- Define key components of effective parent/guardian and community involvement programs.
- Explain how culture influences parent/guardian involvement strategies.
- Identify how to involve culturally diverse parents/guardians and community members in instruction.
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