Master's Degree in TESOL in San Diego in USA

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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is designed for individuals who want to work in language instruction. In a TESOL program, students may learn about language acquisition and how to teach grammar, pronunciation, writing and reading.

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Master of Education in TESOL, Literacy and Culture

University Of San Diego School of Leadership and Education Sciences
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 USA San Diego

Master’s students in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Literacy and Culture develop a scholarly and practical approach to teaching English to speakers of other languages. The program focuses on culture, linguistics, second language acquisition, and methodology of teaching English as a second, foreign and international language, and a sound understanding of the complexities of working with linguistically and culturally diverse populations within the United States and in international contexts. [+]

Masters in TESOL in San Diego in USA. Master’s students in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Literacy and Culture develop a scholarly and practical approach to teaching English to speakers of other languages. The program focuses on culture, linguistics, second language acquisition, and methodology of teaching English as a second, foreign and international language, and a sound understanding of the complexities of working with linguistically and culturally diverse populations within the United States and in international contexts. Candidates are prepared to work effectively in adult education settings, such as community colleges, universities, adult education centers, and language academies in the United States and abroad. The program provides over 150 hours of observation, teaching experiences, and research practice in TESOL classrooms. What can I do with this degree? Graduates typically go on to teach English to adult speakers of other languages in community colleges, English languages academies, or in elementary through adult contexts abroad. Students who already hold a teaching credential pursue this degree program to enhance their current work and many continue to teach in K-12 school settings after the completion of this degree, but it is important to note that a California teaching credential for the K-12 sector is not included in the course of study. Who should apply? This program is designed to prepare students to enter the profession of TESOL without prior teaching experience required (though it is helpful). TESOL students include recent college graduates, career changers and educators who wish to develop their... [-]