257.370 Teaching Learners of English as Another Language 15 credits
A reflective approach to developing effective skills in the teaching of English as another language (TESOL), including assessment, planning, and the design of resource materials. Students will explore strategies for facilitating language learning in a range of specific contexts.
257.375 Learning English as Another Language 15 credits
A specialised study of the skills and processes involved in learning English as another language (ESOL) and the factors affecting success. Consideration will be given to the variety of learners in New Zealand; the interrelationship between language, culture and world-view; current theories on second language learning; and the analysis of the spoken and written language of new learners of English.
257.766 Leading TESOL in Diverse Contexts 30 credits
A study of the historical development of leadership theory and a contrastive examination of TESOL leadership in different international contexts.
257.767 Current Issues and Innovations in TESOL Leadership 30 credits
A study of issues and innovations in TESOL leadership and professional development, including factors such as context, global impacts, and new technologies.
257.769 Teaching Content to English Language Learners 30 credits
An in-depth, critical examination of theory, research, practice and issues relevant to integrated teaching and learning of content and English as an additional language for specific and academic purposes.
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