Language & Culture in Educ (EDLC)

EDLC 400  Socioculturl Analysis Ed  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 414  Theory Secnd Lang Acquis  (3 semester hours)  
Course content includes theoretical perspectives in first and second language learning, language teaching methodologies, assessment, identification, and program placement for Limited English Proficient students. The course provides an introduction to instructional strategies including English Language Development (ELD), Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE), and cooperative learning. Historical, political, legal, and social factors related to second language acquisition are addressed, including the history of bilingual education; federal, state, and local legislation; bilingual education models; and the role of parents and paraprofessionals in English language development. Fieldwork in a setting with English language learners is a required component of this class. Sophomore or higher standing required.
EDLC 415  Politics of Education  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 416  Methodology for Primary Language Instruction in a Bilingual Setting  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 418  Bilingualism & Biliteracy  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 420  Chicano-Latino Culture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective  (3 semester hours)  
The presentation of a cultural analysis of the diversity within Chicano/Latino groups. Historical, political, economic, and social issues will be addressed, including the expression of culture in areas such as language, literature, and religion. Special approval required.
EDLC 425  Methods in English Lanaguage Development and Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 498  Special Studies  (1-3 semester hours)  
EDLC 499  Independent Studies  (1-3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5000  Cultural Paradigms of Education  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5002  Survey of Second Language Acquisition Theories  (2 semester hours)  
EDLC 5003  Theories of Second Language Acquisition  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5200  Method in English Language Development & Specially Designed Acad Instruction in English - Elementary  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5250  Method in English Language Development & Specially Designed Acad Instruction in English - Secondary  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5320  Chicano/Latino Cultures: An Interdisciplinary Perspective  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5321  Applied Linguistics  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5322  Intercultural Education  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5323  Bilingualism, Cognition, and Identity  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5324  Bilingualism & Biliteracy  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5325  Curriculum and Instructional Leadership in a Bilingual Setting  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5330  Chinese/American/American Chinese Cultures: An Interdisciplinary Perspective  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5998  Special Studies  (1-3 semester hours)  
EDLC 5999  Independent Studies  (1-3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6000  Education & Politics  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6001  Teach Cult/Lang Div Stdnts  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6100  Anrhropological Analysis of Cultural Diversity  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6320  Methodology for Primary Language Instruction in a Bilingual Setting  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6321  Seminar in Second Language Literacy  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6322  Language Ideologies, Planning, and Policies  (3 semester hours)  
This course addresses the assumptions, power relations, and beliefs involved in language policies as they relate to education, work, and societal norms. Analysis of international, national, and local practices, socio-historical, and political development of multilingual school is emphasized.
EDLC 6323  Ethnolinguistics  (3 semester hours)  
Utilizing an anthropological-linguistic approach to the study of the interrelation between a language and culture, this course focuses particularly in the ways that ethnicity, group status, gender, and class impact the relationships between minority and majority groups.
EDLC 6324  Tech in Multilingual Settings  (3 semester hours)  
Offered as an elective, this course emphasizes the use of instructional technologies with multilingual populations. Of particular emphasis is the bridging of the Digital Divide, access and equity in technology with diverse populations, and uses of instructional technology within dual language contexts.
EDLC 6325  International Perspectives in Bilingual/Intercultural Education  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6326  Bilingual/Ldrshp/Intcltrl Educ  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6330  Methodology for Chinese Language Instruction in Bilingual Settings  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6340  Educational Linguistics  (3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6955  Master's Thesis I  (1 semester hour)  
This course is intended for students working on a master's thesis. The committee chair provides ongoing support for the master's thesis. Credit/No Credit. Prerequisite: EDLA 6950.
EDLC 6956  Master's Thesis II  (1 semester hour)  
A continuation of Master's Thesis I for students who have not completed their master's thesis. Credit/No Credit. Special approval required.
EDLC 6957  Master's Thesis III  (1 semester hour)  
A continuation of Master's Thesis II for students who have not completed their master's thesis. Credit/No Credit. Special approval required.
EDLC 6995  Comp Exam:  (0 semester hours)  
EDLC 6998  Special Studies  (1-3 semester hours)  
EDLC 6999  Independent Studies  (1-3 semester hours)