MFL-447 Theoretical Foundations/Bilingual Ed/ESL

An overview of legal mandates and an analysis of the models and typologies of bilingual education and second / foreign language programs that aim to achieve bilingualism and biliteracy in a multicultural society. The course examines the socio-cultural issues surrounding linguistic minority education from a historical perspective as well as from a contemporary and local perspective. The course explores the design, implementation, and adaptation of curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of the community in its demographic context. (Cross-listed as EDU-447) Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing


3 credits

Cross Listed Courses



Junior or senior standing