EDU 540 Content Area English as a Second Language

This course explores Sheltered English Instruction by studying and using the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) as a model for sheltered instruction. Participants in the course will learn how to deliver high-quality and effective sheltered instruction and how to create instructional materials using this model. The ultimate goal of this course is to explore the different content areas in both school and the work place to be able to translate instruction into meaningful learning. Studying sheltered instruction offers teacher candidates a model for lesson planning and implementation that provides English learners with access to grade-level content standards. Emphasis will be placed on the academic language demands required by the state of New York as articulated in the Common Core and English Language Proficiency Standards documents. This course has a co-requisite.




EDU 519


EDU 541


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