Certificate in English as a Second Language (ESL) for Teachers

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Overview:

A working knowledge of academic and conversational English opens the doors of opportunity for countless new Americans. The English as a Second Language program at Concordia will provide you with a minor degree or certificate to become a licensed ESL instructor. Class instructors pass their ESL classroom experience directly to you, starting with the fundamentals of how to teach in a range of settings from large non-profit centers, small classrooms, or one-on-one settings.

The ESL curriculum can be taken as a minor or certification program. Individuals who complete the ESL program who are currently licensed or eligible for Wisconsin DPI Teacher licensure are eligible for the ESL #395 license.

Area of Study Education
Next Start Date Start Anytime
Credits

18

Cost/Credit

$548

Total Cost

$9,864

Higher Learning Commission of the NCACS
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I love Concordia - I'm finding that I can use the authentic reading strategies immediately in my classroom with measurable results."
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Goals / Objectives

  • Effectively lead instruction in academic english comprehension and understanding
  • Best practices in teaching advanced english vocabulary and syntax
  • A solid theoretical and practical foundation in the methodology of foreign language learning
  • Eligible for Wisconsin DPI Teacher licensure: ESL #395

Career Outlook

  • English as a Second Language Teacher
  • Teacher in a blended (English and Non-English speaking) school
  • ESL Tutor
  • ESL Program Director

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English as a Second Language

Study of a Modern Foreign Language –
with a minimum of 6 residence credits (Note: up to
6 retroactive credits may

Cross-Cultural Communication (COMM 460) - Credits: 3

Course Description

CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION stresses individual participation in intercultural human transactions. The various obstacles of trust and understanding found between culturally diverse groups will be studied. Prerequisite: COMM 105 or 201, ENG 104.
Basic English Linguistics (ENG 240EL)
No course description at this time.
Literacy: Reading Writing, and Grammar Strategies (ED 316EL)
No course description at this time.
Accommodating Differences in Literacy Learners (ED 317EL)
No course description at this time.

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