EDU 223C
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Focuses on the development of the knowledge and skills needed in tutoring ESOL learners. Includes useful techniques in the field, including the strategies for tutoring learners in developing reading comprehension skills. Through interactive instruction, group discussions, and practical activities, students will demonstrate a clear understanding of their role as educational supporters of ESOL teachers and language tutors in assisting ESOL learners with school work, cultural transition, and social interaction. This course includes a minimum of 45 hours of practicum, which provides the opportunity to apply the techniques learned in class. (Prerequisite: EDU 101C or EDU 104C and/or permission of the department chair)