CCL Bilingual Education/Dual Language Immersion (BE/DLI)
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses required within the program.
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Bilingual Education/Dual Language Immersion (BE/DLI) program is designed for educators pursuing bilingual education endorsement. The BE/DLI Certificate program is designed to prepare educators to be culturally responsive to the needs of language learners, become advocates for strong program models, and implement effective instructional strategies within BE/DLI programs. Coursework is designed to address foundations for serving language learners, BE/DLI methods and assessment, and linguistics, providing the cultural and pedagogical knowledge needed to engage learners in quality educational experiences. Includes required coursework toward Bilingual Education Endorsement provided by the Arizona Department of Education. Valid Arizona teaching certificate is required for state endorsement.
|EDU220||Introduction to Serving English Language Learners (ELL) (3) OR|
|EPD220||Introduction to Serving English Language Learners for Certified Teachers (3)||3|
|EDU230||Cultural Diversity in Education||3|
|EDU233||Structured English Immersion, English as a Second Language, and Bilingual Teaching Methods (3) OR|
|EPD233||Structured English Immersion and English as a Second Language Teaching Methods for Teachers (3) OR|
|EPD241||Bilingual/Dual Language Immersion Methods (3)||3|
|EPD244||Reading and Writing in SEI/ESL/Bilingual Settings||3|
|EPD246||Teaching and Assessment of English Language Learners (ELL)||3|
|EPD247||Practicum for English as a Second Language (ESL)/Bilingual Teachers (3) OR|
|Two years of full-time bilingual teaching experience verified by the District Superintendent or Personnel Director (0)||0-3|
|ENG213||Introduction to the Study of Language (3) OR|
|SLC201||Introduction to Linguistics (3)||3|
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