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Event: Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
When: Mon, Aug 4 – Fri, Aug 8
Description: Focuses on the understanding of the phonological and grammatical aspects of the English language from the perspective of the ESL teacher and the language learner. Students will explore various techniques and methods for teaching English grammar and pronunciation as well as analyze the language of non-native speakers through recorded interviews. Based on the premise that English language teachers must know the intricacies of their own language in order to teach it. Prerequisite: Methods Course (ELL 470/570)

Undergraduate: ELL 485 (0001)
Class Number: 60460
Graduate: ELL 585 (0001)
Class Number: 60500
Date: August 4 – August 8, 2014
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm (M-F)
Instructor: Arthur (Bart) Weyand

Location: Shibles Hall 313

Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
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Event: Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
When: Mon, Aug 4 – Fri, Aug 8
Description: Focuses on the understanding of the phonological and grammatical aspects of the English language from the perspective of the ESL teacher and the language learner. Students will explore various techniques and methods for teaching English grammar and pronunciation as well as analyze the language of non-native speakers through recorded interviews. Based on the premise that English language teachers must know the intricacies of their own language in order to teach it. Prerequisite: Methods Course (ELL 470/570)

Undergraduate: ELL 485 (0001)
Class Number: 60460
Graduate: ELL 585 (0001)
Class Number: 60500
Date: August 4 – August 8, 2014
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm (M-F)
Instructor: Arthur (Bart) Weyand

Location: Shibles Hall 313

Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
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Event: Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
When: Mon, Aug 4 – Fri, Aug 8
Description: Focuses on the understanding of the phonological and grammatical aspects of the English language from the perspective of the ESL teacher and the language learner. Students will explore various techniques and methods for teaching English grammar and pronunciation as well as analyze the language of non-native speakers through recorded interviews. Based on the premise that English language teachers must know the intricacies of their own language in order to teach it. Prerequisite: Methods Course (ELL 470/570)

Undergraduate: ELL 485 (0001)
Class Number: 60460
Graduate: ELL 585 (0001)
Class Number: 60500
Date: August 4 – August 8, 2014
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm (M-F)
Instructor: Arthur (Bart) Weyand

Location: Shibles Hall 313

Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
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Event: Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
When: Mon, Aug 4 – Fri, Aug 8
Description: Focuses on the understanding of the phonological and grammatical aspects of the English language from the perspective of the ESL teacher and the language learner. Students will explore various techniques and methods for teaching English grammar and pronunciation as well as analyze the language of non-native speakers through recorded interviews. Based on the premise that English language teachers must know the intricacies of their own language in order to teach it. Prerequisite: Methods Course (ELL 470/570)

Undergraduate: ELL 485 (0001)
Class Number: 60460
Graduate: ELL 585 (0001)
Class Number: 60500
Date: August 4 – August 8, 2014
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm (M-F)
Instructor: Arthur (Bart) Weyand

Location: Shibles Hall 313

Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
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Event: Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
When: Mon, Aug 4 – Fri, Aug 8
Description: Focuses on the understanding of the phonological and grammatical aspects of the English language from the perspective of the ESL teacher and the language learner. Students will explore various techniques and methods for teaching English grammar and pronunciation as well as analyze the language of non-native speakers through recorded interviews. Based on the premise that English language teachers must know the intricacies of their own language in order to teach it. Prerequisite: Methods Course (ELL 470/570)

Undergraduate: ELL 485 (0001)
Class Number: 60460
Graduate: ELL 585 (0001)
Class Number: 60500
Date: August 4 – August 8, 2014
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm (M-F)
Instructor: Arthur (Bart) Weyand

Location: Shibles Hall 313

Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition (ELL 485/585)
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Event: Holiday (Office Closed)
When: Mon, Sep 1
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Curriculum and Development in ESL/EFL Contexts (must be registered)
Fall Classes Begin
Methods of the Teaching of ESL (must be registered)

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Event: Curriculum and Development in ESL/EFL Contexts (must be registered)
When: Tue, Sep 2
Description: Description: Intensively reviews curriculum development principles important in contexts where instructional content is made appropriate for language learners. These principles will be applied to develop or adapt a curriculum for a specific ESL or EFL context. Prerequisite: Methods Course (ELL 470/570)
Undergraduate: ELL 475 (0001) Class Number: 83341
Graduate: ELL 575 (0001) Class Number: 83342
Date: September 2 – December 12, 2014 Time: Online Course
Location: Online Course Instructor: Shelly Chasse-Johndro
Location: Online
Event: Fall Classes Begin
When: Tue, Sep 2
Event: Methods of the Teaching of ESL (must be registered)
When: Tue, Sep 2 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Description: Description: Includes the basic principles underlying ESL pedagogy, current ESL trends, techniques for teaching students at different levels, and minority students. Students will review published materials, develop activities, plan lessons, and compile a teaching portfolio.
Undergraduate: ELL 470 (0001) Class Number: 81524
Graduate: ELL 570 (0001) Class Number: 81901
Date: September 2 – December 12, 2014
Location: Little Hall 219, University of Maine
Day and Time: Thursday 5:00 – 8:00pm
Instructor: Jane Smith

Note: This course is also cross listed with MLC 466 and MLC 566: The Teaching of Modern Languages.
Location: Location: Little Hall 219, University of Maine

Curriculum and Development in ESL/EFL Contexts (must be registered)
Fall Classes Begin
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