MA/TESL Learning Outcomes

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MA/TESL Learning Outcomes 1. Students will demonstrate understanding of the nature and structure of language, and the structure of English, on phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic, discourse and pragmatic levels. 2. Students will demonstrate understanding of the process of language acquisition and its effects on language learning. 3. Students will demonstrate understanding of the socio-cultural contexts in which languages are acquired and their effects on communication and language learning. 4. Students will demonstrate sensitivity to diverse cultures both within and outside the United States, and knowledge of the role English has played and plays in the the world. 5. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the principles of course design, curriculum development, language assessment. 6. Students will demonstrate understanding of principles of language pedagogy, and ability to apply them effectively in a variety of teaching contexts. 7. Students will demonstrate the ability to reflect and evaluate on own teaching practice, to evaluate theories, methods, techniques, and materials. 8. Students will demonstrate the ability to express thoughts in writing and orally; to develop and support ideas, synthesize information, present information clearly in papers and oral presentations, and to follow conventions of the discipline for citations. 9. Students will demonstrate professional and collaborative interpersonal skills. 10. Students will demonstrate knowledge of how research is conducted in the field and an ability to conduct and analyze their own research.

  1. Students will demonstrate understanding of the nature and structure of language, and the structure of English, on phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic, discourse and pragmatic levels.
  2. Students will demonstrate understanding of the process of language acquisition and its effects on language learning.
  3. Students will demonstrate understanding of the socio-cultural contexts in which languages are acquired and their effects on communication and language learning.
  4. Students will demonstrate sensitivity to diverse cultures both within and outside the United States, and knowledge of the role English has played and plays in the world.
  5. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the principles of course design, curriculum development, and language assessment.
  6. Students will demonstrate understanding of principles of language pedagogy, and ability to apply them effectively in a variety of teaching contexts.
  7. Students will demonstrate the ability to reflect and evaluate on their own teaching practice, to evaluate theories, methods, techniques, and materials.
  8. Students will demonstrate the ability to express thoughts in writing and orally; to develop and support ideas, synthesize information, present information clearly in papers and oral presentations, and to follow conventions of the discipline for citations.
  9. Students will demonstrate professional and collaborative interpersonal skills.
  10. Students will demonstrate knowledge of how research is conducted in the field and an ability to conduct and analyze their own research.

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