Teaching English as a Second Language - Minor
Students with a minor in TESL explore teaching English as a second language (ESL) to immigrants and refugees as a future career and can prepare to teach English as an international language overseas. In addition to four required language studies courses in the English department, students complete a semester-long (or equivalent) teaching practicum at an adult learning center in the Twin Cities or overseas at one of several sites. The minor takes a critical perspective on language and English language teaching and learning and embraces linguistic variation and diversity.
This minor is offered in the College for Women only.
|ENGL 2350||Grammar in Practice||4|
|ENGL 2470||Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)||4|
|ENGL 3450||Linguistic Analysis||4|
|Select one from:||4|
|Language in Society|
|World Englishes: Past and Present|
|Language as Power|
|ENGL 4702||Internship in TESL||2-4|
|or ENGL 4704|