Minutes 12-3-2003

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
MINUTES
December 3, 2003
SYLVANIA CAMPUS, CC BLDG, SPRUCE ROOM
3:00 - 5:00 pm
 


Members Present (X)

X Kendra Cawley, Chair RC 7/202 X Pam Kessinger, RC 2/245 X Mike Cleghorn, CA JH 202
X Michael Marciniak, CA SC 206 X Marlene Eid, RC 3/201 X Porter Raper, CA SC 206
X Jeff Josifek, CA JH 202 X Adrian Rodriguez, SY CC 216 X Diane Kamali, CA SC 206
  Dieterich Steinmetz, SY HT 305 X Joe Wright, WCWTC 1506    

 

Non-Voting Support Members Present (X)

  Amy Alday-Murray, RC 2/123d X Sally Stilwell, RC 2/123d X Frost Johnson, RC 2/122
X Guy Sievert, SY CC 232 X Susan Wilson, CA SSB 116    

 

Guests:

Josette Beach, Dan Dougherty, Catherine Sills, Alejandra Bonifacino, Dan Findley, Gary Smith, Cece Custforth, John Farnum, Joe Urbina , Kate Dins, Erika Heider, Judy Voth , Vinh Te Do, Kay Peterson, Susan Williams.

OLD BUSINESS

143. CIS 185 COMPUTER, ETHICS AND MULTICULTURAL ISSUES NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 lab, 4 cr
Discusses the ethical and social issues around the use of computer technology. Computer use has created unique ethical issues that are not addressed in traditional ethics. For computer professionals and even casual computer users, its imperative not only to explore what we can do with computer technology, but our ethical responsibilities in using that technology. Recommended prerequisite: CIS 120 or instructor permission.
30 character title for student transcript: Computers & Ethics
Requested implementation term: 200304
RECOMMENDED with change in title: COMPUTERS AND ETHICS; Change to recommendation as follows: Recommended: CIS 120; or instructor permission. PREREQUISITE: WR 121. This course was resubmitted as a 3 credit course and recommended on 12/03/03

143a. PHL 185 COMPUTER ETHICS NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Discusses the ethical and social issues around the use of computer technology. Computer use has created unique ethical issues that are not addressed in traditional ethics. For computer professionals and even casual computer users, its imperative not only to explore what we can do with computer technology, but our ethical responsibilities in using that technology.
Recommended: College-level reading and writing.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

22. HIM 105 ANCILLARY INFORMATION ANALYSIS PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: HIM 111; BI 55 or concurrent enrollment in BI 122 or BI 233.
Requested implementation term: 200401

23. HIM 131 MEDICAL SCIENCE PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: HIM 111; BI 55 or concurrent enrollment in BI 122 or BI 233.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

24. HIM 136 MEDICATIONS PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisite from course
Currently: Prerequisite: HIM 111
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

25. HIM 141 HEALTH RECORD CONTENT 2 PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisite: HIM 140
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

26. HIM 270 CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS 1 PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: BI 122 or BI 233; MP 111, 131, 105, 107, 140, 182
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

27. HIM 271 QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 140, 121
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

28. HIM 272 HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 110, 120, 131
Requested implementation term: 200401.
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

29. HIM 281 DATA MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS 1 PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 105, 107, 131, 140. Corequisites: MP 136, 140.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

30. HIM 283 HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 110, 140, 182
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

31. HIM 292 HEALTH INFORMATION DIRECTED PRACTICE 1 PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisite: MP 140
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

32. HIM 293 HEALTH INFORMATION DIRECTED PRACTICE 2 PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisite: HIM 292
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

33. HIM 294 HEALTH INFORMATION DIRECTED PRACTICE 3 PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 141, 293
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

34. DT 285 DENTAL SEMINAR AND PRACTICUM COURSE TITLE CHANGE, CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Current Title: Dental Seminar
Proposed: 1 lec, 3 lab, 2 cr
Currently: 2 lec, 2 cr
Proposed Learning Outcome Change see attached
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

 

NEW BUSINESS

52. GD 139 ILLUSTRATION FOR GRAPHIC DESIGNERS COURSE NUMBER CHANGE

Current Course Number: GD 239
Requested implementation term: 200401
Forwarded to Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs

53. GD 140 DIGITAL PAGE DESIGN 1- TITLE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Current Description: Explores beginning level graphic design and publishing using Macintosh computers with QuarkXPress software. Introduces typography design, basic page layout, computer file management, professional methods of design organization, keyboard work and the foundations of computer use in single-page layouts. To be taken sequentially. Placement permission slip required.
Proposed Prerequisite: PT 136; GD 120 and GD 140.
Current Prerequisite: PT 131 or 136; GD 114 and GD 120
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

54. GD 141 DIGITAL PAGE DESIGN 2 - TITLE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Current Title: QuarkXPress Design 2
Proposed Description: Intermediate course covering professional layout and design of multi-page documents. Focuses on using creativity to solve design projects. Additional course topics include basic prepress and output, file management and industry-standard design processes. Placement permission slip required.
Current Description: Intermediate course covering professional layout and design of multi-page documents using QuarkXPress software on the Macintosh platform. Focuses on using creativity to solve design projects. Include basic prepress and output, file management and industry-standard design processes. Placement permission slip required.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

55. GD 150 DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE NUMBER CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Current Title: Adobe Illustrator Design Current Course Number: GD 240
Proposed Description: Explores vector drawing tools and techniques using professional software in creating appropriate solutions to graphic design problems. To be taken sequentially. Placement permission slip required.
Current Description: Explores tools and techniques of Adobe Illustrator, and its use in creating appropriate solutions to graphic design problems. To be taken sequentially. Placement permission slip required.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED eliminating to be taken sequentially in proposed description and implementation date: 200402

56. GD 221 GRAPHIC DESIGN 4 COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed Description: Second-year course focusing on Publication Design. Single-page and multiple-page projects will emphasize hierarchy, eye flow, structure and organization. Projects, lessons and exercises are intended to build on first-year skills in typography and design using professional page layout software. Advanced computer production techniques will build on previous coursework.
Current Description: Second-year course focusing on Publication Design. Single-page and multiple-page projects will emphasize hierarchy, eye flow, structure and organization. Projects, lessons and exercises are intended to build on first-year skills in typography and design using QuarkXPress for page layout. Advanced computer production techniques will build on previous coursework.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

57. GD 222 GRAPHIC DESIGN 5 COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed Description: Second-year course focusing on Logo Design and Identity Systems. Create design solutions to communicate client and product image through logos, logotypes, icons, and symbols. Projects, lessons and exercises draw on the students previous coursework in typography and design.
Current Description: Second-year course focusing on Logo Design and Identity Systems. Create design solutions to communicate client and product image through logos, logotypes, icons, and symbols. Projects, lessons and exercises draw on previous coursework in typography and design using QuarkXPress and Adobe Illustrator.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

58. GD 223 GRAPHIC DESIGN 6 COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed Description: Second-year course exploring 3-Dimensional Graphics and Package Design. Create graphic design projects combining hand built structures and computer generated graphics. Projects, lessons and exercises draw on previous work in typography and design.
Current Description Second-year course exploring 3-Dimensional Graphics and Package Design. Create graphic design projects combining hand built structures and computer generated graphics. Projects, lessons and exercises draw on previous work in typography and design using QuarkXPress, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

59. GD 228 PROFESSIONAL STUDIO PRACTICES PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: GD 150, 221, and 241.
Currently: GD 221, 240, and 241.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

60. GD 241 DIGITAL IMAGING 1 COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Current Title: Adobe Photoshop Design 1
Proposed Description: Using professional software to explore digital image editing, photo manipulation and layer compositing. File formats, techniques and tools most used by graphic designers are emphasized. Projects are designed to achieve basic understanding of the software. To be taken sequentially. Placement permission slip required.
Current Description: Using Adobe Photoshop to explore image editing, photo manipulation and layer compositing. File formats, techniques and tools most used by graphic designers, emphasized. Projects are designed to achieve basic understanding of the software. To be taken Sequentially. Placement permission slip required. Second year status in the Graphic Design program required.
Proposed Prerequisite: GD 150
Current Prerequisite: GD 240
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED adding Second year status in the Graphic Design program required to proposed course description and eliminating to be taken sequentially in proposed description and implementation date: 200402

61. GD 242 COMBINED GRAPHIC PROGRAMS COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed Description: Create graphic elements in multiple programs and explore importing, exporting and assembling in other programs. Advanced techniques are used to study cross-application issues. Placement permission slip required.
Current Description: Create graphic elements in multiple programs and explore importing, exporting, and assembling in other programs. Advanced QuarkXPress, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop techniques are used to study cross-application issues. Placement permission slip required.
Proposed Prerequisite: GD 150 and 241
Current Prerequisite: GD 240 and 241
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

62. GD 243 DIGITAL IMAGING 2 COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Current Title: Adobe Photoshop Design 2
Proposed Description: Introduces advanced techniques in color correction and image manipulation for print and web-based graphics. The study of masks, channels and advanced selection methods will be incorporated in professional-level design projects. Export formats and cross-application issues are covered.
Current Description: Introduces advanced techniques in color correction and image manipulation for print and web-based graphics using Adobe Photoshop. The study of masks, channels and advanced selection methods will be incorporated in professional-level design projects. Export formats and cross-application issues are covered.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation date: 200402

63. SPA 217, 218, 219 - REQUEST FOR GENERAL EDUCATION, CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND AAOT "B" LIST DESIGNATIONS

RECOMMENDED with Committee suggestion to review the course descriptions for each course to better reflect the content of the course and to include Recommend: Completion of SPA 203 or 251 or equivalent level course; or instructor permission in the description as well.

64. G 200 PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY: FIELD GEOLOGY COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

WITHDRAWN BY ORIGINATOR

65. ABE 0741 ABE: BEGINNING LITERACY COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Change from lec/lab, 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings, to lecture (only), 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

66. ABE 0742 ABE: BEGINNING COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Change from lec/lab, 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings, to lecture (only), 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

67. ABE 0743 ABE: INTERMEDIATE I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Change from lec/lab, 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings, to lecture (only), 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

68. ABE 0744 ABE: INTERMEDIATE II COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Change from lec/lab, 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings, to lecture (only), 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

69. ABE 0745 ABE: SECONDARY I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Change from lec/lab, 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings, to lecture (only), 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

70. ABE 0746 ABE: SECONDARY II COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Change from lec/lab, 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings, to lecture (only), 12 hrs/wk days and 5 hrs/wk evenings.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

71. DH 208 COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH I COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Community Dental Health Education
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

72. DH 228 HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY - COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Oral Anatomy
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

73. DH 252 COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH II COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Community Dentistry I
Requested implementation term: 200501
RECOMMENDED

74. DH 253 COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH III COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Community Dentistry II
Requested implementation term: 200502
RECOMMENDED

75. CIS 135D DATABASE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT II: VBA COURSE NUMBER CHANGE

Current Number: 235D
Requested implementation term: 200401
Forwarded to Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs

76. CIS 178 APPLIED INTERNET CONCEPTS COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Introduction to the Internet
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

77. CIS 240L LINUX INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Operating Systems II: Linux
30 character title for student transcript: Linux Installation and Config.
Requested implementation term: 200402
Forwarded to Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs

78. CIS 240M MICROSOFT WINDOWS WORKSTATION INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Network Administration I: Linux
30 character title for student transcript: Linux Network Administration
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED with correction to current title to: Operating Systems II: Microsoft and correction to 30 character title to: MS Windows WS Inst. And Config.

79. CIS 279L LINUX NETWORK ADMINISTRATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Network Administration I: Linux
30 character title for student transcript: Linux Network Administration
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

80. CIS 288L LINUX SECURITY COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Network Administration II: Linux
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

81. CIS 279M MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER ADMINISTRATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Network Administration I: Microsoft
30 character title for student transcript: MS Windows Server Admin
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

82. CIS 288M MICROSOFT NETWORK ADMINISTRATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Network Administration II: Microsoft
30 character title for student transcript: MS Network Administration
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

83. CIS 289M MICROSOFT ACTIVE DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Network Administration III: Microsoft
30 character title for student transcript: MS Active Directory Admin
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

84. CG 140A CAREER & LIFE PLANNING COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Career Development
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

85. CG 140B CAREER & LIFE PLANNING COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Career Development
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

86. CG 140C CAREER & LIFE PLANNING COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current Title: Career Development
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

87. MTH 243 STATISTICS I COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed Description: Topics include displaying data with graphs, numerical descriptions of data, producing data, elementary probability, probability distributions, and introduction to confidence intervals. Applications are investigated from science, business, and social science perspectives. Software is integrated throughout the course. TI graphing calculator with advanced statistical programs required, see instructor. Prerequisite: MTH 111B or MTH 111C and placement into WR 121.
Current Description: Topics include displaying data with graphs, numerical descriptions of data, producing data, elementary probability, probability distributions, and introduction to confidence intervals. Applications are investigated from science, business, and social science perspectives. Statistical software is integrated throughout the course. TI graphing calculator required, see instructor at first class meeting. Prerequisites: MTH 111B or 111C and placement into WR 121.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

88. MTH 244 STATISTICS II COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed Description: Topics include confidence interval estimation; tests of significance including z-tests, t-tests, ANOVA, and chi-square; and inference for linear regression. Applications are investigated from science, business, and social science perspective. Software is integrated throughout the course. TI graphing calculator with advanced statistical programs required, see instructor. Prerequisites: MTH 243 and placement into WR 121.
Current Description: Topics include confidence interval estimation; tests of significance including z-tests, t-tests, ANOVA, and chi-square; and inference for linear regression. Applications are investigated from science, business, and social science perspectives. Statistical software is integrated throughout the course. TI graphing calculator required, see instructor at first class meeting. Prerequisites: MTH 243 and placement into WR 121.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

89. ED 123 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES: READING NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Introduces components of the reading process and techniques for teaching reading to kindergarten through grade 8 students. Includes assessment and methods for teaching students with special needs. Prerequisites: WR 115; RD 115.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

90. ED 124 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES: MATHEMATICS/SCIENCE NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Presents strategies for teaching, reinforcing, and assessing basic math concepts by moving in a continuum from concrete to semi-concrete to semi-abstract to abstract. Emphasizes using manipulative to introduce concepts in addition, subtraction, division, fractions, and place value. Also covers the use of writing to reinforce and assess math concepts and integration of math concepts into science curriculum. Prerequisites: MTH 60 or higher and placement into WR 121.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

91. ED 131 APPLIED LEARNING THEORY NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Prepares teachers and instructional assistants to work in a standards-based setting. Offers strategies to plan and implement instruction, assess student progress and instructional effectiveness, and re-teach as needed. Focuses on learning and motivational theories that apply to instructional situations. Includes creating and studying activities for specific learning problems. Prerequisites: WR 115; RD 115.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

92. ED 200 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION FOR PARAEDUCATORS NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Examines the role of paraeducators in schools. Includes personal responses to school situations, students, personnel, the roles of schools in American Society and ethical, legal, and administrative implications for the paraeducator.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

93. ED 217 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Introduces several approaches to proactive classroom management. Strategies for setting up an appropriate room environment and establishing procedures, systems, and rules will be introduced and practiced. Behavior management will also be introduced and practiced. Prerequisites: WR 115; RD 115.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

94. ED 224 FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION PREREQUISITE CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Proposed prerequisite/concurrent change: WR 115; RD 115.
Current prerequisite: none
Learning Outcome Change see attached
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

95. ED 258 MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION I PREREQUISITE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Proposed Prerequisites: WR 115; RD 115
Current Prerequisites: none
Proposed Description: Introduces the philosophy, activities, and materials applied in developing a culturally sensitive multicultural classroom and curriculum. Achieves an understanding of multicultural education and its impact on teaching in the classroom.
Current Description: Introduces
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

96. ED 259 MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION II NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Provides an in depth view into multicultural educational issues in the K-12 setting today. Gain skills to develop cultural appropriate pedagogy, materials and curriculum in order to serve the needs of an increasingly diverse US educational system. Prerequisites: WR 115; RD 115; ED 258.
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

97. ED 290 STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS I PREREQUISITE CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Proposed Prerequisites: WR 115; RD 115.
Current Prerequisite: none
Learning Outcome Change: see attached
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402

98. ED 291 STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS II NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
In depth approach to analyzing best practices and teaching strategies for assisting ELL learners in the K-12 setting. Further enhances students ability to assess, design and provide appropriate instruction and communication for and to ELLs. Explores relevant linguistic and cultural theories and issues, and offers students a change to connect theory to practice. Prerequisite: WR 115; RD 115; ED 290.
30 character title for student transcript: Teaching ELL: II
Requested implementation term: 200401
RECOMMENDED with implementation term: 200402