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Tentative Course Schedule for Composition and TESOL 2010–2011

Revised April 26, 2010

CRN # Session/Semester Course Instructor Days Time

Pre–session

30840/30842 ENGL 730/830 Teaching Writing (May 10–28) Alvine PRE M–R 3:30–7:00
30882/30883 ENGL 781.3/881.3 Sp Topic: World Englishes and Teacher Education (May 24–28) Park PRE M–F 8:30–4:30
31141/31142 ENGL 781.4/881.4 Sp Topic: World Englishes and Teacher Education (May 24–28) Seloni PRE M–F 8:30–4:30

  Session I

30835/30836 ENGL 705/805 Language and Social Context Hayward M–R 1:00–3:00
31090/31091 ENGL 723/823 Second Language Teaching Savova M–R 10:15–12:15
30878 ENGL 800 Introduction to Research Deckert M–R 10:15–12:15
30879 ENGL 808 Technology and Literacy Pagnucci M–R 8:00–10:00
30880 ENGL 833 Theories of Composition Hurlbert M–R 3:15–5:15
30884 ENGL 881 Sp Topic: Research on Writing Centers and Writing Programs Rafoth M–R 8:00–10:00

  Session II

30913/30914 ENGL 703/803 Language and Cognition Fontaine M–R 10:15–12:15
30915/30916 ENGL 725/825 Second Language Literacy Tannacito M–R 1:00–3:00
30928 ENGL 815 Qualitative Research Methods in Composition and TESOL Williamson M–R 10:15–12:15
30929 ENGL 830 Teaching Writing Bizzaro, R M–R 8:00–10:00
30930 ENGL 831 Rhetorical Traditions Bizzaro, P M–R 1:00–3:00

Fall 2010 — Mentors: Deckert, Pagnucci, Hurlbert

 
13482/13483 ENGL426/526 ESL Methods and Materials — Keep Mon. eve for MATE Deckert M 5:05–7:35
13470 ENGL 518 Literature for Adolescents Alvine TR 12:30–1:45
13489 ENGL 625 Introduction to TESOL Hanauer T 6:00–8:30
13490 ENGL 643 TESL/TEFL Methodology Savova T 12:55–3:25
13493 ENGL 681 Special Topic: Critical Pedagogy in English Education Miller T 5:30–8:00
13494 ENGL 688 Practicum in TESOL Hayward W 2:30–5:00
13495 ENGL 692.1 American English Grammar — Keep R for MATE Fontaine R 6:00–8:30
13496 ENGL 692.2 American English Grammar Fontaine R 2:30–5:00
13497 ENGL 693 Teaching English in the Secondary Schools Norris W 5:30–8:00
13498/13499 ENGL 705/805 Language and Social Context Hayward R 6:00–8:30
13500/13501 ENGL 723/823 Second Language Teaching Park T 6:00–8:30
13502/13503 ENGL 725/825 Second Language Literacy Tannacito M 6:30–9:00
13665/13528 ENGL 781/881 Sp Topic: Language Assessment Savova R 12:55–3:25
13523 ENGL 800 Introduction to Research Rafoth M 2:30–5:00
13524 ENGL 808 Technology and Literacy Pagnucci M 6:00–8:30
13526 ENGL 833 Theories of Composition Bizzaro, P W 6:00–8:30

  Spring 2011

  ENGL 518 Adolescent Literature Miller T 5:05–7:45
  ENGL 630 Research on Teaching Literacy and Literature Alvine M 5:05–7:45
  ENGL 644 ESL Media and Materials Savova T 12:55–3:25
  ENGL 694 Observation of English Teaching Park T 6:00–8:30
  ENGL 703/803 Language and Cognition Fontaine R 6:00–8:30
  ENGL 815 Qualitative Research Methods in Composition and TESOL Williamson R 2:30–5:00
  ENGL 724/824 Second Language Acquisition Deckert W 6:00–8:30
  ENGL 730/830 Teaching Writing Bizzaro, R W 2:30–5:00
  ENGL 734/834 Linguistics and the English Teacher Hanauer W 2:30–5:00
  ENGL 831 Rhetorical Traditions Hurlbert T 6:00–8:30
  ENGL 846 Adv Sem in Literacy Alvine M 1:25–3:55
  ENGL 848 Adv Topics in Linguistics: Oral and Written Disc Tannacito T 2:30–5:00
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