LGTC 5010: Second Language Acquisition

10 week course (3cr): June 02 to August 11, 2018  ($1320)

In this course, you will learn about major theoretical approaches to Second Language Acquisition. You will explore the educational potential such theories through scholarly readings and practical implementation, and you will assess their usefulness in the classroom. Visit the course page for more information or to request a copy of the syllabus.

LGTC 5032: Digital Games and Language Learning

8 week course (2cr): June 16 to August 11, 2018  ($880)

Through scholarly readings; discussions with experts, your peers and instructor; game play and lesson planning, you will conduct an in-depth exploration of the potential of games for language learning. No gaming experience required. Visit the course page for more information or to request a copy of the syllabus. 

LGTC 5020: Language Technology Foundations

10 week course (3cr): June 16 to Aug 25, 2018  ($1320)

Learn to building a strong personalized learning network through social media; learn about standard-based technology integration; understand copyrights and ADA compliance; Through lesson planning, we explore and practice using the SAMR model for technology integration, we discuss shallow uses of technology versus ways to use technology to truly enhance student learning. You will receive training thorough training on how to use GoogleDrive and VoiceThread as a part of this course.  Visit the course page for more information or to request a copy of the syllabus. 

LGTC 5045: Telecollaboration Exchange for Language Learning

6 week course (1cr): July 7 to August 18, 2018  ($440)

The goal of this course is to allow you to work on your own language proficiency. You will meet twice a week for 30 minutes with a native or near native speaker of the language you teach via video conferencing. You will conduct 10 sessions total. Each week, you will listen back to your sessions and write short reflections as well as read and discuss short articles related to the challenges of developing and maintaining oral proficiency with your instructor and classmates. Visit the course page for more information or to request a copy of the syllabus.