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Hoffman, Robert

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Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • ENGL 103-014 COMPOSITION AND RESEARCH
    A course in college-level academic writing. Focus on argument, critical reading and writing, and information literacy. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IA.
  • ENGL 509-192 SEMINAR IN LANGUAGE STUDY
    A study in selected topics in language and linguistics. The course focuses in different semesters on such topics as the new English, descriptive or historical linguistics, morphology-syntax, or phonetics and phonemics, teaching standard English to speakers of other languages or to speakers of other dialects. May be repeated under different course subtitles recorded with the Registrar. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 528-192 ESOL TESTS & MEASUREMENTS
    Introduces students to present-day language theory and practice. Objectives are not only to increase students’ skills in writing classroom language tests and assessing standardized instruments, but also to improve their ability to evaluate language research in which testing plays a part. Prerequisite: ENGL 532 or ENGL 534 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 539-192 SECOND LANG ACQUISITION
    An introduction to second language acquisition (SLA) theory and application of SLA theory to second/foreign language teaching practices. Explores what it means to know a language and, hence, how one learns a second language. This is an introductory course intended for graduate credit only. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • ENGL 534-192 LITERACY & ESOL WRITING
    Introduces students interested in questions of language acquisition to the theories and practices of learning to write in a second language or second dialect. Topics include writing theory, writing strategies, and second language writers and rhetorical concerns. In addition, students will examine teaching methodologies for second language/dialect literacy, evaluating literacy skills, current research about acquisition of literacy skills, and political and social implications of second language/dialect literacy. This course is for graduate credit only. Prerequisite: ENGL 537 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 547-192 CURR APPR ESOL INSTRUCTION
    Familiarizes students with the foundations of teaching English to speakers of other languages (ESOL). It provides for examination of current theory and empirical data on language learning and teaching. Participants will examine pedagogical implications/applications of teaching methodologies intended for non-native speakers of English by examining the latest research data. This course seeks to meet the needs of practicing or prospective teachers enrolled in a graduate program. Prerequisite: ENGL 428/528 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer II

  • ENGL 509-192 SEMINAR IN LANGUAGE STUDY
    A study in selected topics in language and linguistics. The course focuses in different semesters on such topics as the new English, descriptive or historical linguistics, morphology-syntax, or phonetics and phonemics, teaching standard English to speakers of other languages or to speakers of other dialects. May be repeated under different course subtitles recorded with the Registrar. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 509-193 SEMINAR IN LANGUAGE STUDY
    A study in selected topics in language and linguistics. The course focuses in different semesters on such topics as the new English, descriptive or historical linguistics, morphology-syntax, or phonetics and phonemics, teaching standard English to speakers of other languages or to speakers of other dialects. May be repeated under different course subtitles recorded with the Registrar. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 532-192 LITERACY & ESOL READING
    Introduces students interested in questions of language acquisition to the theories and practices relating to learning to read in a second language or second dialect. Topics include models for acquiring foreign language reading skills, teaching strategies for second language/dialect literacy, evaluating literacy skills, investigating current research about acquisition of literacy skills, and exploring political and social implications of second/language/dialect literacy. This course is for graduate credit only. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 533-192 ESOL PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
    Introduces students to the theory, practice and special needs in developing and implementing an ESOL curriculum in a public, private or business enterprise for language learners K-adult. Allows students to explore the complexities involved in planning and developing a language curriculum; sensitize themselves to the cultural conflicts and biases, both socio-linguistic and linguistic, which are faced by limited English-proficient students; and to prepare for the actual writing and implementing of an ESOL curriculum where needed. Three hours per week.
  • ENGL 591-192 TOPICS IN LING & LANG LEARN
    An examination of selected topics of linguistics as they relate directly to first and second language learning. The course may focus in different semesters on such topics as phonology and language learning, syntactic theory and language learning, or discourse and language learning. This course may be repeated once under different course subtitles recorded with the registrar. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Three hours lecture per week.
  • ENGL 591-193 TOPICS IN LING & LANG LEARN
    An examination of selected topics of linguistics as they relate directly to first and second language learning. The course may focus in different semesters on such topics as phonology and language learning, syntactic theory and language learning, or discourse and language learning. This course may be repeated once under different course subtitles recorded with the registrar. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Three hours lecture per week.

2014 Fall

  • ENGL 509-191 SEMINAR IN LANGUAGE STUDY
    A study in selected topics in language and linguistics. The course focuses in different semesters on such topics as the new English, descriptive or historical linguistics, morphology-syntax, or phonetics and phonemics, teaching standard English to speakers of other languages or to speakers of other dialects. May be repeated under different course subtitles recorded with the Registrar. Three hours per week.

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