Candidates must complete all ESOL endorsement coursework with earn a 3.0/B average or higher.

Detailed course descriptions and learning outcomes are available in our Program Handbook under Coursework.

The OSU General Catalog and Schedule of Classes are available online. Simply type the course number in the Quick-Jump box. Courses are typically offered during the following terms.

 

Course Offerings for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Ecampus Students

Ecampus students include: current licensed teachers (including those who are seeking the Graduate Certificate); MS students; MAT Clinically-Based Elementary students. All coursework is completed online. The following table is a list of courses and the terms they will be offered in the 2019-2020 academic year. To enroll in ED 510, all previous coursework must be completed. 

*Students enrolled in the OSU ESOL Graduate Certificate and OSU Dual Language Graduate Certificate take all coursework online.

Course Fall 2020 Winter 2021 Spring 2021 Summer 2021
ED 572: Foundations of ESOL Education X      

ED 579: Linguistics

  X    
ED 573 Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education     X  
ED 576 Partnerships and Ideologies in ESOL Education       X
ED 522: Racial and Cultural Harmony in the K-12 Classroom       X

ED 510: ESOL Internship/Practicum 
*Final course in the sequence. All other coursework must be completed to enroll in ED 510

X   X  

ED 570: Biliteracy Instruction
*Requirement of Dual Language Specialization (taught bilingually)  

X      

ED 571: Multilingual Linguistics 

*Requirement of Dual Language Specialization (taught bilingually)
*ED 571 is an automatic substitute for ED 579: Linguistics

  X    

ED 510: Dual Language Internship/Practicum 
*Final course in the sequence. All other coursework must be completed to enroll in ED 510 
*Students must successfully pass the NES ESOL Exam in this term

    X  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corvallis Double Degree Undergraduate Students

Double degree students take hybrid courses (a mix of online and in-person instruction) with classes meeting once a week. 

  • ED 472: prerequisite for all courses
  • ED 479 must be taken before ED 473
  • In some cases, double degree students are allowed to take ED 470 and ED 471 (taught in both Spanish and English). Please contact Tiffany Palaniuk for more information. 
  • ED 473: Recommended to take in winter term of your student teaching year, concurrently with the completion of the edTPA. 
  • ED 410: All coursework must be completed before taking ED 410. 
Course Fall 2020 Winter 2021 Spring 2021 Summer 2021
ED 472: Foundations of ESOL Education

Fridays: 12pm - 1:50pm 
Thursdays: 10am - 11:50am

Fridays: 10am - 11:50am
Fridays: 12pm - 1:50pm

Fridays: 10am - 11:50am 
Thursdays: 12pm - 1:50pm

 

ED 479: Linguistics for Teachers 
(*prerequisite: ED 472)

Fridays: 10am -11:50am Wednesdays at 8am - 9:50am

Thursdays: 10am - 11:50am

 
ED 473: Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education 
(*prerequisite: ED 479)
  Wednesdays: 5pm - 6:50pm    

ED 476: Partnerships and Ideologies in ESOL Education

Fridays: 2pm - 3:50pm

 

Fridays: 2pm - 3:50pm  

ED 410: ESOL Internship 

*Final course in the sequence. All other coursework must be completed to enroll in ED 410

    Practicum-based online course  

 ED 470: Biliteracy Instruction 

*Requirement for Dual Language Specialization (taught bilingually)

Online course      

ED 471: Multilingual Linguistics 

*Requirement for Dual Language Specialization
*ED 471 is an automatic substitute for ED 479: Linguistics

  Online course    

ED 410: Dual Language Internship 

*Final course in the sequence. All other coursework must be completed to enroll in ED 410

    Practicum-based online course  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Double Degree students are encouraged to take ED 219, ED 472, ED 476, and ED 479 prior to their student teaching cohort year.

Our Ecampus Education Minor includes a fully-online section of ED 472 in fall. It is intended for students who do not expect to pursue teacher licensure.


OSU-Cascades Campus Students

OSU-Cascades curriculum is pending for 2020-2021. Please return again soon for updates, or contact Tiffany Palaniuk for more information.

 

OSU-Cascades offers ESOL coursework on the Bend campus for its MAT students. 

Candidates in the Bend area who already have a valid Oregon teaching license may choose to take a combination of on-campus OSU-Cascades courses and online Ecampus courses.

Course Term Offered on OSU-Cascades Campus (face-to-face courses)
ED 572: Foundations of ESOL Education Summer term (first term)
ED 576: Partnerships and Ideologies in ESOL Education Summer term (first term)
ED 579: Linguistics Fall term
ED 573: Instructional Approaches in ESOL Education Winter term
ED 522: Racial and Cultural Harmony Spring term
ED 510: ESOL Internship

Spring term 
*Internship will be completed at the same time as the MAT student teaching experience.

 

Licensure Exams

Before applying for licensure, ESOL endorsement candidates must pass the NES English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) exam. 

Before applying for licensure, Dual Language Specialization candidates must pass the ACTFL-OPI with a score of advanced mid or higher. 

For additional information about this assessment, consult our Program Handbook and the ORELA website.

 

Portfolio

The portfolio is built into the ED 410/510 ESOL Internship.  Please see our Program Handbook for more information. 

 

Contact Information

Tiffany Palaniuk
ESOL/Dual Language Endorsement Lead
Email [email protected]