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Description: This course will introduce students to the concept of and methods for instructing in a Structured English Immersion (SEI) environment. Students examine the legal and historical foundations of structured English immersion (SEI) foundations, the English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards, SEI identification, and the application of assessment data to instruction. Students are also introduced to instructional elements and language development of English learners in elementary grades, including language acquisition theories, elements of language, and language domains. Culturally relevant instruction for English learners and family and community engagement are also explored. This course is designed to meet the standards set by the Arizona Department of Education. https://www.phoenix.edu/courses/sei300.html

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Date: 7/2010
Class: SEI/300 STRUCTURED ENGLISH IMMERSION
Grade: C-
Credits: 3.00

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