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Culture and Diversity in Bilingual Settings

Culture and Diversity in Bilingual Settings

Course Number: EDUC X426.54

4 units

You will learn to understand cross-cultural, intercultural and intra-cultural relationships and interactions, and how those factors affect the process of acculturation in California and the United States. Major historical events, along with political, economic, religious and educational factors will be addressed. Knowledge of traditions, roles, status and communication patterns of the culture of emphasis will be aligned with the socialization and acculturation experiences. You will review:

  • historical perspectives
  • trends of immigration
  • migration and settlement patterns

The educational systems and the school experiences of the immigrants will be analyzed, so that you develop effective and appropriate approaches and strategies for students¿ academic successes. You will also explore ways to bridge the home and school cultural environments.

Available Sections

Starting Jul 20

191ECG002

Starting Jul 20
191ECG002

Course Fees

$595 Early Bird Discount ends on Jul 10
$645 after Jul 10

Instructor

Omar Andrade [ bio ]

close [x] Omar Andrade, M.A., School Administration and Bicultural Education, is a Dual Language and ESL Instructor with more than 16 years of experience in BCLAD, elementary through adult levels. He has been a presenter on the topics of second language acquisition and early literacy at many California Association of Bilingual Education (CABE) and Two-Way CABE conferences. Mr. Andrade also serves as a Mentor Teacher for UCR's School of Education, and is currently serving on a panel developing a phonics-based program for early literacy for Chapman University. Teaching about his culture is important part of Mr. Andrade's educational endeavors, and as a professional dancer, he has participated in many cultural events throughout California. He enjoys sharing the experiences from his early years in the United States as a second language learner, as well as his family's rich Mexican heritage, learned through its food, art, and music.

Schedule:

Begins:
Jul 20 - Sep 7, 2019

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"The Foundations of Dual Language Instruction"
Lessow-Hurley
ISBN: 978-0132685160

Mandatory
"Reaching Out to Latino Families of English Language Learners"
Campos, Delgado, SotoHuerta
ISBN:

Mandatory
"ELA/ELD Framework"

ISBN: Chapter 9, https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/rl/cf/elaeldf

Prerequisites

Passage of CSET LOTE III: Spanish Language Fluency and completion of the CLAD Through CTEL Certificate or an EL Authorization.

Mandatory

Applicable Certificates

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 191ECG002

Dates: Jul 20 - Sep 7, 2019

Instructor: Omar Andrade

Textbook: Mandatory
"The Foundations of Dual Language Instruction"
Lessow-Hurley
ISBN: 978-0132685160 Mandatory
"Reaching Out to Latino Families of English Language Learners"
Campos, Delgado, SotoHuerta
ISBN: Mandatory
"ELA/ELD Framework"

ISBN: Chapter 9, https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/rl/cf/elaeldf

Location: Online Course

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