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MUE 592 Overview

Students will be provided an introduction to the study of linguistics including its application to teaching in K-12 multicultural/bilingual classrooms. The course looks at first- and second-language acquisition, with a focus on the understanding of the application of linguistic principles as they apply to Language Learners in the context of the bilingual/bicultural classroom. Students will study the pragmatics of the classroom, phonetic orthography to represent sounds, phonological analysis, morphophonological analysis as well as identify the structure of basic English and Spanish phrases, clauses, and sentences.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • MUE