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The TESOL program aims to prepare teachers of ESOL who will be successful classroom teachers in a wide variety of institutional settings and cultural contexts. We expect our graduates to be effective educational leaders, advocates, and change agents.
Throughout the TESOL program, you will have opportunities to develop and demonstrate the following eight competencies, which have been adapted from the national Guidelines for the Certification and Preparation of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages in the United States (TESOL, March, 1975). To learn more, download a PDF of the complete guidelines here.
To achieve the objectives of your role as a teacher of English to speakers of other languages, you are expected to:
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