TESOL Minor for Elementary and Secondary Education


What can I do with a minor in TESOL for Elementary and Secondary Education?

English as a Second Language (ESL) is an area of teaching in which the teacher helps students from other countries learn English as they attend a public or private elementary or secondary school.

What are graduates with a minor in TESOL for Elementary and Secondary Education doing now?

The program to become certified for this area is called TESOL or Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Teachers who become certified can teach in both public and private schools in the United States.

Cornerstone University offers TESOL instruction leading to Michigan Certification. It is a minor program, which means that the student will also major or minor in another academic area in addition to TESOL.

With a minor in TESOL for Elementary and Secondary Education, what classes will I take?

Advanced Grammar | ENG-319

Explore the descriptive and prescriptive grammar of English, utilizing traditional, structural, and transformational methods of analysis.

Methods of Teaching Foreign Language | SPA-465

Practice methods and techniques used to teach language components and language skills, developing and implementing balanced and effective language lesson plans.

Sociolinguistics | LIN-372

Look at language in its social and cultural contexts, gaining an understanding of bilingualism, dialectology, language variation and style with their relation to multi-cultural educational situations.

Who can I contact for more information on a minor in TESOL?