Applied Linguistics & English as a Second Language
Georgia State University
Winter Quarter, 1998 Computer Code: 3639
Tues. & Thurs. 7:10- 9:25 / Room: 242 Sparks
Email: email@example.com | Office Hours/Location
Course E-mail Discussion List (through NiceNet)
Why We Are Using E-Mail Dicussions? (a background reading / rationale)
Note: This syllabus along with its related course calendar provide initial, general plans for the course (i.e., starting points). Deviations, changes, or adaptations may be necessary. I will do my best to restrict these to minor changes (e.g., those needed as the course unfolds). With these consideration in mind, please develop the habit of examining the WWW version of the syllabus regularly.
"Learning Theory" Funhouse & "Theory into Practice" Database These two intriguing website are intended to make learning and instructional theory more accessible to classroom teachers and other educators. They contain brief summarizes of over 50 major theories of learning and instruction (though not specifically tied to ESL).
David Sperling's ESL Cafe on the Web: The "ESL Cafe" is a global discussion center open 24 hours a day for ESL/EFL teachers and students from around the world. You may also be interested in exploring the additional link to David Sperling's ESL Help Center
Computer Orientation Workshops for AL/ESL Department (inc. grad students)
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Reading Materials (e.g., core texts) | Other