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active and healthy lifestyles; and how to design a curriculum accessible to all students that includes a variety of

fundamental movements, individual/dual/team sports, dance, aquatics, outdoor/adventure activities, combative

activities, and fitness activities that meet the developmental needs of all students, including individuals with disabilities,

lower-skilled individuals, and higher performers. At least ninety (90) hours, including those in ED520, ED550, and

ED560, of physical education classroom observations and fieldwork required.

Corequisite: must be taken concurrently with all

Fall Semester courses.

ED540H Teaching Strategies in the Secondary School – World Language (5)

A professional education course dealing with strategies for teaching world language in the secondary school using the

guidelines set in the respective California State Standards (Common Core) for K-12 public schools, including working

with English learners and students with special needs. The course is constructed to meet California Commission on

Teacher Credentialing program standards for preparation for teaching world language, including instruction in how to

teach in a proficiency-oriented program with a commitment to teaching and learning using the four language skills of

listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This enables their students to demonstrate communicative ability in the target

language from level 1 to advanced, demonstrating knowledge of the nature of language and of basic linguistics, as well

as a thorough understanding of the structural rules and practical use of the target language, including an in-depth

knowledge and understanding of the cultures and societies in which the target language is spoken, with validation and

appreciation of the language and cultures of heritage and native speakers. At least ninety (90) hours, including those in

ED520, ED550, and ED560, of world language classroom observations and fieldwork required.

Corequisite: must be taken

concurrently with all Fall Semester courses.

ED550 Teaching Strategies/English Learners (2)

A professional education course that presents the concepts, methods, and skills for teaching English to speakers of

other languages in regular classrooms. Emphasis is on the principles of first and second language acquisition, assessment

of student learning, and how to provide comprehensible input. Includes the history and current practices of language

teaching and addresses cultural issues related to learning. (Course fee $20.)

ED560 Differentiation for Exceptional Learners (3)

Provides the basic knowledge, skills, and strategies, including Differentiated Instruction and Response to Intervention,

for teaching the core curriculum to special populations in the general education classroom. Addresses students with

disabilities, students on behavior plans, and gifted and talented students. (Course fee $10.)

Corequisite: ED500.

ED570 Colloquium (2)

A professional education course to accompany student teaching. Weekly seminars address issues related to teaching and

schools. Candidates prepare resumes, practice interviews, and gain other skills to help them obtain teaching positions.

Training for two CalTPA tasks is also included: “Assessing Learning” and “Culminating Teaching Experience.” (Course

fee: $100.)

Corequisite: ED580 or ED590.

ED580 Elementary Student Teaching (12)

Full-time supervised teaching experience in approved elementary schools. The candidate is assigned to two different

eight-week assignments: one in a primary grade where beginning reading is taught and one in an upper elementary grade.

Open only to graduates in the Teaching Credential Program who have completed their subject matter and professional

preparation. (Student Teaching fee: $250.)

Corequisite: ED570.

ED590 Secondary Student Teaching (12)

Full-time supervised teaching experience in approved secondary schools. The candidate is assigned to two different

eight-week assignments: one in a junior high school and one in a senior high school. Open only to graduates in the

Teaching Credential Program who have completed their subject matter and professional preparation. (Student Teaching

fee: $250.)

Corequisite: ED570.