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					                                              University of California, San Diego • Extension



                                                     English Language
                                                     Studies
                           UC San Diego Extension’s English Language Institute (ELI) offers a wide range of English
                           Language programs for academic and professional development. ELI’s English language courses
                           are intended for non-native speakers who need to refine their English language fluency and
                                                                                                                                    NEED TO SHARPEN YOUR
                           proficiency. Evening courses are described below. For more information regarding our daytime             ENGLISH PROFICIENCY?
                           courses, please contact us by email at ipinfo@ucsd.edu or by phone (858) 534-6784.
                           You may also visit our website at ip.extension.ucsd.edu.

                           Individual Courses                                   Diego credit courses to students who have
                           Our evening and daytime courses are designed         advanced English Language Proficiency.
                           to help increase the English proficiency skills of   Skill-Building Workshops
                           non-native students and working professionals
                                                                                Our 3-hour pronunciation workshops provide
                           who have a limited amount of time. The
                                                                                participants with many strategies for speaking
                           daytime courses are offered as part of various
                                                                                English more accurately and smoothly.
                           full-time certificate programs. See ad on page
                           101 for more information.                            Teacher Training Program in 2012
                                                                                Teaching English to international students
                           On-site Training Programs                                                                                 We offer courses in:
                                                                                If you are interested in teaching English to
                           All of our courses can be specially tailored to                                                           • Pronunciation & accent reduction
                                                                                international students, our Professional
                           the language needs of a particular work                                                                   • Conversation
                                                                                Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign
                           environment and can be made available to                                                                  • Business writing
                                                                                Language (TEFL) can open doors to job
                           groups at your workplace.
                                                                                opportunities for you both overseas and in           • Vocabulary development
                           Certificate Programs/Concurrent                      intensive English programs (IEPs) offered in the        and more…
                           Enrollment                                           U.S. See pages 102-107 for TEFL course
                                                                                                                                     Customized programs may be
                           ELI offers daytime certificate programs, as          offerings in Winter, and see page 247 for TEFL
                                                                                                                                     taught/organized at your workplace.
                           well as concurrent enrollment in UC San              certificate requirements.
                                                                                                                                     See this page for details.
English Language Studies




                                         TEFL CERTIFICATE INFORMATION SESSION
                                                                                                                                        CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
                            Wed. Nov. 30, 2011                                  A TEFL certificate will make you marketable
                                                                                in as little as one quarter. Join us for the       PROFESSIONAL
                            6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                TEFL Information Session to learn more!            • Teaching English as a Foreign Language
                            Rm. 141, UCSD Extension
                                                                                                                                     —p. 247
                            Section ID: 085903-5003                             RSVP to (858) 534-3400 and mention
                            Demand for qualified English Teachers is            section ID 085903-5003.
                            strong in the US & all over the world. Learn
                            the theories and practical applications             For more information, please call
                            necessary to be a qualified, in-demand              Josh Zulli at (858) 534-7418 or email
                            English Language Teaching Professional.             jzulli@ucsd.edu.


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           PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE IN
           Teaching English as a Foreign Language
                                                                                                                                    • Receive in-depth study and training in best practices
                                                                                                                                      and methodology for teaching English as a Foreign
                                                                                                                                      Language (EFL) students
                                                                                                                                    • Learn teaching methods to rapidly increase your
                                                                                                                                      students’ proficiency and fluency
                                                                                                                                    • Acquire the techniques in teaching English to adults
                                                                                                                                      and children overseas, in Intensive Language
                                                                                                                                      Programs (IEPs) and private English schools in
                                                                                                                                      the U.S.
                                                                                                                                    • Benefit from a strong emphasis on linguistics and
                                                                                                                                      contrastive analysis
                                                                                                                                    • Learn about English as a lingua franca (ELF) and
                                                                                                                                      cultural competency in international communication
                                                                                                                                    • Take a variety of workshops or courses offered each
                                                                                                                                      quarter as electives.
                                                                                                                                    • Earn a certificate in just two quarters in an optional
                                                                                                                                      one-quarter summer intensive format!
                                                                                                                                    For details and enrollment information, visit:
                                                                                                                                    extension.ucsd.edu/tefl
                                                                                                                                    call (858) 534-7418 or email tefl@ucsd.edu


                                                                             Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills . . . . . . . .104
                   TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                        ACADEMIC & BUSINESS WRITING
                                                                             Bookmaking for the EFL Classroom . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
Academic & Business Writing . . . . . . . .99                                Cross-Cultural Issues in Language Teaching . . . . . . .104               Academic Writing
Academic Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99     Games for the EFL Classroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104          This course is designed for advanced interna-
Business Writing for Non-Native Speakers . . . . . . . .100                  Grammar Workshop III for EFL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
                                                                                                                                                       tional students and researchers who are profi-
                                                                             Grammar Workshop IV for EFL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
Conversation & Oral Presentation . . . .100                                                                                                            cient in English but need to upgrade their
                                                                             Introduction to Pronunciation and Fluency
Conversation Improvement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100                                                                                      writing skills. Tailored to individual needs,
                                                                                   for Language Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
Advanced Conversation Improvement . . . . . . . . . . .100                                                                                             participants will improve their accuracy in
                                                                             Introduction to Teaching English as a
Effective Oral Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100               Foreign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105     writing mechanics, in all areas of grammar,
Grammar & Vocabulary . . . . . . . . . . . .100                              Introduction to Teaching Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105         and in the essentials of effective writing style
Grammar and Editing I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100         Music in the EFL Classroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106         and organization. Lectures and workshops
Grammar/Vocabulary Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100             Oral Presentations for Language Teachers . . . . . . . .106               provide assistance in writing summaries,
                                                                             TEFL Practicum: Best Methods in Developing and                            abstracts, technical reports, and academic
Pronunciation & Fluency . . . . . . . . . . .100                                   Delivering Lesson Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
                                                                                                                                                       papers.
Pronunciation Workshop: Vowels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100              TEYL Focus on the Learner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
Pronunciation Workshop: Consonants . . . . . . . . . . .102                  TEYL Focus on the Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106        IN-CLASS
                                                                                                                                                       Instructor: Tony Carnerie


                                                                                                                                                                                                          English Language Studies
Pronunciation & Fluency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102         Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet . . . .106
                                                                                                                                                       Section: 085928-5003 Course No. WCWP-40000
Advanced Pronunciation & Fluency . . . . . . . . . . . . .102                Teaching Writing for Academic and
                                                                                   Professional Purposes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
                                                                                                                                                       Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 2-Mar. 12; no
Accent Reduction Seminar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102                                                                                      mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (9 mtgs.)
                                                                             Theories and Methods of Language Teaching
Teaching English as a                                                              and Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
                                                                                                                                                       Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex
Foreign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102                                                                                                  Credit: 3 units in Writing
                                                                             Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction . . . . . .107
Advanced Analysis of English Sentence
                                                                                                                                                       Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                                                                             Visual Media in the EFL Classroom . . . . . . . . . . . . .107            No refunds after: Jan. 9 (rkn/mrt)
     Structure I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
                                                                             Workplace EFL: Teaching Engl in Int’l
Advanced Analysis of English Sentence                                              Business and Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
     Structure II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills . . . . . . . .103                 Instructor Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108
Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation
     and Fluency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104




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                           Business Writing for Non-Native                   Advanced Conversation                              tions, articles, punctuation, and more.
                           Speakers                                          Improvement                                        Participants will learn how to recognize and
                           This course is designed for non-native            Do you already have a firm grasp of the            correct their own grammar errors and also
                           English speakers who need to develop and          English language but need to increase your         learn how to find the right answers to specif-
                           improve their writing skills to perform more      spoken fluency and accuracy? Would you like        ic, recurring grammar questions.
                           effectively in the workplace. Participants        to express yourself more precisely in conver-      IN-CLASS
                           learn the correct rules of writing, how to        sation with native and non-native speakers,        Instructor: Kim Lawgali
                                                                                                                                Section: 085933-5003 Course No. LING-40041
                           choose the right word or expression, and for-     whether in an academic or professional set-
                                                                                                                                Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 8 (9
                           mal and informal styles. Topics include busi-     ting or out on the golf course? If that is the     mtgs.)
                           ness language, style, format, tone, and pres-     case, this English conversation course is for      Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex
                           entation graphics, including effective tech-      you! Designed for advanced non-native              Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           niques for memos, letters, solicitations, and     English speakers, the course emphasizes            Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                           reports. Writing competency is acquired for       improvement in overall conversational fluen-       No refunds after: Jan. 19 (rkn/mrt)
                           technical, managerial, and marketing purpos-      cy in an active learning environment. Note:
                           es. On-the-job examples are used to build         Participation in this course requires an           Grammar/Vocabulary Building
                           writing skills and professional abilities. Note   advanced level of listening and speaking skills    This course is designed for high-intermedi-
                           prerequisite: Good oral skills in English.        in English, as well as strong reading skills.      ate/advanced non-native English speakers
                                                                             Students will be assessed on their proficiency     who want to refine their knowledge
                           IN-CLASS
                           Instructor: David Fein                            level on the first day of the class.               of English grammar and increase their
                           Section: 085929-5003 Course No. WCWP-40219                                                           vocabulary. Extensive contextualized practice
                                                                             IN-CLASS
                           Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 2-Mar. 12; no   Instructor: Ofelia Rudick
                                                                                                                                at the sentence level is used to build gram-
                           mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (9 mtgs.)                   Section: 085930-5003 Course No. GINT-80026         matical competence. Various exercises are
                           Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex         Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 16-Mar. 15 (5   used to increase vocabulary and vocabulary
                           Credit: 3 units in Writing                        mtgs.)                                             retention.
                           Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 21).          Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex
                           No refunds after: Jan. 9 (rkn/mrt)                                                                   IN-CLASS
                                                                             Credit: Not for credit                             Instructor: Robert McKinney
                                                                             Fee: $200                                          Section: 085934-5003 Course No. LING-40082
                            CONVERSATION & ORAL PRESENTATION                 No refunds after: Feb. 23 (rkn/mrt)                Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 6 (9
                                                                                                                                mtgs.)
                           Conversation Improvement                          Effective Oral Presentation                        Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex
                           This course will increase your confidence and     This course addresses oral communication           Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                                                                             problems encountered by non-native                 Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                           comfort level when speaking English with
                                                                             speakers in such formal academic and profes-       No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)
                           both native and non-native speakers. This
                           course is specifically designed for individuals   sional settings as conferences, seminars,
                           whose English proficiency is at an intermedi-     meetings, and classrooms. Designed for                     PRONUNCIATION & FLUENCY
                           ate level. Through constant practice, using       international graduate students, postdoctoral
                           dialogues and situational role-playing, the       researchers, new faculty members, and busi-        Pronunciation Workshop: Vowels
                           instructor identifies strategies and specific     ness professionals, the course emphasizes the      Vowels must be pronounced clearly in
                           conversational techniques to help each stu-       importance of clear pronunciation, precise         English in order to avoid confusion. There is
                           dent improve his or her spoken English.           vocabulary, appropriate format, and group          a strong emphasis in this workshop on the
                           Students learn in a lively, fun classroom envi-   management skills. Extensive pronunciation         vowels of American English, the clear pro-
                           ronment in which the overall emphasis is          exercises are included, along with many            duction of each one, and the correspondence
                           placed on building confidence in conversing       opportunities for participants to practice         between written vowels and spoken vowels.
                           in English while further developing their         their presentation skills.                         This workshop, designed for students with a
                           speaking and listening skills.                    IN-CLASS                                           high-intermediate to advanced level of
                                                                             Instructor: David Fein                             English, will also introduce the information
                           IN-CLASS
                           Instructor: Ofelia Rudick
                                                                             Section: 085932-5003 Course No. LING-40081         and exercises which students need in order to
                                                                             Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 7 (9     retrain the jaw, tongue, and facial muscles so
                           Section: 085931-5003 Course No. GINT-80025
                                                                             mtgs.)                                             that they can achieve clearer pronunciation of
                           Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Feb. 9 (5
                                                                             Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex
                           mtgs.)                                                                                               English sounds.
English Language Studies




                                                                             Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex                                                            IN-CLASS
                                                                             Fee: $325
                           Credit: Not for credit                                                                               Instructor: Celeste Innocenti
                                                                             No refunds after: Jan. 18 (rkn/mrt)
                           Fee: $200                                                                                            Section: 085940-5003 Course No. LING-40078
                           No refunds after: Jan. 19 (rkn/mrt)                                                                  Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 10-Feb. 7 (5
                                                                                      GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY                      mtgs.)
                                                                                                                                Location: TBA
                                                                             Grammar and Editing I                              Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics
                                                                             This course is designed for advanced non-          Fee: $200 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)
                                                                             native English speakers who depend on
                                                                             English grammar in written communications
                                                                             and thus need to refine their knowledge of
                                                                             grammar. Participants will review grammar
                              Save $25                                       points necessary in correcting the most
                              Enroll in your 9-week English Language         common grammar problems in non-native
                              course by Dec. 21 and save $25 off             writing such as knowing the correct usage of
                              the $325 course fee!                           the present perfect vs. simple past, preposi-


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English Language Daytime and Evening Classes
Daytime Intensive Programs                                                                                                “I improved my
UC San Diego Extension has offered              University &                                                              English at the
intensive daytime English language              Professional Studies                                                      English Language
                                                                                                                          Institute and then
programs to residents and visitors from
                                                The University & Professional Studies                                     enrolled for two
overseas since 1980. Over the years, the
English Language Institute (ELI) has            program enables non-matriculated                                          challenging
continued to provide quality instruction to     students to attend credit-bearing                                         professional
people from over 79 countries.                  University and/or University-Extension                                    certificates at
                                                courses. Students must demonstrate an                                     UCSD-Extension.
We offer 10-week and 4-week programs,
                                                advanced level of English proficiency by                                  UCSD provided me
and a full range of support services. We
                                                                                                 with the classes I was looking for to expand
provide academic advising, health               submitting test scores equivalent to 90 on
                                                                                                 my knowledge and to make me more
insurance, access to social and recreation      the Internet-based TOEFL to qualify for the      attractive to future employers.”
acitvities, and student visas to students       program. The cost for the program is
who meet our admission requirements and                                                                —Caroline Amiguet, Switzerland
                                                $6,800. The application must include
who provide evidence of sufficient financial
                                                transcripts for the two most recent years of
verification.
                                                academic studies, showing excellent                                         “After studying
Prices for 2012:
                                                grades to perform well in UC San Diego                                      English for six
10-week full-time English language
programs                                        classes. (Any special lab fees or material                                  months, I was able
                                                fees are extra.)                                                            to begin the
• Communication and Culture
                                                                                                                            University and
  (20 hours per week) $3,100
                                               Individual 10-Week Courses                                                   Professional
• Intensive Academic                                                                                                        Studies Program
  (25 hours per week) $3,500                   For students who do not require an I-20, we
                                                                                                                            where I earned a
                                               also offer many individual courses during the
• Intensive Business English                                                                                                professional
                                               day over a 10-week period. These courses
  (25 hours per week) $3,500                                                                                                certificate in
                                               meet either two or three times per week.
• Intensive TOEFL Preparation                                                                                               accounting. This
                                               These include:
  (25 hours per week) $3,500                                                                     allowed me to obtain the authorization for
                                               • Vocabulary Development                          practical training, giving me the
• Intensive Business Fundamemtals              • Advanced Grammar & Editing                      opportunity for work experience in the
  (25 hours per week) $3,500                   • TOEFL Writing                                   financial field.”
• Intensive Pre-University                     • Idioms & Slang                                            —Roberto Carvalho, Portugal
  (25 hours per week) $4,350                   • Advanced Reading & Test Preparation for
• Intensive Legal English                         Non-Native Speakers (GRE, GMAT, TOEFL)
  (25 hours per week) $3,800                   Evening Courses                                                               “My goal was to
Short term English language                    We offer focused courses in accent reduction,                                 improve my
programs                                       business writing, oral presentation,                                          English and
• Conversation Plus (4 weeks) $1,800           pronunciation, and more.                                                      experience
  (20 hours per week)                          See pages 99-102 for details.                                                 studying abroad in


                                                                                                                                                  English Language Studies
  —Start-dates every month except                                                                                            another country.
                                               Professional Certificate in TEFL                                              Because all of my
    December.
                                               Teaching English as a Foreign                                                 classes were in
                                               Language (TEFL) for English                                                   English, I had to
                                               Instructors                                                                   really make an
                                               This six-month full-time program trains           effort to understand everything being
                                               participants to teach English as a foreign        taught. I definitely feel that during this
                                               language, and is specifically designed with       experience, I accomplished my goal and
                                               the non-native English speaking teacher in        improved my English. Plus, the teachers and
                                               mind. See our website, or call us for more        the students that I met on campus were
                                               information. Winter 2012 program starts           kind and helpful.”
                                               Jan. 2. Tuition: $8,300.                                   —Adja Mayazi Konde, Sweden

  For complete information on these programs and services, please see our website or contact us for a copy of our free color brochure.
  Tel: (858) 534-6784 • Fax: (858) 534-5703 • E-mail: ipinfo@ucsd.edu • ip.extension.ucsd.edu


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                                                                                                                                       sounds will also be integrated into class exer-

                                                              New Location                                                             cises and activities. This course is for the non-
                                                                                                                                       native speaker who wants to know what it
                                                                                                                                       takes to “sound American.” Note recom-
                                                                                                                                       mended prerequisite: “Pronunciation and
                                                                                                                                       Fluency” (LING-40076), or the equivalent.
                                                                                                                                       IN-CLASS
                                                                                                                                       Instructor: Robert McKinney
                                                                                                                                       Section: 085937-5003 Course No. LING-40083
                                                                                                                                       Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 7 (9
                                                                                                                                       mtgs.)
                                                                                                                                       Location: TBA
                                                                                                                                       Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                                                                                                                                       Fee: $325 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (rkn/mrt)

                                                                                                                                       Accent Reduction Seminar
                                                                                                                                       In just one evening, this seminar will provide
                                                                                                                                       participants with many keys to speaking
                                                                                                                                       English more accurately and smoothly. You
                                                                                                                                       will learn the importance of pausing, stress,
                                                                                                                                       linking, and pitch so that native speakers can
                                                                                                                                       more easily follow what you want to say. In
                                                                                                                                       addition to some quick tips on reducing your
                                        ˜University City Center at 6256 Greenwich Drive                                                accent, this course will include advice on
                               UC San Diego Extension’s newest high-tech facility is our largest learning center with                  courses and self-study materials that students
                               convenient access off Interstate 805 at the Governor Drive exit.                                        can use to acquire a better accent in English.
                                                                                                                                       This seminar is designed for individuals
                               Expanded facilities include:                                                                            whose English proficiency is at a high-inter-
                                  • 23 high-tech classrooms                   • Video conferencing                                     mediate to advanced level.
                                                                                                                                       IN-CLASS
                                  • 13 hands-on labs                          • Online learning studio suite                           Instructor: Robert McKinney
                                  • Executive learning spaces                 • Free parking & student lounge areas                    Section: 085938-5003 Course No. GINT-80779
                                                                                                                                       Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 4 (1 mtg.)
                                                                                                                                       Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex
                                                                                                                                       Credit: Not for credit
                           Pronunciation Workshop:                               needs. Participants will learn to pronounce           Fee: $50 No refunds after: Jan 3. (rkn/mrt)
                           Consonants                                            words in a manner that is easier for native
                           This course focuses on the correct production         speakers to understand. By the end of the
                                                                                 course, students will have gained an aware-                     TEACHING ENGLISH AS A
                           of the most difficult consonants for non-                                                                               FOREIGN LANGUAGE
                           native speakers: l, r, th, w, and the voiced/         ness of their problem sounds, learned how to
                           unvoiced pairs f/v and p/b. Other pairs, such         pronounce those sounds accurately and clear-          Advanced Analysis of English
                           as p/f and w/v, and problematic consonant             ly, and learned how to continue refining their
                                                                                 speech while strengthening overall confi-
                                                                                                                                       Sentence Structure I
                           clusters are also covered. Designed for stu-                                                                This course explores the complexities of
                           dents with a high-intermediate to advanced            dence in speaking. Note recommended pre-
                                                                                                                                       English structures and how and when they
                           level of English, this workshop will also intro-      requisite: “Pronunciation Workshop: Vowels”
                                                                                                                                       are used (pragmatics). Special emphasis is on
                           duce the information and exercises which              (LING-40078)         and     “Pronunciation
                                                                                                                                       areas of syntax unique to English and most
                           students need in order to retrain the jaw,            Workshop: Consonants” (LING-40079) or
                                                                                                                                       troublesome to non-native speakers, both
                           tongue, and facial muscles so that they can           the equivalent.
                                                                                                                                       prescriptive and descriptive forms.
                           achieve clearer pronunciation of English              IN-CLASS                                              Participants will study highly specialized fea-
                           sounds. Note prerequisite: High-intermedi-            Instructor: Celeste Innocenti
                                                                                 Section: 085939-5003 Course No. LING-40076            tures of English grammar and learn how best
                           ate to advanced listening comprehension.
English Language Studies




                                                                                 Time/Date: Sa 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 10;   to teach and integrate the practice of these
                           IN-CLASS                                              no mtg. Feb. 18 (9 mtgs.)                             features in all types of EFL lessons. Syntactic
                           Instructor: Celeste Innocenti                         Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex             variations related to gender, age, socio-eco-
                           Section: 085941-5003 Course No. LING-40079            Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                        nomics, and other factors are examined. The
                           Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 14-Mar. 13         Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                           (5mtgs.)                                                                                                    important connection between syntax, mor-
                                                                                 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (rkn/mrt)
                           Location: TBA                                                                                               phology, and semantics will be covered in the
                           Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics                      Advanced Pronunciation &                              course. Part I of this course covers selected
                           Fee: $200 No refunds after: Feb. 21 (rkn/mrt)                                                               areas of English syntax. Note prerequisite:
                                                                                 Fluency
                                                                                                                                       Strong command of English (iBT
                           Pronunciation & Fluency                               This course is designed for students who are
                                                                                                                                       TOEFL:81, TOEIC:760). Requirement for
                           This course is ideal for the student who wants        familiar with the English sound system and
                                                                                                                                       the Professional Certificate in Teaching
                           to be more easily understood in everyday              their own pronunciation problems.
                                                                                                                                       English as a Foreign Language.
                           conversation and workplace situations. The            Instruction will focus on expanding the
                           instructor will identify the students’ particu-       students’ skills in correctly applying English
                           lar pronunciation difficulties and provide            patterns of stress, intonation, linking, and
                           extensive exercises that target each student’s        reductions. Pronunciation of problematic


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       PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE IN
       Teaching English as a Foreign Language
                                                                                       • Receive in-depth study and training in best practices
                                                                                         and methodology for teaching English as a Foreign
                                                                                         Language (EFL) students
                                                                                       • Learn teaching methods to rapidly increase your
                                                                                         students’ proficiency and fluency
                                                                                       • Acquire the techniques in teaching English to adults
                                                                                         and children overseas, in Intensive Language
                                                                                         Programs (IEPs) and private English schools in
                                                                                         the U.S.
                                                                                       • Benefit from a strong emphasis on linguistics and
                                                                                         contrastive analysis
                                                                                       • Learn about English as a lingua franca (ELF) and
                                                                                         cultural competency in international communication
                                                                                       • Take a variety of workshops or courses offered each
                                                                                         quarter as electives.
                                                                                       • Earn a certificate in just two quarters in an optional
                                                                                         one-quarter summer intensive format!
                                                                                       For details and enrollment information, visit:
                                                                                       extension.ucsd.edu/tefl
                                                                                       call (858) 534-7418 or email tefl@ucsd.edu


IN-CLASS                                          IN-CLASS                                            IN-CLASS
Instructor: Kim Lawgali                           Instructor: Karen Marcus                            Instructor: Nicola Teague
Section: 085879-5003 Course No. LING-40045        Section: 085880-5003 Course No. LING-40075          Section: 085882-5003 Course No. LING-40048
Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;    Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8     Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;
no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)               (18 mtgs.)                                          no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)
Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex         Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex           Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex
Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                    Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                      Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).          Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).            Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)               No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)                 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)
                                                                                                      IN-CLASS
Advanced Analysis of English                      Best Methods in Teaching                            Instructor: Nicola Teague
Sentence Structure II                             Listening Skills                                    Section: 085883-5003 Course No. LING-40048
This course explores the complexities of          Participants in this course will learn the          Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 7 (9
                                                                                                      mtgs.)
English language structures and how and           essentials of successful listening comprehen-
                                                                                                      Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex
when they are used (pragmatics). Participants     sion: making sense of a stream of sounds, fil-      Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
will learn how best to teach and integrate the    tering and contextualizing, and applying dis-       Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
practice of various highly specialized features   course and cultural information. Bottom-up          No refunds after: Jan. 18 (rkn/mrt)


                                                                                                                                                        English Language Studies
in all types of EFL lessons. Syntactic varia-     skills (knowledge of vocabulary, grammar,           IN-CLASS
tions related to gender, age, socio-economics,    and individual sounds) will be contrasted           Instructor: Nicola Teague
and other factors will be examined. This          with top-down skills (general knowledge, sit-       Section: 085884-5003 Course No. LING-40048
course will focus on the following structures:    uational awareness, and schema). The course         Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8
1) the noun phrase in detail, quantifiers,        will expose participants to different types of      (18 mtgs.)
                                                                                                      Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex
count and noncount distinctions, and plu-         listening needs and tasks, as well as the best      Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
rals: regular and irregular; 2) adjectives and    techniques and methods for helping their            Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
adjective clauses; 3) modals and conditional      EFL students become more skillful listeners         No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)
clauses; 4) clauses, conjunctions, and sen-       in English. Note prerequisite: Strong com-
tence parameters; and 5) collocations and         mand of English (iBT TOEFL: 81, TOEIC:
cognates. Note prerequisite: Strong com-          760). Requirement for the Professional
mand of English. (iBT TOEFL:81,                   Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign            Save $25
TOEIC:760).                                       Language.
                                                                                                          Enroll in your 9-week TEFL course by
                                                                                                          Dec. 21 and save $25 off
                                                                                                          the $395 course fee!


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                           Best Methods in Teaching                          of the classroom. Participants will learn fac-        Cross-Cultural Issues in Language
                           Pronunciation and Fluency                         tors which hamper improved speaking skills            Teaching
                           Features of English phonetics, phonology,         for EFL learners including specific contexts,         This course is designed for non-native and
                           stress, and intonation will be drawn on to        performance variables, colloquial language,           native speakers of English who desire to learn
                           enrich instruction in best practices for teach-   pronunciation factors, and interaction. Note          more about the connection between language
                           ing and learning pronunciation in a TEFL          prerequisite: Strong command of English               and culture in the classroom. This course will
                           environment. Going beyond discrete sounds,        (iBT TOEFL: 81, TOEIC: 760).                          explore aspects of culture as it relates to
                           this course will focus on the suprasegmental      Requirement for the Professional Certificate          language and communication. Cultural
                           aspects of English pronunciation: stress,         in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.            differences in the classroom will be examined
                           rhythm, pitch and intonation patterns found       IN-CLASS                                              and suggestions will be provided for handling
                           in connected speech in both formal and casu-      Instructor: Mike Hammond                              a variety of cross-cultural issues such as:
                                                                             Section: 085888-5003 Course No. LING-40050
                           al situations. Specific techniques for accent                                                           ethnicity and stereotypes, the role of Power
                                                                             Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8
                           reduction, plus important information on          (18 mtgs.)                                            Distance, different communication styles,
                           body language for clear communication in          Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex             Individualism, Collectivism, and other
                           English, will be presented throughout the         Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                        culturally-based topics. This class also pres-
                           course. The course will emphasize the inte-       Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).              ents several pedagogical case studies based on
                           gration of pronunciation instruction and          No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)                   classroom incidents related to cultural
                           practice in all types of lessons. Note prereq-    IN-CLASS                                              miscommunication. Note: Strong command
                           uisite: Strong command of English (iBT            Instructor: Todd Owen                                 of English. (iBT TOEFL:81, TOEIC:760)
                           TOEFL: 81, TOEIC: 760). Requirement for           Section: 085889-5003 Course No. LING-40050
                                                                             Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 6 (9       IN-CLASS
                           the Professional Certificate in Teaching          mtgs.)                                                Instructor: Kelly Smith
                           English as a Foreign Language.                    Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex             Section: 085892-5003 Course No. LING-40064
                                                                             Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                        Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;
                           IN-CLASS
                                                                             Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).              no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)
                           Instructor: Kelly Smith
                                                                             No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)                   Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex
                           Section: 085885-5003 Course No. LING-40047
                                                                                                                                   Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8   IN-CLASS                                              Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                           (18 mtgs.)                                        Instructor: Mike Hammond                              No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)
                           Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex         Section: 085890-5003 Course No. LING-40050
                           Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                    Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;
                           Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).          no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)
                                                                                                                                   Games for the EFL Classroom
                           No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)               Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex             This workshop is designed to provide
                           IN-CLASS                                          Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                        opportunities for English learners from all
                           Instructor: Tanya Davis                           Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).              levels of proficiency to learn and practice
                           Section: 085886-5003 Course No. LING-40047        No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)                   English by interacting through a variety of
                           Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 12; no                                                         games and activities. The games can be as
                           mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (8 mtgs.)                   Bookmaking for the EFL                                short as two- or five-minute activities to
                           Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex         Classroom                                             long-term, multiple-part tasks. Specific
                           Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21)
                                                                             Learn how to use bookmaking to teach                  attention is placed on increasing language
                           No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)               English to young learners! In this hands-on           practice in large classrooms, with tips for
                           IN-CLASS
                                                                             class, students will master a variety of book-        teachers who need to integrate communica-
                           Instructor: Robert McKinney                       making constructions that can motivate                tive activities within a prescribed curriculum.
                           Section: 085887-5003 Course No. LING-40047        young learners with varying learning styles to        Note: In order to receive credit for this
                           Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;    enjoy studying English. Projects include sim-         course, a graded, out-of-class assignment
                           no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)               ple binding methods such as the chop-stick            must be submitted by the due date stated in
                           Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex         bind, paper plate books and “back-to-back”            the instructor’s syllabus.
                           Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                                                                             books that work well for studying vocabulary          IN-CLASS
                           No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)               words, grammar and more. Basic illustration           Instructor: Todd Owen
                                                                             techniques will also be presented to further          Section: 085893-5003 Course No. LING-40063
                           Best Methods in Teaching                          assist you in collecting tangible teaching tools      Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Feb. 4 (1 mtg.)
                                                                             for your English language classroom. Be cre-          Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex
                           Speaking Skills
English Language Studies




                                                                                                                                   Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics
                           Participants will learn best methods for          ative and add a new technique to your teach-          Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 3 (rkn/mrt)
                           getting students to speak and tasks that          ing!                                                  No visitors permitted.
                           encourage meaningful interaction. The             IN-CLASS
                           course addresses types and idiosyncrasies of      Instructor: Annika M. Nelson                          Grammar Workshop III for EFL
                                                                             Section: 085891-5003 Course No. LING-40095            Workshop participants will be exposed to a
                           spoken language, and microskills of speaking
                                                                             Time/Date: F 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Jan. 27-Feb. 3 (2   variety of fun, hands-on, communicative
                           that are factors in the oral code. Participants   mtgs.)
                           will review current issues in teaching oral       Location: Rm. 120, UCSD Extension Complex             activities which can be easily adapted for
                           communication by analyzing conversational         Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics                         students of different ages and levels.
                           discourse, pronunciation, and affective           Fee: $150 No refunds after: Jan. 26 (rkn/mrt)         This workshop includes both fluency and
                           factors. The course will suggest fluency and      No visitors permitted.                                accuracy-focused activities. Topics include:
                           accuracy activities that can be used in and out                                                         noun forms (proper, common, concrete,




                           104 I Winter 2012 I extension.ucsd.edu I (858) 534-3400
abstract, count, non-count, and collective)         Introduction to Teaching English
and functions, including subject-verb agree-        as a Foreign Language
ment, articles, determiners, and quantifiers.       This course is designed for prospective or          Teaching English
IN-CLASS                                            novice non-native English speaking teachers
Instructor: Karen Marcus
Section: 085896-5003 Course No. LING-40061
                                                    who are not yet familiar with the basic theo-      to Young Learners
                                                    ries, methods, and basic practices of teaching
Time/Date: Sa 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Jan. 21-28 (2
mtgs.)                                              English as a Foreign Language or for those
                                                    experienced teachers needing a further
                                                                                                            Overseas
Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex
Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics                       grounding in the most current, up-to-date
Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (rkn/mrt)       methods and practices to be more successful
No visitors permitted.                              in their current teaching. This course will
                                                    explore skills, language, & the learning
Grammar Workshop IV for EFL                         process while introducing practical applica-
Workshop participants will be exposed to a          tions to the EFL classroom. The course will
variety of fun, hands-on, communicative             introduce the basic skills of listening, speak-
activities which can be easily adapted for stu-     ing, reading, and writing as well as issues in
dents of different ages and levels. This work-      methodology. It will also introduce the teach-
shop includes both fluency and accuracy-            ing of the micro-skills of pronunciation,
focused activities. Focus is on comparative         vocabulary, grammar, and discourse.
structures, verbals, and preposition function       Learning styles and strategies, learner auton-
and placement. Topics include: adjectives,          omy, content-based instruction, and assess-
adverbs, gerunds, infinitives, phrasal verbs,       ment will also be covered.
and verb-adjective, preposition combina-
                                                    IN-CLASS
tions.                                              Instructor: Kim Lawgali
IN-CLASS                                            Section: 085898-5003 Course No. LING-40096
Instructor: Karen Marcus                            Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8    UC San Diego Extension TEFL Certificate
Section: 085897-5003 Course No. LING-40062          (18 mtgs.)                                         Program offers three specialized courses
Time/Date: Sa 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Feb. 25-Mar. 3   Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex          focused on Teaching English to Young
(2 mtgs.)                                           Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex                                                              Language Learners (TEYL):
                                                    Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics                       No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)                • Focus on the Learner
Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 24 (rkn/mrt)
No visitors permitted.                              Introduction to Teaching Writing                   • Focus on Classroom Instruction
                                                    This course will prepare prospective, novice,      • Focus on the Teacher
Introduction to Pronunciation and                   or experienced non-native English speaking
Fluency for Language Teachers                                                                          TEYL CLASSES ARE
                                                    teachers with a foundation of the writing skill
This course will prepare prospective, novice,       in English. Students will be introduced into       • Designed for both new and
or experienced non-native English speaking          the discourse features which distinguish writ-       experienced teachers
teachers with a basic foundation in                 ing in English from the languages of the
phonetics necessary in being an effective                                                              • Available online or in a traditional
                                                    classroom participants so that they will
English teacher in a non-English speaking                                                                classroom setting at UC San Diego
                                                    understand the very different ways that
environment. Students will learn the phonet-        English organizes information in the written         Extension
ic alphabet and how best to incorporate it in       form. Students in this course will learn the       • Interdependent - can be taken in any
explaining basic pronunciation patterns in          ways to build writing instruction into their         order to earn the TEYL CERTIFICATE
English throughout the curriculum where a           EFL classes. They will learn basic techniques
precise pronunciation of an English word is         of the process approach such as quickwriting,      TEYL HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
required. Students will also be introduced to       brainstorming, semantic mapping, drafting,         • Implementing a LEARNING-centered
the suprasegmentals of the English phono-           peer review, and more that will help make            approach to age-specific EFL
logical system including stress, rhythm, and        writing instruction easier. Students will also       instruction
intonation patterns. Each segment of the            learn a variety of writing assessment options.

                                                                                                                                                  English Language Studies
course will also provide easy to use activities                                                        • Using reflective teaching for
                                                    IN-CLASS
that teachers can readily adapt to their class-     Instructor: Nicola Teague                            effectiveness and efficiency in the
rooms.                                              Section: 085900-5003 Course No. LING-40097           classroom
IN-CLASS                                            Time/Date: M&W 1:00-2:15 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;
                                                                                                       • Understanding educational
Instructor: Kelly Smith                             no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)
Section: 085899-5003 Course No. LING-40098          Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex            environments and the factors that
Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;      Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                       influence classroom practices
no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)                 Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                                                    No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)                • Focusing on professional development
Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex
Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                                                                           for teachers, including English
Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).                                                                 language fluency and maintenance
No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)
                                                                                                       See page 106 for current course
                                                                                                       offerings. For more information:


                                                    5
                                                             Easy Ways to Register
                                                             UCSD Extension offers five easy ways
                                                                                                       (858) 534-7418
                                                             to register. See page 288 for details.    jzulli@ucsd.edu


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                           Music in the EFL Classroom                            TEFL Practicum: Best Methods in                   TEYL Focus on the Teacher
                           This workshop is designed to provide                  Developing and Delivering Lesson                  ˜With the emergence of English as the
                           opportunities for English learners from all           Plans                                             world’s dominant language, educational
                           levels of proficiency to learn and practice           ˜Students will learn about being in               communities worldwide have grown increas-
                           English by analyzing lyrics for useful vocabu-        control and maintaining an effective learning     ingly interested in providing English lan-
                           lary and idioms which are found in pop,               pace when teaching English as a foreign           guage studies for their young learners. This
                           blues, and rock music. Emphasis is given to                                                             course provides an overview of EFL educators
                                                                                 language. Students will review techniques of
                           improving pronunciation and fluency                                                                     of young English learners teaching environ-
                                                                                 teaching the basic skills and pronunciation
                           through the use of music-based activities in                                                            ments and the affective factors influencing
                           the language classroom. Specific attention is         and grammar. Students will then apply
                                                                                 these techniques in organizing activities and     these environments. Course topics include:
                           placed on increasing language practice in
                                                                                 practice-teaching them to partners and            identification of typical English language
                           large classrooms, with tips for teachers who
                                                                                 groups through simulated teaching opportu-        classrooms among various educational com-
                           need to integrate communicative activities
                           within a prescribed curriculum. Note: In              nities. Different methods of lesson planning      munities, perspectives on the relationship
                           order to receive credit for this course, a            will also be addressed and practiced. At the      between language and culture for young
                           graded, out-of-class assignment must be               end of the course, students will feel confident   learners and their instructors, issues pertain-
                           submitted by the due date stated in the               and knowledgeable in developing teaching          ing to teacher skill and confidence through
                           instructor’s syllabus.                                activities and lessons for the different skill    an introduction to educational linguistics,
                           IN-CLASS                                              areas, providing effective error correction       communication skills to encourage
                           Instructor: Mike Hammond                              during teaching, and applying useful              parental/caregiver involvement in young
                           Section: 085901-5003 Course No. LING-40067            classroom management skills in a simulated        learners’ English language development, and
                           Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Feb. 11 (1 mtg.)                                                     more.
                                                                                 classroom situation. Note prerequisites: 4
                           Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex
                           Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics                         quarter- or semester-long courses in teaching     IN-CLASS
                           Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 10 (rkn/mrt)         the different language skill areas.               Instructor: Darren Scott Bigelow
                           No visitors permitted.                                                                                  Section: 085907-5003 Course No. LING-40091
                                                                                 IN-CLASS                                          Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8
                                                                                 Instructor: Tanya Davis                           (18 mtgs.)
                           Oral Presentations for Language                       Section: 085904-5003 Course No. LING-40111        Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex
                           Teachers                                              Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;    Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           This course will prepare prospective, novice,         no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)               Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                                                                                 Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex         No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)
                           or experienced teachers with the skills               Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                           necessary in speaking effectively in front of         Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                           small, medium, or large classrooms, while             No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)
                                                                                                                                   Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes:
                           maintaining control over student interaction                                                            Paper & Internet
                           in the EFL classroom. The students in this            TEYL Focus on the Learner                         Participants who need to know about the for-
                           course will learn how to analyze teacher              ˜What makes young learners successful             mat of the three TOEFL tests will benefit
                           speaking and presentations as they learn how          in their foreign language studies? This course    from this workshop. The curriculum will
                           to present. There will be a focus on how to           emphasizes using a learning-centered              cover all aspects of the paper-based, comput-
                           speak in front of an audience using effective         approach to promote successful foreign lan-       er-based, and internet-based TOEFL tests,
                           voice volume, rate, pitch, and rhythm                 guage acquisition in young learners in both       including details on how they differ and what
                           patterns. Students will also learn the skills         non-immersion settings and in the mixed-          preparation materials and teaching tech-
                           necessary to prepare and deliver lessons to a                                                           niques have proven most successful in prepar-
                                                                                 language classroom. By focussing on young
                           group, focusing on body language, selection                                                             ing students to obtain optimal scores. Note:
                                                                                 language learners and their age-related needs,
                           of speech content, visual aids, and delivery.                                                           In order to receive credit for this course, a
                                                                                 cognitive development, and motivation, this       graded, out-of-class assignment must be sub-
                           IN-CLASS                                              course demonstrates the importance of bal-
                           Instructor: Nicola Teague                                                                               mitted by the due date stated in the instruc-
                           Section: 085902-5003 Course No. LING-40099
                                                                                 ancing task demands with support as well as       tor’s syllabus.
                           Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8       setting clear language goals to maximize suc-
                                                                                                                                   IN-CLASS
                           (18 mtgs.)                                            cess in the young language learner classroom.     Instructor: Nicola Teague
                           Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex             Participants will be engaged in lectures, read-   Section: 085908-5003 Course No. LING-40068
English Language Studies




                           Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                        ings, and discussions which highlight a learn-    Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Jan. 14 (1 mtg.)
                           Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).                                                                Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex
                           No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)                   ing-centered perspective to describe the
                                                                                                                                   Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics
                                                                                 development of spoken discourse, vocabulary       Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (rkn/mrt)
                                                                                 and grammar, and literacy in young language       No visitors permitted.
                                                                                 learners.
                                                                                 IN-CLASS
                                                                                 Instructor: Kelly Smith
                                                                                 Section: 085906-5003 Course No. LING-40094
                                                                                 Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8
                                                                                 (18 mtgs.)
                              Planning to teach English in a                     Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex
                              foreign country or an intensive                    Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
                                                                                 Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
                              English program in the U.S.?                       No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)
                              For information on the TEFL Certificate,
                              please see page 247.


                           106 I Winter 2012 I extension.ucsd.edu I (858) 534-3400
Teaching Writing for Academic                     IN-CLASS                                         Visual Media in the EFL
                                                  Instructor: Debbie Inada
and Professional Purposes                         Section: 085911-5003 Course No. LING-40110       Classroom
This course will treat in-depth the discourse     Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 12-Mar. 1     This course will give aspiring English
features of successful writing in English, in     (8 mtgs.)                                        Language teachers ideas and methods on how
particular for academic and professional          Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex        to use print materials, such as magazines,
communication in the U.S. and around the          Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                   books, newspapers and internet pages in EFL
world. The uses of reference, substitution,       Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).         classroom settings. Students will also be given
                                                  No refunds after: Jan. 19 (rkn/mrt)
ellipsis, conjunction, and lexical cohesion                                                        information on how to use media sources
often are not found in the same ways in the       ONLINE                                           such as TV shows, film and documentary
                                                  Instructor: Stephanie M Laqua
writing of other languages but are specific to    Section: 085912-5003 Course No. LING-40110       programs as an enhancement to the class-
good written English. The course will clearly     Time/Date: Jan. 9-Mar. 16                        room environment and the student learning
instruct the participants on the rhetorical and   Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com           experience. Note: In order to receive credit
formal conventions of good writing in             Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                   for this course, a graded, out-of-class assign-
English, and it will instruct them on the most    Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).         ment must be submitted by the due date stat-
effective ways to share that knowledge with       No refunds after: Jan. 9 (rkn/mrt)               ed in the instructor’s syllabus.
their students in helping them develop suc-                                                        IN-CLASS
cessful writing skills and rhetoric in English.
                                                  Theory and Methods of Reading
                                                                                                   Instructor: Mike Hammond
Note prerequisite: Strong command of              Instruction                                      Section: 085914-5003 Course No. LING-40087
English (iBT TOEFL: 81, TOEIC: 760).              This course will provide an overview of vari-    Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Jan. 7 (1 mtg.)
Requirement for the Professional Certificate      ous theoretical approaches as they apply to      Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex
                                                  reading in the EFL classroom, the relevant       Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics
in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.                                                         Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (rkn/mrt)
                                                  areas of research in foreign language reading,
IN-CLASS                                                                                           No visitors permitted.
Instructor: Nicola Teague
                                                  and the connection of theory and research to
Section: 085909-5003 Course No. LING-40044        the teaching and learning of reading. The        Workplace EFL: Teaching Engl in
Time/Date: Tu&Th 1:00-2:15 p.m., Jan. 10-Mar. 8   course will provide the participants with a
(18 mtgs.)                                        thorough understanding of the reading
                                                                                                   Int’l Business and Industry
Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex                                                          This workshop is designed for instructors
                                                  process and the ways in which to build and
Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                                                                     who want to expand their employment possi-
                                                  assess reading skills, particularly academic
Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).                                                           bilities to include the private sector.
No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/mrt)
                                                  and professional material. There will be an
                                                                                                   Participants will explore how to market
                                                  emphasis in how to best teach vocabulary and
                                                                                                   English for Specific Purposes (ESP) to busi-
Theories and Methods of                           idioms through reading in an EFL context.
                                                                                                   nesses and managers whose employees need
Language Teaching and Learning                    Note prerequisite: Strong command of
                                                                                                   to improve both their spoken and written
˜This course will acquaint students with          English (iBT TOEFL: 81, TOEIC: 760).
                                                                                                   communication. Practical ideas for spoken
                                                  Requirement for the Professional Certificate
the most generally accepted theoretical and                                                        and written ESP activities will be provided, as
                                                  in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
methodological models of language teaching                                                         well as useful tips on designing needs assess-
                                                  IN-CLASS                                         ments, setting tangible and attainable learner
and learning. The course is practical, offering
                                                  Instructor: Nicola Teague
teachers pedagogical ideas to meet the specif-    Section: 085913-5003 Course No. LING-40046       goals, dealing with scheduling issues, and set-
ic needs of various ages, proficiency levels,     Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;   ting tuition. Note: In order to receive credit
purposes, skills, and contexts of specific lan-   no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)              for this course, a graded, out-of-class assign-
guage learners. Students will build a reper-      Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex        ment must be submitted by the due date stat-
                                                  Credit: 3 units in Linguistics                   ed in the instructor’s syllabus.
toire of classroom activities firmly embedded     Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
with well-established principles of language      No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)              IN-CLASS
acquisition in a step-by-step approach to                                                          Instructor: David Fein
                                                                                                   Section: 085915-5003 Course No. LING-40069
interactive language teaching, focusing on                                                         Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mar. 10 (1 mtg.)
the integration of skills, learner strategies,                                                     Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex
styles and preferences, multiple intelligences,                                                    Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics
and practical steps in lesson design. Note pre-                                                    Fee: $145 No refunds after: Mar. 9 (rkn/mrt)
                                                                                                   No visitors permitted.
requisite: Strong command of English (iBT


                                                                                                                                                         English Language Studies
TOEFL: 81, TOEIC: 760). Requirement for
the Professional Certificate in Teaching
English as a Foreign Language.
IN-CLASS
Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua
Section: 085910-5003 Course No. LING-40110
Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 14;
no mtg. Jan. 16, Feb. 20 (18 mtgs.)
Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex
Credit: 3 units in Linguistics
Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 21).
No refunds after: Jan. 16 (rkn/mrt)




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                                                                                                                                                    Kim Lawgali, M.A. in Applied Linguistics, is an

                                                                New Location                                                                        instructor and teacher-trainer at UCSD’s English
                                                                                                                                                    Language Institute. She has been teaching English
                                                                                                                                                    for over 20 years with specialties in advanced levels
                                                                                                                                                    of grammar, writing, and reading. She is a member
                                                                                                                                                    of the TESOL organization and serves as coordina-
                                                                                                                                                    tor for ELI’s TEFL certificate program.
                                                                                                                                                    Karen Marcus, M.A. in Linguistics, is an instruc-
                                                                                                                                                    tor at UCSD’s English Language Institute. She has
                                                                                                                                                    been teaching ESL for more than 20 years in the San
                                                                                                                                                    Diego area, is a TOEFL specialist, and has a broad
                                                                                                                                                    spectrum of experience, expertise, and knowledge.
                                                                                                                                                    Robert McKinney, M.A., CCC-SLP, has taught
                                                                                                                                                    ESL and EFL since 1990 in four countries. He is a
                                                                                                                                                    Speech-Language Pathologist and has been teaching
                                                                                                                                                    at UCSD’s English Language Institute since 2000.
                                                                                                                                                    He holds an M.A. in Communicative Disorders, an
                                                                                                                                                    M.A. in Education/TESOL, and an M.A. in
                                                                                                                                                    International Relations.
                                                                                                                                                    Annika Nelson, B.A. in studio art from UC Santa
                                                                                                                                                    Cruz has illustrated a number of books including
                                                                                                                                                    Folk Wisdom of Mexico (1995), Canto Familiar
                                                                                                                                                    (1997) and Dominga’s Wonderful Year (2003). Her
                                          ˜University City Center at 6256 Greenwich Drive                                                           work as an artist and arts educator has led to collab-
                                                                                                                                                    orations with the Children’s Museum/Museo de los
                               UC San Diego Extension’s newest high-tech facility is our largest learning center with                               Niños, Children’s Hospital and the Los Angeles
                               convenient access off Interstate 805 at the Governor Drive exit.                                                     County Museum of Art.
                                                                                                                                                    Todd Owen, M.A. in TESOL from Alliant
                               Expanded facilities include:
                                                                                                                                                    International University is an English as a Second
                                  • 23 high-tech classrooms                           • Video conferencing                                          Language Instructor at UCSD’s English Language
                                                                                                                                                    Institute. He has a broad range of experience and
                                  • 13 hands-on labs                                  • Online learning studio suite                                knowledge teaching all subjects and levels of ESL.
                                  • Executive learning spaces                         • Free parking & student lounge areas                         Ofelia Rudick, B.A. in Languages/Literature and
                                                                                                                                                    Secondary Education is in an instructor at UCSD’s
                                                                                                                                                    English Language Institute and has taught English
                                        INSTRUCTOR PROFILES                              Mike Hammond, M.A. in TESOL has been                       for over 30 years in the US and abroad. Her areas of
                                                                                         teaching ESL at UCSD’s English Language Institute          expertise are conversation, listening, reading skills
                           Darren Bigelow, M.A. in TESOL, has over 19                    since 1998 and TEFL training since 2004. His ESL           and vocabulary development and she has also
                           years of ESL teaching in the United States and                expertise is in the areas of American culture, music,      worked in an international high-tech company as
                           Japan. Currently, he is an instructor and teacher-            visual media and conversation, and his TEFL profi-         marketing coordinator.
                           trainer at UCSD’s English Language Institute, spe-            ciency is in speaking and writing classes.
                           cializing in teaching young learners of English and                                                                      Kelly Smith, M.A., received her degree in
                           TOEIC.                                                        Debra Inada, M.A. in TESOL, has been an                    Education (TESOL) from United States
                                                                                         instructor for the English Language Institue at UCS        International University. She has taught EFL/ESL in
                           Tony Carnerie, M.A. in TESOL, has many years                  Extension since July 1988. In addition to her exten-       Mexico and Italy as well as at three universities in
                           of ESL teaching and teacher-training experience. His          sive experience teaching all skill areas and at all lev-   San Diego.
                           areas of expertise include linguistics, reading instruc-      els, Debra has trained teachers and scored TOEFL
                           tion and American culture.                                                                                               Nicola Teague, M.A. in Education/TESOL,
                                                                                         (TWE) essays for ETS.
                                                                                                                                                    taught ESL in Switzerland for 4 years after complet-
                           Tanya L. Davis, M.Ed. in TESL, has been teach-                Celeste Innocenti, B.A. in Linguistics from                ing her studies in England. She has taught ESL in
                           ing ESL for over 10 years in Japan, Thailand, and in          Pomona College, has been teaching ESL for over             San Diego for over 10 years, specializing in design-
                           the U.S. She holds a TEFL Certificate, a TEFF                 twenty years. Trained in vocal control, dialectology,      ing and delivering interactive communication classes.
                           Diploma, and an M.Ed in TESL. She has experience              and speech techniques, she uses a variety of practical
                           teaching a vast array of courses to all ESL levels. Her                                                                  Dominique Valentino, B.A., and TEFL certified,
                                                                                         and effective tools to help students improve their
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                           specializations include teaching debate, creative and                                                                    has taught ESL classes to international students from
                                                                                         English fluency and pronunciation skills.
                           academic writing, and oral presentation skills.                                                                          ages 3-76 for over 11 years in San Diego, Beverly
                                                                                         Stephanie LaQua, M.Ed., in Second Language                 Hills, and Paris, France. She often uses her profes-
                           David Fein, M.A., has taught ESL for over twenty              Acquisition from UCSD has 19 years experience              sional music background by incorporating music in
                           years in the United States and in Europe. He cur-             ranging from ESOL instructor to teacher-trainer.           her lesson plans and promoting live student music
                           rently teaches at UCSD’s English Language Institute.          Currently, she trains teachers at UC San Diego’s           performances locally. Her father was also a professor
                           In addition to his extensive experience in teaching           English Language and Education departments, spe-           here at UCSD Extension.
                           writing, he has done a great deal of computer-related         cializing in language acquisition and teacher creden-
                           training.                                                     tial classes. Stephanie also teaches online for UC
                                                                                         Riverside and County Office of Education.




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