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Benedictine University
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Current Students
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Our students represent a diverse spectrum of working professionals seeking to grow academically, personally and professionally. We offer a breadth of program options specifically designed for adult learners to develop essential problem-solving and critical thinking skills beyond specific discipline content.

Course Schedule

FALL 2013

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CourseEDUC 601 Cultural Diversity and English as a Second Language
InstructorJenna Engler
Dates9/24/13, 10/1/13, 10/8/13, 10/15/13, 10/22/13

Moser Center
1832 Centre Point Cir. Ste. 102
Naperville, IL  60563


Required textbook(s) and material(s)

Kramsch, C. (1998). Language and Culture Oxford,
UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-437214-5

Nieto, S. (2010) The Light in their Eyes: Creating Multicultural Learning
Communities. New York N.Y.: Teachers College Press.
ISBN 9780-8077-5054-4

Rothstein-Fisch, C. (2003) Readings for Bridging Cultures: Teacher
Education Module Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum ISBN 0-8058-4567-4

Required articles

How to do ethnographic research: a simplified guide

The New Demography of America's Schools: Immigration and the No
Child Left Behind Act



EDUC 604 Theoretical Foundations of Teaching English as a Second
InstructorBarbara Mazzolini
Dates11/5/13, 11/19/13, 12/3/13, 12/10/13, 12/17/13

Moser Center
1832 Centre Point Cir. Ste. 102
Naperville, IL  60563


Required textbook(s) and material(s)

Brown, H. Douglas. (2007). Principles of Language Learning and
Teaching, 5th ed.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall Regents.
ISBN: 0-13-199128-0