Curso de Posgrado

Infoling 10.48 (2016)
Título:Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and TESOL
Universidad o entidad organizadora:New York University, Department of Teaching and Learning
Ciudad:Madrid
País:España
Fecha de inicio:1 de agosto de 2017
Fecha de finalización:1 de junio de 2018
Contacto:Isabel Pereira, ip15@nyu.edu
DescripciónWe would like to announce a unique MA program offered at New York University in Madrid in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and TESOL. This is a 2-year program (1 year in Madrid and 1 year in New York) that leads to Dual Certification as a teacher of Spanish and TESOL.
ProgramaThe MA in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and TESOL combines one year of study in Madrid with one year of study in New York City and includes a generous financial aid package. Graduates are eligible for dual initial certification as a teacher of Spanish for grades 7-12 and as a teacher of English as a second language for grades K-12.

Students spend their first year taking classes full time at New York University in Madrid, where they are immersed in language and culture. They work closely with Spanish pedagogues on language acquisition and pedagogy, observe an array of Spanish as a foreign language classes, and participate in cultural activities and excursions around the city.

The second year takes place at New York University’s Greenwich Village campus in the historic heart of New York City. Coursework covers contemporary theory and practice of teaching second/foreign languages, and methods and techniques of language teaching. Through closely mentored student teaching in New York City public schools – one semester of teaching Spanish and one semester of TESOL – students gain essential experience and hone their pedagogical skills.

The program combines the expertise and resources of two premier departments at New York University, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures and their Madrid program at the Department of Teaching and Learning in Steinhardt’s School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. All students enrolled in this program receive a 30% tuition reduction. They may also be eligible for a federal TEACH grant, which provides $4,000 a year for those willing to teach in low-income areas.
ProfesoradoCarmen Bordón, New York University
Maite Camblor, New York University
Beatriz Inglés, New York University
María López, New York University
José Pazó, New York University
Isabel Pereira, New York University
CertificaciónDual initial certification as a teacher of Spanish for grades 7-12 and as a teacher of English as a second language for grades K-12.
Área temática:Español como lengua extranjera (ELE), Español como segunda lengua (EL2), Otras especialidades


Fecha de publicación en Infoling:26 de octubre de 2016
Remitente:
Isabel Pereira
New York University Madrid
<ip15nyu.edu>