Praxis 0361 (TESOL) Practice Course
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Praxis 0361 (TESOL) Practice Course

Passing the teacher licensing course with ease
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Created by Keith Brooks
Last updated 9/2016
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 15 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Recognize different methodologies used in ELL instruction
  • Understand errors and how to correct errors
  • Understand how audible sounds are created
  • Distinguish different cultural aspects in teaching
  • Distinguish the parts of speech
  • Distinguish different assessment types
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Requirements
  • Basic knowledge of teaching
  • Basic understanding of ELL terminology
  • Basic understanding of the English language
Description

Each year thousands of new immigrant students enter into classrooms in the public school system.  Teachers in public schools are overwhelmed by this influx of ELL students.  In some school districts this can be high as a 400% increase.  To compensate, many school districts require teachers to be ELL licensed.  

This course is to help prepare a teacher or college student for that licensing exam.  This course gives the basics of the course plus six practice exams, vocabulary terms, grammar, cultural lessons, assessment information in order for the student teacher to be able to pass the exam with ease.  

This course is structured into six different parts where the students will learn different areas of ELL training.  At the end of most sections practice tests will be given to see how well the information has been received.  At the end of the course the practice tests allow the students to understand how well they are doing towards the exam. 

Enrolled students should have the basic understanding of the English language and terminology of grammar.  This course should take at the minimum of two weeks to complete.  Completing the course sooner may result in the student overlooking key information.

Students looking to be licensed or for a requirement for graduation for graduate and post graduate degrees this course is important as it describes the key vocabulary, terminology, IPA, places of articulation and other aspects of ELL learning.

Each course has PowerPoint lectures that can be paused which allows notes to be taken for better retention of the materials.  No other materials is required other than internet to do further research on topics the student may feel they need additional practice.

Who is the target audience?
  • Individuals taking an undergraduate degree in ELL, ESL or TESOL
  • Individuals accepted into a graduate degree program in ELL, ESL or TESOL
  • Teachers in public schools needing teacher licensing in ELL, TESOL or ESL
  • Individuals who have doctorate degrees with licenses this course may be not required
  • Individuals wanting to teach overseas without a certificate or degree in ELL this course may be too intense
Compare to Other ESL Courses
Curriculum For This Course
49 Lectures
05:58:46
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The Praxis Exam
1 Lecture 03:56
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Introduction to 0361
3 Lectures 16:52
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Part II
7 Lectures 34:21
Acromyms
02:59

Verbs Part I
05:11

Verbs Part II
06:25

Verbs Part III
04:19

Verbs Part IV
05:59

Verb Quiz
20 questions

Parts of Speech
04:24

Parts of Speech
05:04

Parts of Speech Quiz
9 questions
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Part III
13 Lectures 02:37:51
Pronunciation
05:40

Pronunciation
03:38

Pronunciation
06:45

IPA
07:23

Test your knowledge of the IPA alphabet

IPA Quiz
5 questions

Vocabulary Terms
04:09

Vocabulary Terms
05:02

ELL Vocabulary Terms
06:44

ELL Vocabulary Terms Part II
04:20

Vocabulary Terms Quiz
15 questions

Vocabulary
15:15

Vocabulary
22:45

Vocabulary
29:45

Vocabulary
26:23

Vocabulary
20:01
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Part IV
6 Lectures 45:02
ELL Levels
08:45

Types of Assessments
03:39

Assessments
08:58

Culture
07:42

Culture
07:47

Culture
08:11
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Part V
17 Lectures 01:44:54
Lawsuits
05:52

Theories
06:48

Theories and Helpful Hints
03:49

Theories
08:13

Students will be able to explain the basics of:

Bics/calp
Calla
Community language learning
Communicative language training
Cognitive approach
Collaborative learning

Methodologies
08:13

Students will be able to explain the differences between:

Content based instruction
The direct method
Discovery based learning
Engaged learning
The grammar translation method


Methodologies
06:44

Students will be able to explain the differences between:

Integrated learning
Integrated language teaching
Learning strategy training


Methodologies
04:11

The students will be able to explain the differences between:

The natural/communicative approach
The monitor
The three p's approach
The phonics approach
The silent way


Methodologies
02:46

The students will be able to explain the differences between:

Suggestopedia
Tapestry
Total immersion technique
Total physical response
Transactional strategies
Whole language

Methodologies
05:24

Students will be able to explain and discover traits relating to:

Suggestopedia
Tapestry
Total immersion technique
Total physical response
Transactional strategies
Whole language


Methodologies
04:09

Methodology Quiz
23 questions

Methodology
10:30

Methodology
08:13

Methodology
06:14

Methodology
07:05

Methodology
08:50

Theorists
01:11

Theorists
06:41
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Part VI
1 Lecture 02:46
Conclusion
02:46

Students will practice to see what they understand about ELL. This 120 question exam is in the areas of assessment, grammar, language and theories. These are basic questions a teacher may be asked during a Praxis examination.

Praxis Practice Test 1
120 questions

Students will practice their general knowledge of ELL

Praxis Practice Test II
120 questions

Praxis Practice Test III
120 questions

Praxis Practice Test IV
120 questions

Praxis Practice Test V
120 questions

Praxis Practice Test VI
120 questions
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Websites
1 Lecture 00:13

View a list of websites you can visit to practice your grammar, take practice tests and find handouts for your classes.

List of Websites for practice tests and more information
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About the Instructor
Keith Brooks
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ELL Instructor at Udemy

Keith Brooks has been an ELL teacher for over 10 years.  Starting his career in South Korea and moving to Cambodia.  During this time he has taught to over 3,000 students in six countries including, Taiwan, The Northern Marianas, Thailand, and Philippines.  

While in Korea he developed a knack for teaching and began to create courses for schools in Korea and Cambodia.  His curriculum is still taught in these schools  

He has a master's degree in ELL from Western Governors University and is a licensed teacher in Arizona and Utah.