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Undergraduate Course Descriptions — Applied Linguistics

  • The list of undergraduate courses on this page provides an overview of the courses we regularly offer
  • For complete information on the UG courses offered in a given semester, please consult the University’s searchable Schedule of Courses.Search for the abbreviation "APLNG".

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Academic Programs — Applied

The department offers an extensive program for undergraduate and graduate students in ESL and English for Academic Purposes (EAP), courses for international teaching assistants (ITA), and an English specialist program (in collaboration with the College of Education).

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Applied Linguistics

  • The Department of Applied Linguistics at Penn State's University Park campus is part of the College of the Liberal Arts
  • In teaching, research, and service, our mission is to advance understandings of language use and language learning from a range of anthropological, sociological, and psychological perspectives.

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International Teaching Assistant Program

  • The Department of Applied Linguistics offers three 3-credit courses specifically for International Teaching Assistants (ITAs)
  • Students who need to improve their speaking and presentation skills can enroll in the following courses according to the results of the American English Oral Communicative Proficiency Test (AEOCPT) [link the underlined text to the AEOCPT page] …

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Ph.D. Degree In Applied Linguistics — Applied Linguistics

  • The Department of Applied Linguistics is an intellectually engaged community dedicated to the scholarly and professional development of its graduate students
  • program in Applied Linguistics is shaped by the scholarship and teaching interests of the department’s outstanding faculty.

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American English Oral Communicative Test (AEOCPT

  • Also, effective January 1995, an American English Oral Communicative Proficiency Test (AEOCPT) score is required for enrollment in ESL 115G, ESL 117G, and ESL 118G
  • Students who have not taken the oral proficiency test will not be permitted to enroll in these courses
  • How is the AEOCPT different from other English language proficiency tests?

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Susan Strauss — Applied Linguistics

  • APLNG 484 Discourse-Functional Grammar; APLNG 581 Discourse Analysis; APLNG 597 Linguistic Anthropology (US and ASIA) ASIA 200 What Are Asian Languages? (offered in 2015-2016) KOR 498 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (Korea) Selected Publications
  • BOOKS Strauss, S., & Feiz, P
  • Discourse analysis: Putting our

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Meredith Doran — Applied Linguistics

  • Language & Identity; Power, Politics, and Language Ideologies; Sociolinguistics; French Sociolinguistics; Advanced Oral Communication in French; French Grammar & Composition; French Speaking & Reading; Second Language Teaching Methods; Selected Publications
  • A transdisciplinary framework for SLA in a

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Karen E. Johnson — Applied Linguistics

  • APLNG 584 Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning; APLNG 587 Theory and Research in L2 Teacher Education; APLNG 572 Communication in L2 Classrooms; APLNG 412 Teaching L2 Writing; APLNG 493 Teaching English as a Second Language; Selected Publications

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Deryn P. Verity — Applied Linguistics

  • Recent Courses (Online) Global English (Online) Language, Culture & Social Interaction; Second Language Reading; First-year seminar: Language as Social Practice; Tutoring Internship; Discourse-functional Grammar; Exploring L2 Classroom Practice; Materials & Curriculum Design for ESL; Selected Publications

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Celeste Kinginger — Applied Linguistics

  • APLNG 582 Seminar in Approaches to Language Use; APLNG 597 Narratives of Multilingual Identity; APLNG 597 Pragmatics in Language Learning and Teaching; APLNG 482Y Introduction to Applied Linguistics; Selected Publications
  • Social and cultural aspects of language learning in study abroad

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MA TESL Degree Program — Applied Linguistics

  • All students must complete 36 credit hours, or 12 courses, in the following areas: Foundations, Professional Core, and Methods of Language Study/Research
  • In addition to these areas, MA TESL students complete six credits of field experience in classroom and tutoring settings and choose elective courses in one or more areas of special interest.

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Matthew E. Poehner — Applied

  • Analyzing Interaction in Educational Contexts; Vygotsky and Education; Core Readings in Vygotsky; Vygotsky and Assessment; L2 Classroom-Based Assessment; Selected Publications
  • Validity and interaction in the ZPD: Interpreting learner development through L2 Dynamic Assessment.

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People — Applied Linguistics

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Ph.D. Students — Applied Linguistics

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The Intensive English Communication Program At Penn State

  • Courses; People; Research; Alumni; Contact The Intensive English Communication Program at Penn State The Intensive English Communication Program (IECP) is a unit in the College of the Liberal Arts and part of the Department of Applied Linguistics at Penn State
  • It is a premier, academically-focused intensive English program composed of a

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About — Applied Linguistics

  • The Department of Applied Linguistics at Penn State's University Park campus is part of the College of the Liberal Arts
  • In teaching, research and service, our mission is to advance understandings of language use and language learning from a range of anthropological, sociological, and psychological perspectives.

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English For Professional Purposes Intercultural Center

The English for Professional Purposes Intercultural Center (EPPIC) is a new initiative designed to provide research-based support for advanced English language learning and professional development to the growing cadre of internationals at Penn State.

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MA TESL Handbook — Applied Linguistics

  • This faculty member will help you determine the courses to take to complete your MA TESL program
  • Program of Study The MA TESL program consists of 36 credit hours of coursework that include a variety of experiences that provide authentic, integrated opportunities for students to plan, teach, reflect, research, and lead in ESL and EFL programs

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Sharon Childs — Applied Linguistics

  • APLNG 500 Practice Teaching in ESL; APLNG 493 Teaching English as a Second Language; APLNG 410 Teaching American English Pronunciation; On-Line Courses
  • APLNG 804 Focus on the Learner: Identity, Community, and Language Learning; APLNG 806 Focus on Classrooms: Planning and Supporting Language Learning

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Ph.D. Handbook And Roadmap — Applied Linguistics

  • Additional Courses (18 credits) In consultation with your academic advisor, you are required to take a minimum of 18 credits of additional courses
  • APLNG 510 – Health & Aging in Multilingual Contexts APLNG 511 – Applied Linguistics & Health Sciences APLNG 512 – Language and Adult Lifespan Development APLNG 570 – Second Language Reading

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James P. Lantolf — Applied Linguistics

  • George and Jane Greer Professor Emeritus in Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics
  • Director, Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research

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FAQ — Applied Linguistics

  • Students who want to pursue research in language education at K-12 levels might want to take courses in the College of Education
  • Students in the Language, Health, and Aging sequence within the department will want to round out their programs with courses

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Admissions Information — Applied Linguistics

  • Courses; People; Research; Alumni; Contact Admissions Information Ph.D
  • Successful applicants to our program have at the minimum: Undergraduate degree from an accredited institution of higher learning; 3.0 undergraduate grade point average (GPA) Master's degree in a related field

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Undergraduate ESL/EAP Courses — Applied Linguistics

  • Other courses in academic English are occasionally offered
  • ESL015 is offered in multiple sections every semester, including Summer sessions
  • Please check the current Schedule of Courses at Penn State for the exact times and locations of the classes on offer.

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Teaching English To Speakers Of Other Languages (TESOL

  • Prescribed courses (12 credits) APLNG 200 (GH, IL) Introduction to Language, Culture, and Social Interaction APLNG 210 (GH, IL) Global English APLNG 484 Discourse-Functional Grammar APLNG 493 (IL) Methods for Teaching ESL
  • Additional Courses (6 credits) Students will choose 6 credits from a list of courses that include the following:

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ESL/EAP Program — Applied Linguistics

  • The ESL/EAP (English as a Second Language / English for Academic Purposes) program consists of a series of classes that are offered through the Department of Applied Linguistics for undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled as matriculated students at The Pennsylvania State University.
  • For further information, contact the Director of ESL/EAP Programs, Dr

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Financial Assistance — Applied Linguistics

  • Teaching Assistants (TA) teach two courses per semester, generally in ESL
  • There may also be opportunities to teach languages other than English
  • Excellent oral and writing skills in the teaching language are required.

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Admissions Information — Applied Linguistics

  • Successful applicants to our program have at the minimum: A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution; 3.0 undergraduate grade point average (GPA)

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Joan Kelly Hall — Applied Linguistics

  • Ph.D., University at Albany, SUNY New York Areas of Specialization
  • Interactional Foundations of L2 Teaching and Learning; Classroom Discourse

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FAQ — Applied Linguistics

  • Check the current Schedule of Courses for these classes
  • ESL classes numbered ESL115G, 117G, and 118G are offered on a regular basis to graduate students who are preparing to become Teaching Assistants
  • If you would like more information, please visit the ITA Program webpage.

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Alumni — Applied Linguistics

Alumni of the Department of Applied Linguistics at Penn State represent our department through their research and scholarship and in their professional positions worldwide.

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ESL Program Specialist Postbaccalaureate Certificate

  • The ESL Program Specialist Postbaccalaureate Certificate (or ESL Program Specialist for short) is a program offered cooperatively by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education and the Department of Applied Linguistics
  • The program offers a path for in-service teachers and graduate students to complete the ESL certificate to prepare to work with English learners in

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Graduate ESL/EAP — Applied Linguistics

  • At the graduate level, we offer two elective courses: a 3-credit course on academic writing--ESL 116G Composition in the Academic Disciplines, and a 3-credit course in basic oral communication and pronunciation skills, ESL 114G, American Oral English for Academic Purposes
  • ESL116G Composition for Academic Disciplines

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M.A. Students — Applied Linguistics

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Stacy Suhadolc — Applied Linguistics

  • Recent Courses: ESL Composition for American Academic Communication; American Oral English for Academic Purposes; American Oral English for ITAs; all courses in the Penn State IECP Recent Presentations: Mattson, N
  • Interpreting Student Feedback About a CALL Program Through Activity Theory

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Contact — Applied Linguistics

  • Department of Applied Linguistics
  • The Pennsylvania State University 234 Sparks Building University Park, PA 16802
  • Phone: (814) 865-7365 Fax: (814) 863-7986

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Stephen D. Looney — Applied

  • APLNG 410 Teaching American English Pronunciation; APLNG 597 Introduction to Conversation Analysis; APLNG 586 Analyzing Classroom Discourse; APLNG 83 First Year Seminar in Applied Linguistics; APLNG 491 Theory: Second Language Acquisition; Selected Publications

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Placement Into ESL/EAP — Applied Linguistics

  • Placement into undergraduate ESL/EAP courses
  • Undergraduate students can be placed into ESL Program courses by themselves or upon the recommendation or requirement of their advisors in their home departments
  • There is no official institutional testing mechanism for placing students into undergraduate or graduate ESL classes.

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Faculty — Applied Linguistics

  • George and Jane Greer Professor Emeritus in Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics; Director, Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research

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Gabriela Appel — Applied Linguistics

  • Ph.D., Linguistics, University of Delaware, 1986; State Exam, English as a Foreign Language, University of Kassel, Germany, 1979

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Essentials Of SLA For L2 Teachers — Applied Linguistics

  • The author includes pedagogical implications and inquiry-based activities in each chapter that engage readers in further explorations of the topics covered in the chapter
  • Short and straightforward, Essentials of SLA for L2 Teachers is the ideal main resource for SLA courses taught at undergraduate and graduate-level teaching programs.

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Teaching In The ESL/EAP Program — Applied Linguistics

  • Courses; People; Research; Alumni; Contact Teaching in the ESL/EAP Program The instructional staff in the ESL/EAP program includes current doctoral and MA Teaching Assistants, Teaching Fellows, full-time lecturers, and adjunct instructors
  • Teaching assignments are made with every attempt to match expressed preferences and availability.

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ESL 015 Composition For American Academic Communication …

  • Models for Writers: Short Essays for Composition

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Guidelines For The Dissertation Proposal Document

  • Guidelines for the Dissertation Proposal Document Department of Applied Linguistics Format of the Exam Paper
  • The written proposal takes the form of a full research proposal using an established formatting style (APA, LSA; 12-point, Times New Roman).

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