MA TESOL students interested in studying on site at The New School's Greenwich Village campus can expedite their studies by taking up to 12 credits (four courses) in our eight-week summer intensive program. This is an opportunity to meet and learn from our distinguished instructors and interact with your classmates face-to-face and experience a summer in New York City. If you are not a native speaker of English, it's an opportunity to be completely immersed in the language and apply your language skills to real-world experience in a vibrant, cosmopolitan setting.
Affordable housing is available in university residence halls. You have to apply separately for university housing. Email email@example.com and identify yourself as a TESOL summer intensive student.
For information about registration and answers to your questions, contact the English Language Studies office: 212.229.5372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The summer intensive curriculum includes seminars, guest lectures, field trips, and workshops. In your own time you are encouraged to take advantage of the cultural opportunities New York offers beyond the classroom: see a Broadway play, enjoy a concert in Central Park or at a jazz club, and explore the historical sites, landmarks, and ethnic neighborhoods so vital to the city's character.
2013 dates will be announced soon.
Orientation for summer TESOL is held mid-June and repeated on July 16.
Language Analysis: Phonology, Lexis, and Syntax.Inter-cultural CommunicationMethods and Materials for Teaching ESL/EFL: Systems
Language Analysis: Grammar and DiscourseMethods and Materials for Teaching ESL/EFL: Skills
Principles of Language Teaching and Learning
TESOL students teach ESOL students in the New School Summer Outreach Program, an on-site teaching practicum. The program provides valuable classroom experience for teachers in training while helping meet the great need in New York City for free English language classes for immigrants.
72 5th Ave., 3rd Floor (Map)
New York, NY email@example.com
Phone: 212.229.5150 or 800.862.5039
School of Language Learning and Teaching
68 Fifth Ave., 2nd Floor (Map)
New York, NY firstname.lastname@example.org