ACRONYMS & GLOSSARY
 

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AE
Adult (Language) Education: Elizabeth Tannenbaum
AP
Approaches to Language Teaching: Marti Anderson
CD
Curriculum Design & Assessment: Leslie Turpin
EAL
English Applied Linguistics: Elka Todeva (Advisor_MAT 47)
4S
Four Skills: Reading Writing Listening Speaking: Elizabeth Tannenbaum
GD
Group Dynamics: Marti Anderson (Advisor_MAT 48)
ICLT
Intercultural Communication for Language Teachers: Susan Barduhn
IN
Internship: Steve Iams (Supervisor_Advisor_MAT 48 year)
LALP
Language Analysis & Lesson Planning: Alex Silverman
POL
Politics of English: Elka Todeva
SAN
Sandanona Conference: Steve Iams_Advisor
SLA
Second Language Acquisition: Elka Todeva
SOC
Sociolinguistics: Alex Silverman

 

AAAL
American association of Applied linguistics
AAVE
African American Vernacular English
BICS
Basic interpersonal communicative skill
CALL
Computer assisted language learning
CALP
Cognitive academic language proficiency
EFL
English as a foreign language
ELL
English language learner
ELT
English language teaching or training
EN
English                                                                                                                                
GLOBAL ENGLISH
refers to the variety of Englishes spoken around the world              
IATEFL
International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
KASA
knowledge, attitude, skill, awareness: Our sub-competency categories
L1
First Language
L2
Second Language
LF
Lingua franca
MAT
Master of Arts in Teaching (at SIT_TESOL)
SIT
School for International Training
S
Student
SAE
Standard American English
T
Teacher
TEFL
Teaching English as a foreign language
TESOL
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and acronym:
TESOL International Association