Active Course List

2023-2024


World Languages and Cultures

A field experience in a secondary school setting for students earning licensure in modern language teaching. Practicum students work with middle or high school students of French, German, or Spanish. Take concurrently with or following MODL 460.

Introduction to theory and practice of modern language teaching for children grades K-6, including oral language development, second language literacy development, content-based language instruction, and techniques for language immersion programs. The course meets state licensure requirements.

A field experience in an elementary setting for students earning licensure in modern language teaching. Practicum students work with elementary school students in French, German, or Spanish. Take concurrently with or following MODL 462.

Students will explore the linguistic variations for developing productive language skills and study the cultural similarities and differences between Spanish and Portuguese (Europe, South America, Africa).

Programs:
Spanish for the Professions (MS)

Special topics in language education. May be repeated for credit.

Classroom experience in post-secondary teaching.