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Course Overview

Students will learn foreign language teaching and learning techniques and research methods for classroom application. In addition to acquiring knowledge of past language learning theories and principle methodologies, comparisons and discussions of those theories will be applied to current best practices in foreign language teaching and research as guided by the discipline’s National Standards for Foreign Language. Learning developed by the national professional organization, the American Council on Foreign Languages. Learning outcomes include evaluation and assessment criteria, student review and the development of student-centered written class work through mentoring and collaboration with department faculty in the students’ target language area.

Prerequisites: Open to students majoring/minoring in Spanish; permission of the department

Program: World Languages and Cultures

Credit: 3

Other Courses

WLC-599

Independent Study

Independent Study

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-6

WLC-495

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-5

WLC-499

Independent Study

Intensive supervised study and research on topics of…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-3

WLC-315

Contemporary African Issues

This course provides a multidisciplinary introduction to the…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 3

WLC-320

Field Experience

This junior-level course provides an effective way for…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 1-5

WLC-361

Masterpieces of French…

An analysis of the changing trends in the…

World Languages and Cultures

Credits 3