2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Apr 22, 2019  
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Language Studies–Teaching Major


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(31 credits)

Choose one of the following concentrations:


Concentration in Spanish Teaching (24 credits)*:


*Six credits of the 300/400 level Spanish teaching courses may be fulfilled by 6 credits of study abroad.

Concentration in World Languages (24 credits)


Students should be aware that in the case of less commonly taught languages some courses may not be routinely available on campus. Credit can be earned via appropriate study abroad or transfer work.

Required Courses:


Electives (18 credits):


Eighteen credits of 300/400-level course work in languages, literatures, and lingusitics, or one specific language, to include 6 credits of course work in culture, 3 credits of literature, 3 credits of advanced grammar, and 3 credits of oral communication.

Concentration in Teaching English as a Second Language (24 credits)


Teacher Education Program


Students pursuing the language studies teaching major must also fulfill the requirements of the Teacher Education Program listed below:

Professional education courses taught in the College of Arts and Sciences (3 credits):


Requirement for Spanish Teaching and World Language Teaching:


Three credits of content methods course work are required in the senior high-junior high/middle school professional education sequence described in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology.

Requirement for Teaching English as a Second Language:


Three credits of content methods course work are required in the all-grade professional education sequence described in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology.

Note:


An applied experience component is required within the 31 credits and must consist of at least 6 credits of 300/400-level course work taken as a Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics study abroad course approved by advisor. 

A minimum 2.5 grade point average for all course work required in the major. 

Students who enter with a strong language background are eligible to receive credit by examination through various sources such as the University’s placement test or CLEP tests for beginning and intermediate level credit, and the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages test for advanced level credit.

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