Apr 22, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
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WLED 405 - Methods of Teaching a Modern World Language

(4 credits)

Designed to prepare teaching candidates and others interested in language teaching to teach a modern world language to K-12 students. Focuses on current second language acquisition and learning theories based on contextualized language instruction and the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century. Practical application of the material will be done through a clinical experience. Must be taken the fall before student teaching. Teacher candidates’ oral proficiency and writing skills should be adequate to teach in the target language. Prerequisites: SPAN 301 - Spanish Composition and Conversation  or SPAN 310 - Spanish for Native/Heritage Speakers  or equivalent; and EDFD 401 - Human Development and Learning: K-12 & 5-12  and EDFD 461 - Multicultural Youth, Children, & Families: Part I: K-12 and 5-12  or instructor permission. Grade only. Offered fall semester. Note: Course taught in English and open to non-teaching majors with instructor approval.

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