GED 7881 - Teaching World Languages in K-12 Part II
Goals: To allow teacher candidates to practice and to demonstrate competence with effective assessment and teaching methodology within K-12 World Languages classrooms. Second in a two-course sequence.
Content: Planning curriculum that incorporates national, state and local standards; implementing a variety of instructional strategies to address the needs of diverse learners; using and implementing formative and summative assessments. This course includes 30 hours of clinical experience outside of scheduled class time - dates, times, and school sites to be determined. This is a graduate level course with graduate level expectations.
Target audience: K-12 World Languages licensure candidates
Taught: Spring term
Prerequisite: GED 7878 with a grade of B- or better