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SPAN 454. Teaching Spanish in the Secondary School.

Credits: 2
Department: Spanish
Description: Taken concurrently with student teaching. Application of language learning principles in secondary schools. Selection and presentation of daily and unit lessons. Critique based on the theories discussed in LC 461 and LC 462. BS capstone course. Cannot be used as an elective in a BA program.
Prerequisites: LC 461 and LC 462
Semester Offered: DEMAND
Grading Method: S/U
Additional Information: Course Day and Time: Arranged

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Produce and evaluate sample lesson plans appropriate for secondary school.
2. Apply linguistic and intercultural techniques appropriate to age and language level of students during clinical experience.
3. Develop meaningful lesson plans for field experience, apply linguistic and intercultural techniques, demostrate awareness of assessment tools following standards of language proficiency.
4. Develop a professional portfolio at the end of clinical experience, including own materials, class observations by teacher supervisor, colleagues and academic supervisor.
5. Discuss and describe teaching experiences with teaching supevisor and academic supervisor on a regular basis during experience.






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