French, Minor - Teaching - EA-A

Early Adolescence/Adolescence, Teaching (Code 260-404)

A minimum of 24 semester credits beyond FREN 102, or 16 semester credits beyond FREN 202, including:
FREN 315Advanced Grammar in Context3
FREN 325Phonetics and Pronunciation3
FREN 335Written and Oral Expression3
or FREN 340 French for Professional Communication
FLG 378Second Language Acquisition Theory3
Students may earn their remaining credits from any of the following, but must take a minimum of six credits at the 400 level:
Written and Oral Expression (whichever course is not counted as part of the above core requirements)
French for Professional Communication
Introduction to Literary Analysis
History of French Civilization
Contemporary French Civilization
Survey of French Literature I
Survey of French Literature II
Advanced Conversation
Francophone Literature
Modern French Literature
Special Topics
Up to three credits may be applied to the minor from the following with adviser and department approval:
Directed Studies
Independent Study - Juniors
Independent Study - Seniors
Language Immersion Requirement 1
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 Language Immersion Requirement: All majors and minors who wish to be certified to teach a foreign language must complete an appropriate period of language immersion in residence in a country in which the language is spoken, or provide an alternative language immersion experience that must be approved by the Department. The minimum time period for meeting the residence/immersion requirement is six weeks. However, the Department of Languages recommends that students spend at least one semester abroad. 

NOTE 1:  ES 366 (two credits) required. This minor is restricted to students in the College of Education and Human Sciences: Education Studies: Option B or C and leads to licensure to teach French in Early Adolescence through Adolescence classrooms.

NOTE 2:  For certification, passing the OPI or OPIc and WPT with a score of Intermediate High or above on the ACTFL rating scale is required. Please see your adviser for additional certification requirements.