French, Minor - Teaching - MC-EA
Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence, Teaching (Code 260-405)
|A minimum of 24 semester credits beyond FREN 102, or 16 semester credits beyond FREN 202, including:|
|FREN 315||Advanced Grammar in Context||3|
|FLG 378||Second Language Acquisition Theory||3|
|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|
|Introduction to Literary Analysis|
|History of French Civilization|
|Contemporary French Civilization|
|Survey of French Literature I|
|Survey of French Literature II|
|Discussions on Contemporary Societal Issues|
|Environmental and Linguistic Diversity|
|Independent Study - Juniors|
|Independent Study - Seniors|
|Language Immersion Requirement 1|
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 437 required. This minor is restricted to students in the College of Education and Human Sciences: Education Studies: Option A and leads to licensure to teach French in Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence classrooms.
NOTE 2: For departmental recommendation for student teaching and certification, passing the OPI or OPIc with a score of Intermediate High or above on the ACTFL rating scale is required. Please see your advisor for additional certification requirements.