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Adolescence Education: French Major Requirements

I. Professional Education Sequence

EDUC 106 Issues, Philosophy. and Foundations in Education

3 s.h.

EDUC 201 Diversity and Teaching

3 s.h.

EPSY 229 Survey of Exceptional Children

3 s.h.

EPSY 275 Psychological Foundations of Education: Learning and Motivation

3 s.h.

EPSY 250 Adolescent Growth and Development


EDUC 246 Development of Language and Adolescence Literacy

3 s.h.

EDUC 346 Teaching Reading in Content Area

3 s.h.

EDUC 213 Education Law Requirements

1 s.h.

FLED 392 Research, Theory and Practice in Middle & High School Foreign Language Education

4 s.h.

FLED 396 Student Teaching in Secondary Foreign Language

12 s.h.

FLED 398 Seminar in Middle and High School Foreign Language Education

3 s.h.


Sub Total 41 s.h.

II. Content Courses

FREN 104 or equivalent before entering major field


FREN 201 Advanced French I

3 s.h.

FREN 202 Advanced French II

3 s.h.

FREN 208 Survey of French Literature I

3 s.h.

FREN 209 Survey of French Literature II

3 s.h.

FREN 210 Survey of Francophone Literature

3 s.h.

FREN 219 Advanced French Conversation

3 s.h.

FREN 220 Advanced French Composition

3 s.h.

FREN 204 French Civilization I and


FREN 205 French Civilization II

6 s.h.

Selections in French Literature (choose three)


FREN 316 French Literature of the Renaissance


FREN 317 French Neo-Classical Literature


FREN 318 The French Enlightenment


FREN 319 French Literature of the 19th Century


FREN 320 Modern French Literature

9 s.h.


Sub Total 36 s.h.

III. Related Work

EDUC 254 Integrated Technology: Middle/High School

3 s.h.

Any Foreign Language at the 102 level or higher ~OR~ demonstration of proficiency to be determined by the Foreign Languages and Literature Department

0-6 s.h.


Sub Total 3-9 s.h.

IV. General Education Coursework

Must complete at least 7 of the 10 general education areas with a minimum of 30 s.h.. These courses may overlap with other requirements.

V. Electives

Electives dependent upon selections and with advisement

16-24 s.h.


Program Total 122 s.h.

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