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FLED 392 Research, Theory and Practice in Middle and High School Foreign Language Education
The theory and practice of teaching modern foreign languages in the classroom to English speakers. Emphasis is placed on: the concept of language and linguistics; the psychology and problems of language learning; the techniques of language teaching; modern research and practice in language testing; audiolingual-visual materials, recorders, and the language laboratory in the language learning and teaching situation. Assignments will be differentiated according to the student’s major interest in French, German, or Spanish. Course includes a minimum of 52 hours field placement in a middle or high school Foreign Language classroom. Offered Fall only.
Prerequisite: Candidate status in Education required.
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