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Prerequisites: Open only to secondary world language education students in the Integrated Bachelor's/Master's Teacher Preparation Program
Grading Basis: Graded
Introduction to the theoretical and methodological issues in the teaching of world languages in U.S. schools. Examines current issues in the professional literature of the field and explores approaches to world language teaching and theories about language learning. Explores setting student learning goals, planning and engaging students in authentic, culturally relevant activities for language learning, with a focus on facilitating productive small group and whole class task-based discourse in the target language.
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