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Theories, Methods, and Practices in the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language

Description:
This course is specifically designed for pre-service and in-service teachers. It will provide an overview of second-language acquisition theory as well as an in-depth study of current foreign language methodology as it applies to the teaching of Spanish in middle school and high school environments. The philosophy of this methodology centers on the use of language in meaningful contexts for real-world communicative purposes. It is firmly grounded in the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning and the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for Foreign Languages. Students will gain practice in evaluating textbooks, writing lesson plans, and designing instructional units, as well as in classroom management procedures.

Offered in:

2015 Summer

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01B 1964 - Mansilla,Diego Adrian ON-LINE More Info