EDU 4110 - Methods and Materials in Modern Foreign Languages (3)
Prerequisites: Students must be admitted a full semester prior to student teaching. The following methods and materials courses are intended to give an understanding of the special teaching procedures and materials related to each of the special fields of teaching. These courses provide an understanding of teaching procedures, classroom management, reading skills, and effective teaching strategies and materials related to specialized subjects areas. These courses are components of the Senior Semester in Teacher Education for elementary, middle school, secondary, and specialty area majors. The student teacher completes the professional portfolio and participates in mock interviews and specialty area coaching sessions. Prerequisite to all methods courses are admission to the Teacher Education Program and an overall GPA of at least 2.5. Corequisites: EDU 4200 Student Teaching. This is a competency-based course addressing current theory and widely accepted models and methods of second-language instruction for grades 9-12. It is a practice-centered course requiring demonstration of acquired knowledge in simulated and actual situations. Emphasis is placed on the North Carolina Public School Second-Language Curriculum and on developing the professional knowledge and skills necessary to teach in that curriculum.
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