Language Methods Course Descriptions
- 1113 INTRODUCTION TO EUROPEAN LANGUAGES
- This course presents an overview of the structure and phonology of five major Western European languages: Latin, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
- 4903 METHODS & MEDIA IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
- This class is designed to help students understand the history of language teaching and the range of approaches and methods available to them. It also introduces current and historical understandings of the language acquisition process and the ways in which psychological and educational theory has influenced language teaching methodology. Students will research and practice different methods and will experience these from the perspective of both teacher and student. Classroom management, teaching objectives, testing, assessment of textbooks, development of instructional materials, and other aspects of language teaching as a profession are all features of the course. The course will cover the teaching of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as the culture-learning aspects of language acquisition. (Pre requisite: admission to Teacher Education)