ROM - Romance Languages

ROM 512 Teaching Second Languages in K–12

Study of second language teaching approaches applicable to the K–12 school classroom. Students learn to develop and evaluate materials applicable to effective second language programs in the K–12 schools.

3

Prerequisites

TED 445 or TED 545

ROM 519 Second Language Acquisition

Introduction to scientific research of the various processes of how people learn a second or foreign language.

3

Prerequisites

FRE 415 or SPA 408 or SPA 415 or SPA 416 or permission of department

ROM 600 Methods of Teaching Romance Languages

Methods and techniques for teaching Romance languages at the college level.

3

Prerequisites

Departmental appointment as a TA or any graduate student with an interest in applied linguistics

ROM 601 Research Methods and Critical Analysis

Research and analysis in literary and cultural criticism, emphasizing applications to Hispanic and/or French/Francophone literatures and cultures. Designed especially for entering MA students.

3

Prerequisites

Admission to MA in Romance languages or departmental permission

ROM 665 Clinical Practice/Seminar in Teaching Foreign Languages

Clinical practicum in teaching foreign language. Observation, participation, and appropriate classroom teaching experience in a full-time teaching assignment with a weekly seminar.

3–6

Prerequisites

Completion of 15 hours of pedagogical coursework in the MEd program and permission of department

 

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