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EDG 615 World Languages Instruction and Assessment in Inclusive Adolescent Classrooms

Course Description: This course is designed to provide beginning World Languages teachers the opportunity to develop curriculum materials and plan instruction and assessments for teaching World Languages in today's diverse classrooms, with students of a wide range of abilities. Candidates will develop the knowledge and skills to integrate the teaching of languages and culture in meaningful ways. They will use formal and informal methods of assessment to inform and design effective instruction to improve student learning. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs, skills and interests of diverse learners. Candidates will integrate creative and appropriate uses of technology as a tool to enhance and support student learning in languages. Candidates will plan and teach a demonstration lesson. They will reflect on their instructional practices, and articulate a personal development plan to improve their teaching of World Languages and to expand their teaching repertoire to facilitate student achievement.

Course Rotation: Fall.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

EDG 601 Minimum Grade of B and EDG 610 Minimum Grade of B