Teaching the Content Areas in a Dual Language Environment.
Three semester hours.
This course, taught in Spanish, focuses on developing the knowledge and skills required of bilingual elementary teachers in dual language settings. Candidates demonstrate their ability to prepare lessons in Spanish by integrating academic content, content-related vocabulary, and critical thinking skills using evidenced-based practices and assessment strategies for second language learners in order to meet the affective, cognitive, and linguistics needs of children. Prerequisites: Admitted to and in good standing in the College of Education, demonstration of oral and written proficiency in Spanish, as demonstrated by successful completion of the Spanish language requirements, and successful completion of SPAN 3310 and SPAN 4311.
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