Language Arts Principles in Bilingual Settings.
Three semester hours.
This course, taught in Spanish, focuses on relevant theories, models, and types of bilingual education as related to the development of bilingual, bicultural, and biliterate individuals. Candidates exhibit effective evidence based practice, methods, techniques, and assessment practices/strategies used with language arts instruction across the content areas for L1s and L2s in bilingual settings which facilitate successful transition to English literacy. 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 EDBE 3334, SPAN 3310, and SPAN 4311.
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