EDUC 4405 Seminar on Methods of Teaching Modern Languages, Student Teaching I.

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as EDUC 71.11.
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3 hours recitation, weekly supervised teaching, (total 20 days, 150 hours); 5 credits

Objectives, variations in methodology and curriculum construction, evaluation, and role of materials and resources aligned with New York State learning standards and applied to teaching specific subject areas at grade levels appropriate for state certification requirements; selection of supervised instructional experiences structured to evolve professional awareness; development of self-reflective teaching styles and assessment procedures to address the learning needs of a diverse student population, students with special needs, and English language learners; continued application of knowledge of language acquisition and literacy development by native English speakers and English language learners, and of strategies for integrating technology into the classroom. Students spend a minimum of two hours each day in the school. Daily supervised student teaching in grades appropriate for state certification requirements. Observing, developing, and studying curriculum in light of teaching experiences and observations.

Prerequisite: Education 3401 [64.1] unless otherwise specified by the major department and approval of the chairperson of the major department and the head of Adolescence Education and Special Subjects. Prerequisite or corequisite: Education 3402 [69] unless otherwise specified by the major department and the head of Adolescence Education and Special Subjects.


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