Clinical Experiences Legend 1 Observation 2 Tutoring one on one contact 3 Non

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Clinical Experiences Legend 1. Observation 2. Tutoring one-on-one contact 3. Non-instruction assisting 4. Instructional aiding a group 5. Micro teaching 6. Simulation lab exercises 7. Work with clinic client 8. Graduate practicum 9. Professional meeting 10. Other Foreign Languages Courses Consult the Course Registration Directory on iCampus at to determine which courses will be offered in a given semester. For those languages which have no specific placement recommendations listed in this Undergraduate Catalog , stu- dents who have had no prior instruction in a foreign lan- guage, or 1 year of instruction, should enroll in the 111 course for the appropriate language. Students who have had 2, 3, or 4 years generally enroll in 112, 115, or 116 respec- tively. If prior language study took place more than 1 year earlier, a student may choose to enroll at a lower level. Transfer students and native speakers should consult with the Department's academic advisor to determine proper placement. CREDIT FOR ACQUIRED PROFICIENCY (CAP) If the first Foreign Languages course in which a student enrolls is above 111 in the regular sequence (112, 115, 116 or above), he or she may be eligible for proficiency acquired elsewhere. Student must apply for CAP by filling out a short form in the Department of Foreign Languages. Credit toward graduation for acquired proficiency will be granted upon completion at Illinois State University of 1 course (excluding Independent Study) with the grade of C or better. It is recommended that the course be taken as soon as possible after matriculation at Illinois State University. Stu- dents are reminded that no course in the major or minor may be taken under the CT/NC option. Students beginning at the 112-level and fulfilling the previous requirements will be granted 4 hours of CAP. Stu- dents beginning at the 115-level or above and fulfilling the above requirements will be granted 8 hours of CAP. 300-Level Foreign Languages Courses : Instruction in courses in literature and culture of the major fields of specialization (French, German, Spanish) will be given in the language of specialization whenever possible. General Courses 106 MYTH AND MEANING OC-H 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 req. MC-LH category rec. Major myths of the world; their nature, origins, cultural sig- nificance, interpretation, and relevance today. 125 LITERARY NARRATIVE MC-LH 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 or conc reg req. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Also offered as ENG 125. Critical reading and analysis of a variety of literary narra- tives that reflect on human experience. 128 GENDER IN THE HUMANITIES MC-LH 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 or conc reg req. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Also offered as COM/ENG 128. Examination of gender roles, norms, and stereotypes from a broad range of perspectives within humanities across cen- turies and cultures.
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