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course is part of the elementary methods-in-teaching semester, which includes anintensive clinical with daily teaching responsibilities. PEAK required. This courseis associated with an approved PEAK in conjunction with EDUC 332, EDUC 333EDUC 334, EDUC 336, and EDUC 337. Prerequisites: Admission into the TeacherEducation Program and EDUC 210 or EDUC 212; Corequisite: EDUC 332; MinimumGPA: 2.75EDUC 352 – Technology, Instruction and Ecology of the SecondaryClassroom. 4 credits. E.Secondary teacher candidates will increase theirknowledge about teaching and learning by honing their practical abilities throughclassroom and field placement teaching experience. Specific areas addressedinclude: student diversity, classroom management, standards in education,planning for instruction, assessment theories and practices, and appropriateuse of educational technology. PEAK required. Prerequisites: Admission into theTeacher Education Program and EDUC 210 or EDUC 212; Minimum GPA: 2.75
EDUCATION |93EDUC 359 – Kindergarten Education, 2 credits. B2, B4.This courseincludes: characteristics, needs, behaviors and development of the 5-year-oldchild; an overview of the developmentally appropriate kindergarten curriculum,a recognition of the importance of integrating the subject areas within thecurriculum, the philosophy and practice of emergent literacy and how toimplement it, how to assess whether one’s own classroom supports literacy,and the importance of continual growth and development as a professional inkindergarten education. A clinical is included. Prerequisites: Admission into theTeacher Education Program and EDUC 210 or EDUC 212; Minimum GPA: 2.75EDUC 362 – Secondary Methods of Teaching in World Languages, 4credits. A1, Fall 2017.Methods and materials for teaching modern and classicallanguages at the secondary level are presented and discussed. The student is alsointroduced to theories of second language acquisition. A clinical experience isincluded. Prerequisites: Admission into the Teacher Education Program and EDUC210 or EDUC 212; Corequisite: EDUC 352; Minimum GPA: 2.75EDUC 363 – FLES Methods of Teaching, 4 credits. E2.FLES means “foreignlanguages in the elementary school.” This course develops the techniques ofteaching elementary school children the four basic language skills: listening,speaking, reading and writing in a foreign language. A clinical experience isincluded. This class is held at an area elementary school; students are responsiblefor transportation to and from the school. Prerequisites: Admission into theTeacher Education Program and EDUC 210 or EDUC 212; Minimum GPA: 2.75;Junior statusEDUC 364 – Second Language Acquisition, 2 credits. E1.This courseprovides a general introduction into how people acquire a second language.Complex interactions between learners, learners and teachers, and betweenlearners and native speakers, how non-native language develops, stabilizes andexperiences attrition will be examined. Includes analysis and interpretation oflanguage acquisition among learners during classroom observation. Prerequisites:

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