Recommended electives SPA 214 323 324 325 395 214 not for credit if have ACTFL

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Recommended electives: SPA 214, 323, 324, 325, 395, (214 not for credit if have ACTFL speaking score of Advanced); FOR 321. MINOR IN SPANISH 24 hours in Spanish required. Required courses: SPA 111, 112, 115, 116 or 120, 213, 214 or 223 (214 not for credit if have ACTFL speaking score of Advanced), SPA 215 or 233, plus sufficient electives to meet the total hour requirement previously indicated. Recommended elective: SPA 223, if not taken to fulfill requirement. The Department reserves the right to limit the number of minors in times of oversubscription. MINOR IN SPANISH For Teacher Education: A minimum of 26 and a maximum of 35 hours in Span- ish required. The number of hours required for the Minor in Spanish for Teacher Certification depends on the level at which a student begins the program. Stu- dents with no previous study in Spanish begin the lan- guage with SPA 111 and must complete 35 hours. Students with 2 years of high school Spanish (or equiva- lent) normally begin with SPA 112 and must complete 31 hours beyond SPA 111. Students with three years of high school Spanish (or equivalent) normally begin with SPA 115 and must complete 27 hours beyond SPA 111 and 112. Required courses: SPA 115, 116 or 120, 213, 214 or 223, 215 or 233; FOR 319; plus sufficient electives to meet the total hour requirement previously indicated. Recommended electives: SPA 214, 243, 244 305 (214 not for credit if have ACTFL speaking score of Advanced); FOR 319, 320, 321. The Department reserves the right to limit the number of minors in times of oversubscription. Teacher Education Requirements: Students seeking a Teacher Education degree must com- plete University-Wide Teacher Education program require- ments. These include a minimum GPA of 2.75 in the major. All Teacher Education majors must complete FOR 319 and 320. FOR 319 is taken in the fall semester and 320 in the spring semester of the junior or senior year. Teacher Educa- tion students are encouraged to apply for Admission to Pro- fessional Studies as soon as they have completed 30 hours, and must complete the Professional Education course work, the state of Illinois General Education requirements for Foreign Languages
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191 C A S Teacher Certification or Illinois State University’s General Education Program in its entirety and all other Teacher Education requirements (See College of Education section of the Undergraduate Catalog) . CLINICAL EXPERIENCES IN TEACHER EDUCATION Clinical Experiences are provided in off-campus clinical teaching centers, in local schools and in campus laboratory schools, in agencies and other approved non-school settings. All students will show verification of having completed pre- student teaching field experiences commensurate with attaining local, state, and national standards. Students must provide their own transportation to Clinical Experience sites. The approximate number of clinical hours and type of activity associated with each course offering can be found with the appropriate course description. The following legend relates to the type and kind of activity related to a specific course.
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