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Full transfer credit will be awarded for courses in the following specializations based upon comparable prior credits earned.
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Bonjour! Are you interested in learning another language? Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to teach this language?
If so, Marywood's French certification program sounds like a perfect fit for you! Marywood's reputation for producing outstanding French teachers is recognized throughout the Northeast. Our graduates are leaders in foreign language pedagogy. Guided by the National Standards of the American Council of the Teachers of Foreign Language, our students are prepared in a variety of traditional and cutting-edge methodologies and technology.
Our curriculum is rich in the areas of civilization, literature, film, and fine arts and is reinforced with cultural events outside the classroom, including travel abroad. Our conversation and language courses challenge both native and non-native students to attain an ever deepening understanding of the Francophile worlds.
33 credits selected from the following:
|FREN 211 & 212||Intermediate French*||3, 3|
|FREN 221 & 222||Language & Culture (or equivalent course)*||3, 3|
|FREN 275 & 276||Conversational French*||3, 3|
|FREN 302 & 303||Introduction to Literature**||3, 3|
|FREN 306 & 307||French Cinema & Culture I, II**||3, 3|
|FREN 311 & 312||Readings in French Literature I, II**||3, 3|
|FREN 333 & 334||French Civilization**||3, 3|
|FREN 411B||Curriculum Methods & Materials for Languages*||3|
|ENGL 400||Structure of Linguistics*||3|
|EDUC 500||First Semester Certification Seminar||0|
Field Experience (190 clock hours minimum)
|EDUC 502||Multidisciplinary Foundations of Education||3|
|EDUC 523||Seminar: Psychology of Education||3|
|PSY 514||Human Development||3|
|R ED 526||Teaching Content Area Reading||3|
|S ED 507||Characteristics of Students with Disabilities||3|
|EDUC 411A||Effective Instruction in Secondary and K-12 Education||3|
|S ED 511||Curriculum for Special Needs Learners (taken w/ Student teaching)||3|
|S ED 539||Behavior Management Approaches||3|
|EDUC 561||Methods, Materials and Assessment ESL||3|
|EDUC 442A-Q||Student Teaching||3,3|
|EDUC 595A||Student Teaching Seminar||1|