Spanish (K-12) Teaching Minor
This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Students in Spanish will be able to use their language skills in daily life as well as possess:
- a general understanding (historical and contemporary) of the culture(s) of that language;
- an acquaintance with the literature of that language;
- a general understanding of the grammar of that language;
- (for teaching majors and minors) an acquaintance with traditional and current methodology for teaching modern languages and familiarity with on-going issues in modern languages
For students who are gaining teaching licensure in a content major, the following minor leads to endorsement. All students desiring licensure to teach are required to file an Application for Admission to the Educator Preparation Program.
|EDU 497C||Methods: K-12 Modern Language||2|
|SPNS 201||Intermediate Spanish I 1||3|
|SPNS 202||Intermediate Spanish II 1||3|
|SPNS 321||Adv Spanish Conversations I 1||3|
|SPNS 322||Adv Spanish Conversations II 1||3|
|SPNS 311||Hispanic Culture & Civ I||3|
|or SPNS 312||Hispanic Culture & Civ II|
|Select two upper division courses in Spanish in consultation with advisor from the following:||6|
|Spanish Comp & Grammar I|
|Spanish Comp & Grammar II|
|Topics in Spanish American Lit|
|Topics in Spanish Literature|
|Total Minimum Credits||23|
Students with fluency may receive credit for these courses through the challenge mechanism. In addition to language courses, it is recommended that students, in consultation with their advisors, select appropriate courses in other disciplines which will enhance their preparation to teach Spanish
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.