General Education 44
Intermediate Spanish* - Spanish 201 & 202 11
Advanced Spanish - Spanish 301, 302, 400 (400 normally taken during last semester) 11
Spanish Electives 300 - 400 Level 18
Intermediate Spanish - 201, 202 8
Advanced Spanish - 301, 302, 308, 400 15
Advanced Spanish Electives 300-400 level 15 (Will normally include at least 2 courses in culture, 2 in literature; teacher candidates are strongly encouraged to take 311, 312, 351** and 352**)
FL 486 The Learning and Teaching of Foreign Languages * 3 (should be taken 1-2 semesters before student teaching)
Credit is earned for only those courses in which grades of C or better are earned. A "B" average in the major is required for certification.
Students who declare themselves as teacher candidates beginning fall 2005 must demonstrate Advanced-Low oral proficiency (ACTFL scale) in order to meet requirements for student teaching. In order to demonstrate Advanced-Low oral proficiency, teacher candidates obtain an Advanced Level Check certificate.
Teacher candidates who declared prior to fall 2005, must complete an interview with the Teacher Advisory Committee of the FL Dept. in order to be accepted for student teaching. Applications are due the 1st week of the semester prior to the semester in which the candidates plan to student teach.
Intermediate Spanish* - Spanish 201 & 202 8
Advanced Spanish Spanish 301 or 302 4
Spanish Electives 300 - 400 Level (One must be SPAN 311 or SPAN 312) 9
Discover Spain - http://www.spaintour.com/
ESAVillafranca Sattelite Tracking Station WWW in Spain - http://www.vilspa.esa.es/The_Web/Spain.html
Si, Spain - http://www.sispain.org/
WWW Virtual Library: Latin American Studies - http://lanic.utexas.edu/las.html
Latin America on the Net - http://www.latinworld.com/index.html
ABC Spain - http://www.abc.es/
Centro Chicano - http://www.stanford.edu/dept/elcentro/