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5440-06 French

By fulfilling the French major requirements students will meet most of the endorsement requirements for the State of Vermont.In addition the following courses are highly recommended.

 

FREN language courses 0205 or above

FREN literature and civilization 0210 and above

FREN courses at the 0300 level

LING

These courses may coincide with the fulfillment of major or minor requirements

 

Specific course and endorsement alignments

 

Knowledge Standards

Attained through fulfillment of major or minor requirements and selected electives

Middlebury Course Offering

Knowledge/skill required

Major requirements

FREN 0210

FREN 0220

FREN 0230

Proficiency in speaking, reading, writing, and aural comprehension in the target language(s)

Major requirements

FREN 0205

The structure, phonetic system, and different socio-linguistic levels of the target language(s)

Major requirements

FREN 0210

FREN 0220

FREN 0230

The practices, products, and perspectives of the target culture(s), including a broad general foundation in the arts, history, geography, economics, and literature of the target culture(s)

Study Abroad

The individual and societal advantages of foreign language learning

LING

The developmental process of second language acquisition at the early childhood/elementary and/or middle/secondary levels

LING

Research-based instructional methods and strategies that develop foreign language communication skills as a process and articulate continuous sequences of instruction across the early childhood/elementary and/or middle/secondary instructional levels

 

Performance Standards

Attained through Senior work in major and presentations in all Computer Science courses, Education Studies courses, including EDST 0410 Student Teaching Seminar, and understanding faculty use of best practice in their own classes

Middlebury Course Offering

Knowledge/skill required

EDST 0318

EDST 0320

EDST 0410

Applies knowledge of research-based methods and strategies for teaching foreign languages and cultures to the design of developmentally-appropriate learning activities for students with diverse learning styles, interests, and linguistic backgrounds

FREN 0400 level seminar or

FREN 0500 or

FREN 0700

EDST 0318

EDST 0320

EDST 0410

Uses authentic documents and materials (such as music, art, food, literature, or newspapers) in order to develop students' understanding and appreciation of the target culture's history, geographical regions, values, and customs

FREN 0400 level seminar or

FREN 0500 or

FREN 0700

EDST 0318

EDST 0320

EDST 0410

Selects and incorporates instructional media appropriate to foreign language learning, including authentic print and electronic materials from the target culture

FREN 0400 level seminar or

FREN 0500 or

FREN 0700

EDST 0318

EDST 0320

EDST 0410

Focuses teaching on the development of cross-cultural and linguistic competence through critical thinking and communicative activities

EDST 0410

Integrates classroom curricular themes with the foreign language curriculum (early childhood/elementary)

EDST 0410

Advocates for all students to learn a foreign language and culture at the earliest possible age

 

5440-06 Modern and Classical Languages