Teaching and Mentoring in the Languages

The 'teaching and mentoring' focal study is a practical and theoretical study that presents students with a variety of options to better understand, explore and develop teaching and mentoring skills, as well as acquire self-confidence and develop an engaging presence in front of an audience.

Instructions for Focal Study 1

Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.

Complete at least one course from each cluster, at least 4 credits from the first cluster and at least 4 credits of foreign language at the 200-level or higher from the second cluster.

First Cluster (complete 4 credits)
EDUC 372 The Ecuadorian Experience: Language, Culture, and Education 2 credits
HUM 300 Mentoring in the Humanities 4 credits
CIV 105 Introduction to Civic Engagement 2 credits
WORL 325 Mentoring and Tutoring in the Languages 2 credits
WORL 365 Teaching Languages & Culture in Elem School 4 credits
Second Cluster (complete 1 foreign language course 200-level or above)
CHIN 201 Intermediate Chinese 4 credits
FREN 201 Intermediate French 4 credits
GER 201 Intermediate German 4 credits
JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese 4 credits
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish 4 credits
Third Cluster (complete 1 course)
EDUC 260 Foundations of Education 2 credits
EDUC 308 Learning Communities I: Personal Aware 2 credits
EDUC 370 School and Society 2 credits
EDUC 420 Language Acquisition in Children 2 credits
PSY 216 Introduction to Psychology of Studying 2 credits
PSY 316 Advanced Psychology of Studying 4 credits