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Graduate Academic Catalog 2020 - 2021 
    
Graduate Academic Catalog 2020 - 2021 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EDUC 607 - Aspectos Del Bilinguismo/Bilingualism in Context

Credits 3
This course covers the cultural aspects of bilingualism and biliteracy from a global and local perspective. Candidates demonstrate knowledge of the country/countries of origin, including geographic barriers, demographic and linguistic patterns, and the ways in which these affect trends of migration, immigration and settlement in the United States. The course is taught in Spanish and utilizes Foreign Language across the Curriculum (FLAC) approaches and methods in order to assure a high degree of academic language development in the target language as well as to scaffold the delivery of the academic content of the course. Students will have an opportunity to attain and demonstrate language proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing equivalent to the passing standard on the CSET: Spanish language examination for the Bilingual Authorization. Meets Bilingual Authorization Standards 5 and 6. Non-field-based course offered every summer. Can be taken concurrently with EDUC 606. For both Multiple Subjects and Single Subject credential students.
May not be audited.