Special Courses in Foreign Languages (F Lng)
Courses primarily for undergraduate students
F Lng 417. Student Teaching.
F Lng 480. Field Experience for Secondary Teaching Preparation.
F Lng 486. Methods in Elementary School Foreign Language Instruction. (Same as C I 486, Ling 486.)
F Lng 487. Methods in Secondary School Foreign Language Instruction. (Same as Ling 487, C I 487.) (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: 25 credits in a foreign language, admission to the teacher education program. Theories and principles of contemporary foreign language learning and teaching. Special emphasis on designing instruction and assessments for active learning.
F Lng 498. History of the Germanic Language. (Same as Ling 498.) (3-0) Cr. 3 or (3-2) Cr. 4. S. Prereq: Reading knowledge of German. Early philological history of German as it separates from Indo-European, development through the Old High and Middle High German periods, including the earliest written evidence. Influence of Martin Luther on modern German; theory of the development of Yiddish; modern sociolinguistic treatment of German outside of Germany, particularly in the United States, e.g., in the Amana Colonies as well as among the Old Order Amish. Fourth credit: supplementary readings and compositions in German. Nonmajor graduate credit.