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Community service activity working with elementary and/or secondary teachers responsible for instruction of students learning English as their second language. Possible activities: assisting teachers in the development of appropriate ELL (English Language Learner) lessons and activities; directly instructing students; translating; and tutoring and assisting students who are not native English speakers. 1 credit. (EL)
$5 per credit fee. 1 credit (EL)
Preparatory work for GLCS 483, GLFR 485, GLJP 485, and GLSP 485. Construction of a portfolio during the year abroad including self assessment of progress in all skills and increased cultural understanding, representative coursework, oral interviews. See Majors Manual for specific requirements related to each language. All required items must be turned in on time as a prerequisite for admittance to MDLA 483. 2 credits.
Integration of students' personal experiences living and studying abroad with the course work completed on campus and abroad for the language major. Emphasis on the role of language, both verbal and non-verbal, in cross-cultural interactions. Prerequisites: 380, senior standing and acceptance as a language major. 2-4 credits. (MWI)
Practical experience in a work setting drawing upon the specialized skills developed by language majors. Additional expertise as required for a given internship setting (marketing, communications, leadership potential, etc.). Preference given to language majors and minors. 40 hours on-site for each enrolled credit. Prerequisites: advanced language proficiency, complete preapplication and departmental approval. 1-3 credits. (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory) (EL)