The course content reflects the communicative approach to language learning within an immersion context. Complexity of language and tasks will vary depending on the needs and level of language acquisition of the learners. The content is based on themes and topics of interest to the learners.
Authentic academic materials such as textbooks, journals, videotapes, films, audiotapes, and simulated tasks, assignments and quizzes will be used.
Instructors will use a variety of methods (whole and small group instruction, individual instruction, and student directed learning). The instructor will facilitate, observe and evaluate student learning in the following contexts:
Faculty are responsible for 16 hours of classroom-based instruction. All other activities take place under the direction of monitors or staff.
A mastery model of on-going evaluation will be used. A student will reach mastery when she/he has demonstrated through satisfactory completion of assignments and participation in learning events that the course objectives have been achieved. Progress will be monitored on a regular basis by the instructor in consultation with each student. The student will be expected to attend regularly and participate in all assigned activities.
Students will develop strategies for using language appropriate to academic work. They will demonstrate mastery of objectives required for the previous level, as well as the ability to use language to:
Textbooks and Materials to be Purchased by Students:
No corequisite courses.
No equivalent courses.
This course is not required for any other course.
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|There are no applicable transfer credits for this course.|