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Monday, December 11, 2017

 
College of Education and Human Performance World Languages Education

Summer Methods Courses

World Languages Education Methodology Courses*
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May 15-17, 20-22, 2013, & May 23-24, 27-30, 2013
*Formerly known as the foreign language education summer institutes.

The UCF College of Education and Human Performance is offering two intensive courses in second language pedagogy.  Known through Florida for their innovative, integrated approach to teaching, these courses satisfy the special methods requirement for K-12 state certification in World Languages.  These courses are also appropriate for students pursuing the TEFL Undergraduate Certificate.  In addition, students seeking a minor in World Languages will enhance their second language teaching credentials by participating in the unique experiences offered by these two highly interactive, hands-on courses. 

 

FLE 4333 - World Languages Teaching in the Secondary School (3 credit hrs.)
or
FLE 5331- World Languages Methods at the Secondary Level

Date: May 15-17, 20-22, 2013
Time: 8:00am-4:00pm (with numerous breaks)
Location:  Room 117 in the Teaching Academy

UCF Orlando campus
4000 Central Florida Blvd.                                    
Orlando, FL  32816

Instructor: Dr. Karen Verkler, World Languages Education Program Adviser               

FLE 4314 - Foreign Language Teaching in the Elementary School (3 credit hrs.)
or
FLE 5335- World Languages Methods at the Elementary Level

Time: 8:00am-4:00pm (with numerous breaks)
Location: Room 117 in the Teaching Academy

UCF Orlando campus
4000 Central Florida Blvd.
Orlando, FL  32816

Instructor: Dr. Karen Verkler, World Languages Education Program Adviser

HOW TO REGISTER

If you are a current UCF student you should register for these courses through your My UCF Portal.

If you are not currently a UCF student you may register as a Limited Non-Degree Seeking student. Click here for application materials. Applications should be faxed to 407-823-5144 or dropped off in person to the College of Education, ED 206F.

For further assistance, please contact Marie Pecoraro at or 407-823-1775.

If you have any questions about course content and format, please contact Dr. Karen Verkler at .