Spanish and Education (Secondary)

SUGGESTED FOUR-YEAR MAJOR PLAN (ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013)

The suggested Four-Year Major Plan is a guide to help Caldwell College students complete their graduation requirements within four years. It is a suggested framework which builds upon the core curriculum as well as the required and elective courses within a student’s major. This suggested plan does not include developmental courses. Should developmental courses be required, students will need to work with their Academic Advisor to include those additional courses; this may delay graduation in four years. Students should always meet with their Academic Advisor to further individualize their academic plans and confirm the availability of courses and course sequencing. The following credits below include the minimum required courses and credits needed to graduate. Students enrolled as full-time status may take 12-18 credits a semester.

NOTE: This suggested Four-Year Major Plan applies to students who matriculated during the 2012-2013 academic year.

First Year
Fall Semester CR Spring Semester CR
Core: FS 189 Freshman Seminar (Freshmen only) 1 SP 202:Intermediate Spanish II (Enriched Core Cluster: Global Awareness & Cultural Understanding) or SP 3xx or 4xx (Spanish Major Course)** 3
Core: EN 111 College Writing* (or EN 320 or EN 119 & EN 120 by placement) 3 Core: Biological or Physical Science 3
Core: MA 112 Concept of Mathematics 3 Core: HI 101 Roots of the West or HI 102 The Shaping of the West 3
Core: Social Science – PS 211 Child Psychology 3 Core: Fine Arts – Art or Music 3
SP 201: Intermediate Spanish I (Core: Modern Language) or SP 3xx or 4xx (Spanish Major Course) (by placement)** 3 Core: TH 102 – Intro. to Christian Theology 3
Core: CS 115 – Essential Computer Skills (or elective/core) 3    
Total: 16 Total: 15
Second Year
Fall Semester CR Spring Semester CR
Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3 Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3
Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3 Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3
ED 206 Phil. & Hist. Foundations of Education 3 ED 331 Intro. to Education of Exceptional Child*** 3
Core: Social Science – SO 231, 323, 343, 474 or 476 3 ED 447 Instructional Technology*** 3
Core Literature – EN xxx 3 Core: Social Science -PS 216 Adolescent Psychology 3
Enriched Core Cluster – (Ethical Inquiry /Catholic & Dominican) 3    
Total: 18 Total: 15
Third Year
Fall Semester CR Spring Semester CR
Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3 Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3
Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx (if took SP 201) or Core: Modern Language (if took SP 3xx or 4xx)** 3 Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx (if took SP 202) or Enriched Core Cluster: Global Awareness & Cultural Understanding (if took SP 3xx or 4xx)** 3
ED 348 Sec. Content Area Learn. & Lit.*** 3 ED 448S Instructional Design I*** 3
Elective Core: PH 102 Intro. to Philosophy 3 Enriched Core Cluster (Ethical Inquiry/ 3
    Catholic & Dominican)  
Elective 3 Elective 3
Total: 15 Total: 15
Fourth Year
Fall Semester CR Spring Semester CR
Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3 ED 470 Student Teaching*** 9
Spanish Major Course: SP 3xx or 4xx** 3 ED 475 Student Teaching Seminar*** 3
ED 449S Instructional Design II*** 3    
Elective 3    
Elective 3    
Total: 15 Total: 12

*A second writing intensive (WI) course is required. Students are recommended to complete it before the end of their fourth semester. Students who transfer to Caldwell with a minimum of 30 credits will have their second WI course waived.

**Students who took SP 201 and/or SP 202 must take additional major course(s) to fulfill the ten-course major which begins with SP 3xx or SP 4xx. Students who placed directly into SP 3xx or 4xx must take additional courses to fulfill their Core Modern Language and Global Awareness & Cultural Understanding Enriched Core Cluster.

***Student must attain and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, and apply and be accepted to the Education Major in order to register for these classes. Students must also pass the Praxis in order to register to take ED 470 and ED 475.

Total Credits Required (minimum): 120 credits
GPA: 3.0
Minimum Grade in Education Major Courses: B-
Minimum Grade in Content Major Courses: C

 

DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES SPANISH COURSE OFFERINGS
Students must consult with their faculty advisor to determine appropriate course placement to complete the ten-course major.
SP 321 Advanced Spanish Grammar I
SP 322 Advanced Spanish Grammar II
SP 325 Spanish Conversation and Composition I
SP 326 Spanish Conversation and Composition II
SP 329 Hispanic Civilization I
SP 330 Hispanic Civilization II
SP 341 Seminar in a Spanish Speaking Country
SP 390 Children’s Literature for the Classroom
SP 401 Spanish Literature I
SP 402 Spanish Literature II
SP 403 Survey of Spanish American Literature
SP 404 The Contemporary Spanish American Novel
SP 408 The Spanish American Short Story
SP 409 Topics in Spanish Studies: The Spanish Speaking World Through Film
SP 420 Teaching World Languages
SP 423: Hispanic Caribbean Literature
SP 499 Independent Study
LA 301 Introduction to Language
Or a 3-credit Field Internship
SECONDARY EDUCATION (3.0 GPA Required) Field Hours Credits
1st Semester Sophomore (Students Apply to Division of Education)
ED 206 Phil. & Hist. Found. of Education 9 3
2nd Semester Sophomore
     
ED 447 Instructional Technology   3
1st Semester Junior
ED 331 Intro. to Educ. of Exceptional Child
ED 348 Sec. Content Area Learn. & Lit.
25
40
3
3
2nd Semester Junior
ED 448S Instructional Design I 60 3
• Take Content Knowledge Praxis    
1st Semester Senior
ED 449S Instructional Design II 60 3
• Must have passed Content Knowledge Praxis    
2nd Semester Senior
ED 470 Student Teaching   9
ED 475 Student Teaching Seminar   3
     
ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS Field Hours Credits
Teacher of Students with Disabilities
ED 351 Assessment Issues 12 3
ED 360 Behavior Mgmt. Strategies for Inclusive & Self-Contained Classrooms 25 3
ED 380 Specialized Instruction in Reading 12 3
ED 460 Inclusive Practices 12 3

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