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Adolescent Latin Education

Education Courses for Masters of Education and Advanced Certificate Programs

Course No Title Credits Prereq Coreq
SEDF 703 Social Foundations of Adolescent Education
3

SEDF 704 Adolescent Development, Grades 7-12
(36 hrs fieldwork)
2


SEDF 705 Educational Psychology: Applications to Adolescent Education (36 hrs fieldwork) 2 SEDF 704
SEDF 706 Assessment of Teaching and Learning in Adolescent Education 2 SEDF 705 LATED 713
or LATED 731
or LATED 741
SPED 708 Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings 3 12 credits of coursework  
SEDC 710 Building the Foundations of Literacy in Adolescent Education
3

LATED 712 Methods 1: Intensive Study of Classroom
Organization, Management, and Assessment of Instruction in Languages Other Than English, Grades 7-12
3
SEDF 704 or
SEDF 704
SEDC 720 Adolescent Health and Safety
1

LATED 713
Methods 2: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse
Learners in Latin (36 hrs fieldwork)
2
SEDC 712


Take Either


LATED 731
Student Teaching in Latin, Grades 7-12
(60 days, 30 hrs seminar plus workshops and
conferences)
5
LATED 713
Or
LATED 741.10
Practicum in Latin, Grades 7-9
(30 hrs + conferences)

LATED 713
Plus
LATED 741.20
Student Teaching in Latin in Grades 10-12
2
LATED 713

Total Credits for Advanced Certificate    25-26 credits

Latin Literature and Composition, and Classical Culture Courses for Master's Degree Program Only (24 Credits)

Course No Title Credits Prereq
LAT 727 Speaking and Writing Latin
3
LAT 710
Topics in Latin Literature
3






A: At least 3 credits from the following courses:


LAT 711
Literature of the Republic
3

LAT 712
Literature of the Augustan Age
3

LAT 713
Literature of the Empire
 3





B: At least 3 credits from the following courses:


LAT 705
Caesar
 3
LAT 706
Cicero
 3
LAT 707
Vergil
3

LAT 725
Ovid
3

LAT 726 Horace and Catullus 3
 

6 additional credits from the courses in section A and/or B or LAT 708 or LAT 710 (LAT 708 and LAT 710 may each be taken up to 3 times total)




 3

 6 credits from the following courses:

 CLA 701  The Legacy of Ancient Greece 3
 CLA 702  The Legacy of Ancient Rome 3
 CLA 706  Supervised Reading 3
 CLA 707  Classical Literature in Translation 3

Total Credits for Master's Degree    49-50 credits

Note: Students who enter with initial or provisional certification in adolescent education in a language other than English will be required to take LATED 712, LATED 713, and either LATED 731 or two of the other student teaching/practicum courses that cover grades 7–9 and 10–12 (9–11 credits). Based on a transcript review by the School of Education, such students may be required to complete additional courses in the pedagogical sequence as well. The minimum number of credits for the degree for students who enter with certification in adolescent education is 39 credits.

Culminating Experiences
Comprehensive examination in Latin and Classical Culture:  See Exit Standards
Latin department
Professional teaching portfolio School of Education

 

 

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