Program Requirements

The following information explains the course rotations and required classes for the DLI Minor.

Required Courses

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DLI Course Rotation

Fall Semester

FLANG 300 Foundations of Dual Language and Immersion Education

FLANG 477 DLI K-12 Student Teaching

Winter Semester

FLANG 301 Content-Based Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

FLANG 302 Biliteracy Development in DLI Classrooms

FLANG 477 DLI K-12 Student Teaching

Spring Term

FLANG 477 DLI K-12 Student Teaching

Summer Term

FLANG 477 DLI K-12 Student Teaching

Course Sequence

1. FLANG 300 must be taken first in order to declare the minor

2. FLANG 477 (student teaching) must be taken last

3. The remaining three courses — FLANG 301, FLANG 302, and CHIN/FREN/GERM/PORT/SPAN 377 – may be taken in any order, as well as simultaneously, depending on course scheduling. It is strongly recommended that you take the 377 methods class as early as possible after completing FLANG 300 and passing the OPI. The methods classes in each language are offered only once or twice a year, and they often conflict with other required courses for teaching majors, especially the practicum courses for El Ed and ECE. It is therefore best to take 377 as early as possible so as to avoid scheduling conflicts.