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Self Study Department of French and German Indiana University of Pennsylvania Table of Contents I Introduction page 2 II General Standard answers to questions page 3 III Matrices of guidelines 7 French page 10 IV Matrices of guidelines 7 German page 11 V Syllabi of courses 7 French page 12 FRNC 254 page 12 FRNC 331 page 1 7 FRNC 341 page 20 FRNC 353 page 22 FRNC 370 page 25 FRNC 373 page 28 FRNC 390 page 32 FRNC 441 page 35 FRNC 432 page 38 VI Syllabi of courses 7 German page 42 GRMN 222 page 42 GRMN 370 page 46 VII Vitae of department members page 47 Dr Anita Henry page 4 7 Dr Laureen Hurt page 52 Dr Foster Jones page 56 Dr Charles McCreary page 63 Dr Ludo op ale Beeck page 68 Dr Peter Sullivan page 71 Prof Irene Wallaert page 73 VIII Checklists for education majors page 74 BS in French Education page 74 BS in German Education page 77 Self Study Department of French and German Indiana University of Pennsylvania Introduction The Department of French and German offers siX bachelor s degree programs French French for International Trade French Education German German for International Trade German Education a minor in French or German three distinct study abroad programs and courses in Italian through the Intermediate Level This department also plays a major role in ful lling the needs College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Natural Sciences foreign language requirements The table below source College of Humanities and Social Sciences IUP gives an indication of the relative size of the Department of French and German both in terms of faculty and of majors in the siX programs over the course of the past five years Program Review Data Department of French and German Fall 1998 Fall 1999 Fall 2000 Fall 2001 Fall 2002 French llumber of Faculty 8 7 7 7 7 German Number of Faculty 5 35 3 3 2 IUP Fall Enrollment Freeze File at AddDrop Number of Majors College College of HumanitiesSoc Sci Within the context of these varied offerings in language courses minors and majors the department in cooperation with the IUP College of Education grants a Bachelor of Science in French or German Education As clearly demonstrated by the table above the education majors represent our largest groups of majors Our major curricula in the education field adhere to the standards of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania the State System of Higher Education the IUP College of Education and core of majors courses established for degrees in French or German This SelfStudy will be an examination of the department s practices and methods as they pertain to the field of teacher preparation Chapter 354 General Standards I MISSION The professional educator programs shall have a cooperatively developed mission statement that is based on the needs of the professional educator candidates public school entities and their students and consistent with the design of the programs 35421 49144i Since its founding in 1875 as the Indiana Normal School Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been widely recognized for its excellent programs in teacher education Although the scope of the university has been greatly expanded the College of Education and Educational Technology continues the tradition of preparing outstanding teachers to serve the students of the commonwealth and the nation The College of Education and Educational Technology comprises nine multidimensional departments which offer twentyfive programs leading to the bachelor master and doctoral degrees Undergraduate programs prepare students in teacher education elementary early childhood secondary vocational and special education communications media and rehabilitation In addition a diverse set of graduate programs detailed in the Graduate School Catalog meet the needs of practitioners in basic education higher education counseling and communications media The college is well known for its opportunities to practice handson learning Over five hundred students enjoy early eld experiences each semester In addition the college places about six hundred student teachers each year in public schools which provide a full semester of supervised teaching experience Students are encouraged to take advantage of a full range of activities offered in urban rural and multicultural settings IUP s College of Education and Educational Technology states its mission thusly The College of Education amp Educational Technology provides leadingedge development and growth opportunities for students and professionals in education and allied fields Within the broader context of the IUP College of Education the mission of the teacher preparation programs in the Department of French and German is to foster the maturation of wellrounded and well prepared individuals who are to act as cultural ambassadors to Pennsylvania s youth The task of our department is to give a comprehensive preparation based on the acquisition of a high degree of proficiency in the target language an understanding of the cultures and traditions of which the target language is a part and finally the necessary theoretical and handson training which are key to the performance of the education professional II ASSESSMENT REPORTING The preparing institution shall submit an annual systematic report and a biennial report on candidates and demonstrate that the results are used to modify and improve the professional education programs 35422 49 144vii x The Teacher Education Program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania IUP focuses on preparing professional educators who are ready upon graduation to enter the world of practice as professionals equipped to render valuable service to their clients The oversight of all teacher education programs throughout the university rests in the Teacher Education Office which maintains control over the quality of programs in the university The direct link between the Teacher Education Office and the Department of French and German is the departmental education coordinator The education coordinator of the Department of French and German maintains very close contact and coordination both with the education coordinator of the Department of Spanish and with the College of Education This close collaboration allows for consistency across the three programs and assures adherence to current standards As a result of issues raised at the monthly meetings of IUP s education coordinators the Department of French and German recently approval of curricular changes enacted by University Senate in April 2003 strengthened its education majors to bring them in compliance with both state and State System of Higher Education mandates 0 math requirement increased to siX semester hours above MATH 100 o requirement for additional major course FRNC390 GRMN 390 added increasing required semester hours in language competency area to 36 As a part of the education coordinator s duties student progress toward degree completion is reported both to the Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and to the College of Education Statistical data on student teacher placements as well as graduation and job placements are reported to the Department of French and German III ADMISSIONS The preparing institution shall document that its procedure for admitting applicants into its professional education programs con rms that they have met the course credit and grade point average or alternative admissions requirements 35423 35431 49144v All students completing a Bachelor of Science degree in French or German education must complete the three istep process toward teacher certi cation No students have been granted waivers from the requirements of the College of Education or the Department of French and German Prior to admission to the Teacher Certi cation Program all candidates must meet with the departmental education coordinator to verify that he or she has met the following requirements 48 credits completed 30 overall gradepoint average 6 credits of Math completed MATH 101 or higher 6 credits of English completed ENGL 101 and ENGL 121 Completion of 6 credits in preprofessional sequence EDSP 102 COMM 103 Passing scores on PRAXIS I Act 34 and 151 clearances TB test clearance Completed a personal goals essay Teaching portfolio begun Once the education coordinator has con rmed the satisfactory completion of these requirements an application for admission to the Teacher Certi cation Program is submitted to the College of Education Another check of the requirements is performed at the college level Applicants are then informed in writing of the status of their applications by the College of Education The departmental education coordinator continues to work with the candidate to insure that he or she will meet the requirements for admission to Student Teaching Eligibility for Step 2 or Student Teaching is dependent upon successful completion of a separate set of criteria 0 30 overall gradepoint average 0 Completion of the Liberal Studies Science sequence 8 or 10 credits of natural sciences Completion of all major requirements French or German courses study abroad Completion of EDUC 453 Passing scores on PRAXIS II Renewal of Act 34 and 151 clearances Attaining Advancedlow level on French or German oral pro ciency interview Portfolio review IV DESIGN The preparing institution shall document that the academic content courses for initial preparation programs culminating in a bachelor s degree or higher shall be the same as a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree and shall also include all required electives in the content area that the candidates plan to teach or serve and allow completion in four years 35424 49144iii All students majoring in French or German Education must complete degrees totaling a minimum of 120 credits one credit is equal to one weekly hour of instruction The State System of Higher Education has mandated that all universities in the system offer degree programs of 120 credits This credit limitation is designed to allow students enrolled in any degree program to complete a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree within four years averaging 15 or 16 credits per semester over eight semesters As a part of the typical major program at IUP a student must complete two sequences of courses All IUP students granted a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree nish a sequence of 4956 credits in the Liberal Studies area as well a series of approximately 36 credits in his or her major The remaining credits from the total of 120 are allocated either to additional major requirements of free electives Students majoring in French or German education complete degree programs which conform exactly to the above parameters and which are composed of three major components 0 50 credits in the Liberal Studies area English Math Natural Science Fine Arts History Philosophy or Religious Studies Social Sciences Senior Synthesis 29 credits in the preprofessional and professional education sequence 36 credits in French or German beyond the intermediate level these credits in the competency area usually include summer or semester study abroad V FIELD EXPERIENCES The preparing institution shall document that candidates complete a planned sequence of professional education courses and eld experiences that integrate academic and professional education content with actual practice in classrooms and schools to create meaningful learning experiences for all students 354253542649144ivviji Students majoring in French or German education enroll in EDUC 242 PreStudent Teaching Clinical Experience I no later than their sophomore year This course offers observation andor participation in a basis classroom setting Both EDUC 242 and EDUC 342 PreStudent Teaching Clinical Experience II open to those students who have been admitted to junior standing are offered as specialized sections to our majors by the education coordinator of the department This field experience developed in cooperation with the local Indiana schools affords our students an opportunity to participate in after school French and German Instruction at Eisenhower Elementary School As a part of this program students spend a minimum of 35 hours observing preparing to teach and teaching French German or Italian lessons in an afterschool program for students in grades 46 at Eisenhower Elementary School After the initial phase teacher candidates engage in approximately eight hours of instruction A further requirement for the major in French or German education is the dual listed course FRNC 390GRMN 390 Teaching Elementary School Content in French and German This course ampli es upon the methodologies developed as a part of the eld experience in EDUC 242 and EDUC 342 Students develop a series of lesson plans which are written and critiqued in a collaborative fashion In addition to the required field experiences listed above those teacher candidates who study in Nancy France are given the option of an additional experience in a French school Those students choosing this option are enrolled in the course FRNC 493 Internship in France which can carry up to 4 credits Candidates so enrolled act as nativelanguage informants in a foreign language classroom setting where English is the target language As a part of this experience teacher candidates observe the teaching methodologies employed and are gradually assigned teaching tasks A reaction paper similar to that which is required at the end of EDUC 242 and EDUC 342 is a signi cant component of the final grade As a part of Step 3 of the teacher certi cation process teacher candidates are placed in a student teaching situation EDUC 441 Student Teaching is a semesterlong 14 week placement in which the candidate works fulltime with the cooperating teacher in a secondary school environment After an initial phase the teacher candidate prepares lessons and assumes teaching duties for the cooperating teacher Regular contacts between the cooperating teacher and the departmental education coordinator allow for an on going evaluation of the candidate s progress One of the requirements of the placement is a series of 12 reports written by the student teacher These reports the weekly evaluations written by the cooperating teacher and the quality of the lesson plans prepared by the student teacher are all factors which are considered as a part of the grading of the student teaching experience VI STUDENT TEACHING The preparing institution shall document that candidates for initial Instructional I certi cation complete a 12 week full time student teaching experience under the supervision of quali ed program faculty and cooperating teachers 35425 49144ii As stated above in part V EDUC 441 Student Teaching is a required part of the French or German Education degree The speci c requirements for applying for a student teacher placement and the expectations of the College of Education as well as those of the Department of French and German are published as a part of the IUP Student Teacher Handbook 1 l1ttpwwwc0eiupeduecspHandbookADMISSION20TO20STUDENT 20TEACHINGpdf Student teacher candidates are placed in secondary school locations in the local southwestern Pennsylvania area with cooperating teachers of French or German The education coordinator of the department has worked closely with French and German teachers in districts in Indiana Cambria Allegheny counties to provide suitable placements for our candidates In order to complete the student teaching experience candidates engage in a 14week experience involving observation preparation and a gradual assumption of teaching duties In daily conferences the student teacher receives a critique of his or her performance During scheduled visits the departmental education coordinator also observes and provides feedback to the student Quantitative evaluation of the students progress is made in a cooperative fashion the cooperating teacher writes regular progress reports which are shared with the departmental education coordinator during onsite visits Student teacher candidates enrolled in EDUC 441 are required to re ect upon their teaching experiences All students write a series of 12 re ection papers at regular intervals throughout the semester These re ection papers are later included in the teacher candidate s portfolio VII COLLABORATION The preparing institution shall document that higher education faculty public school personnel and other members of the professional education community collaborate to design deliver and facilitate effective programs for the preparation of professional educators and to improve the quality of education in schools 35425 35441 49144ix The education coordinator of the Department of French and German works closely with the education coordinator of the Department of Spanish as well as with the College of Education to provide consistency across programs and general adherence to established norms Both the Spanish and the French and German Departments language coordinators take part in regular discussions with IUP s departmental coordinators and the representatives of the Dean of the College of Education This interdisciplinary council helps to set policy for all university education programs The recent set of curriculum changes mandated by the State System of Higher Education enacted by the University Senate is an example of the collaboration between the two language departments and the College of Education These curricular changes included a strengthening of the math requirement for French and German education majors as well as the inclusion of the crosslisted FRNC GRMN 390 Teaching Elementary Content as a part of the 36 semester hours in the language major Both the Spanish and the French and German departments participate in several collaborative efforts with local and regional foreign language educators IUP foreign language professors from both departments have maintained a longstanding working relationship with the APPLES group a consortium of Appalachian Language Educators Since the membership of this organization includes language educators from secondary schools and universities from the regional area IUP language professors have had a chance to share knowledge and teaching methodologies with a wide range of professionals Under the direction of the Department of Spanish IUP hosts an annual Spring Methodology Conference which attracts language educators from around the state The education coordinator of the Department of French and German has been a regular participant and presenter at this conference As a part of the EDUC 242 342 PreStudent Teaching courses the French and German department education coordinator maintains a close contact with educators and administrators at Eisenhower Elementary School in order to implement an afterschool program in French and German VIII ADVISING amp MONITORING The preparing institution shall document its procedure for recruiting and advising students systematically monitoring their progress and assessing their competence to begin their professional roles upon completion of the program 35432 35433 49144vi All students accepted to IUP as French or German education majors are assigned to the departmental education coordinator as advisees Because the total number of advisees in the program is usually relatively small fewer than 20 on average the education coordinator can devote time to individual interviews with the teacher candidates When a student has been admitted to the program the advisor receives a folder from the Office of Admissions containing the student s admissions profile and the results of several placement tests given at Freshman Orientation The advisor and student make an initial contact within the rst week of classes so that the coordinator may make an evaluation of the student s academic background and language ability At this rst interview advisement materials such as the degree checklist are distributed and explained A plan of study projecting the courses necessary for admittance to Step 1 of the Teacher Certi cation process is developed Subsequent to the initial contact the education coordinator and the advisee meet once or twice per semester in individual conferences to assess the student s progress toward goals As a part of the registration process for regular semester and summer classes all advisees at IUP must meet with advisors and complete an advisement summary form The French and German Department education coordinator keeps a record of all advisement summaries and checks these against the graduation requirements to verify the student s progress Finally because the French and German departments is small currently 8 members the education coordinator has direct teaching responsibilities for a great number of the upper division courses numbered 300level or higher courses which will be required of teacher certi cation candidates The dual advantage of this situation is that the coordinator has a direct in uence on the sequencing of majors classes which education students need and can also directly monitor these students academic work and progress IX EXIT CRITERIA The preparing institution shall have a published set of criteria and competencies for exit from each professional education program that are based on the PA Academic Standards Speci c Program Guidelines and the learning principles for each certi cate category 35433 49144iii All students recommended for teacher certi cation in French or German must meet with criteria established by the Department of French and German the College of Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Education As a part of the Bachelor of Science degree in French or German Education students must complete a minimum of 36 semester hours of coursework in French or German beyond the intermediate level with a minimum grade point average of 30 As a part of this coursework students are expected to spend at least one summer session a minimum of six weeks in a French or German speaking study abroad program All teacher education candidates are informed during their meetings with the education coordinator that foreign study is an indispensable part of the degree as this relates directly to the acquisition of linguistic and cultural awareness required of foreign language teachers Prior to admittance to EDUC 441 Student Teaching all teacher candidates must achieve the Advanced low rating on the Oral Pro ciency interview These criteria completion of coursework in the target language study abroad and the pro ciency level requirement directly address the Content area of the Foreign Language Competencies As mandated by the College of Education all teacher candidates complete a threestep process prior to graduation and recommendation for Teacher Certification Before being admitted to Student Teaching French and German Education majors must possess a 30 overall grade point average have current Act 34 and 151 clearances have completed all required courses in the Professional Education sequence with a minimum grade of C have completed their teaching portfolio and have passed both the PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II exams The nal exit criteria for teacher certi cation candidates are successful completion of EDUC 441 Student Teaching with a minimum grade of C and completion of all graduation requirements imposed by IUP Taken together the sum of all these criteria address the expectations of the Department the College of Education and the PDE in terms of the J39 J 39 in the 39 39 Ag area performance and professionalism X FACULTY The preparing institution shall provide systematic and comprehensive activities to assess and enhance the competence intellectual vitality and diversity of the faculty 35441 Under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the State System of Higher Education and the faculty union regular evaluations of both nontenured and tenured faculty take place at specified regular intervals The nature and scope of these evaluations is specified in the contract as consisting of peer evaluations based on classroom observations chair evaluations based both on performance reviews and classroom visits student evaluations and reports written by departmental committees charged with evaluating faculty members In the Department of French and German a standing Evaluation Committee reports on both tenured and nontenured faculty Faculty members so evaluated are judged according to the following rubrics 0 teaching 0 scholarly growth 0 university and community service The Department chair also prepares a separate report on evaluated faculty The chair and committee reports are forwarded to the Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences who in turn writes a response Tenured faculty are evaluated once every ve years receiving two classroom visits per semester and one chair observation per year Student evaluations for tenured faculty occur in all classes in the fall of the evaluation year Nontenured and temporary faculty are evaluated every year receiving two peer observations per semester in addition to one chair observation per year All faculty in the Department of French and German are expected to show consistent progress in the three areas of evaluation Matrices of Guidelines French and German French Guidelines Syllabus Syllabus Syllabus Syllabus IA FRNC331 F RN C353 Study abroad Interpersonal IB FRNC331 FRNC370 FRNC353 FRNC432 Interpretive C A IC F RN C331 F RN C3 73 Study abroad Presentational Communication ID F RN C341 F RN C441 F RN C432 Study abroad Structure LE FRNC254 FRNC370 FRNC373 Study abroad Culture IF F RN C3 73 F RN C3 70 Study abroad Immersion IIA ED U C242 ED U C342 ED U C453 ED U C441 Management of Student the instructional teaching environment IIB ED U C242 ED U C342 ED U C453 F RN C390 Planned instruction IIC ED U C453 F RN C390 Implementation of instruction IID EDSP4 77 ED U C453 Evaluation of instruction IIIA EDU C453 FRNC390 Professional IIIB ED U C442 ED U C342 Integrity and ethical behavior IIIC EDU C453 EDU C342 Establishing and maintaining collaborative 1 IIID F RN C390 Communicating effectively IIIE F RN C390 Recognizing life long professional 1 Matrices of Guidelines French and German German F 39 39 quot Syllabus Syllabus Syllabus Syllabus IA GRMN222 GRMN3 70 GRMN321 Study Abroad Interpersonal Communication IB GRMN222 GRMN321 GRMN351 Study Abroad Interpretive C A IC GRMN222 GRMN321 Study abroad Presentational ID GRMN351 GRMN352 Study abroad Structure IE GRMN3 61 GRMN3 62 Study abroad Culture IF GRMN3 61 GRMN3 62 Study abroad Immersion IIA ED U C242 ED U C342 ED U C453 ED U C441 Management of Student the instructional teaching environment IIB ED U C242 ED U C342 ED U C453 GRMN390 Planned instruction IIC ED U C453 GRMN390 Implementation of instruction IID EDSP4 77 EDU C453 Evaluation of instruction IIIA EDU C453 GRMN390 Professional IIIB EDU C442 EDU C342 Integrity and ethical behavior IIIC EDU C453 EDU C342 Establishing and maintaining collaborative IIID GRMN390 Communicating effectively IIIE GRMN390 Recognizing life long professional development FRNC 254 Civilization of Modern France Prof Foster Jones Telephone 3572325 405 Sutton Hall 724 8377411 Heures de reception Le Lundi le Mercredi amp le Vendredi 8h14 9h amp llh4512h45 Lundi ou Jeudi sur rendezVous Manuel William F Edmiston amp Annie Dumenil La France contemporaine 2quotd ed Harcourt Brace College 1997 WFE A la reserve James Corbett Through French Windows An Introduction to France in the Nineties University of Michigan Press 1994 TFW D autres ouvrages divers TBA Course objectives This course is designed to present modern French culture and civilization We will focus on geography social institutions politics government and the current economy with its industry and service sectors Emphasis is on the acquisition of an active knowledge of modern French civilization with a View to preparing students for the practice and context of French business to be studied in FRNC 354 Thus we will be developing all language skills in business situations in a Frenchspeaking environment Course Requirements 0 Since one of the skills in French is aural comprehension you must plan to be here for every class Role will be taken 20 times at random and the average over twenty will be calculated in with your presentation grade 0 One of the skills in French is reading and vocabulary acquisition We will go as slowly as we need to ensure that every one has a chance to build a functional vocabulary in commercial and modern historical French Although you will be expected to use this vocabulary in essay answers written in French grading will be very lenient with regard to misuse grammatical genre etc 0 Since much of the history and politics you will study will be unfamiliar to you even in English we will be care ll to provide you with written notes as to what you need to master for active use 0 You will be required to read the assignments in English and French but only vocabulary and phrases and topical names and references covered on note sheets will be required on tests Evaluation Your semester grade will be the average of four exams and the average of your three presentations and attendance grade The normal average letter grade will apply 90100A 8089B 7079C 6069D under 59don t even think PROGRAMME 30 aout Preliminaires Presentation cloze La France elle m me est la matie re de ce cours A la reserve Rotkin Europe An Aerial View Perceval France A View from Above Fascicules In Paris a Love Affair In Paris a Face Lift in Grand Style ler septembre La France un pays a contrasteas Architecture et points de repere historiques WFE XXviii alineas notes 6 septembre Absence 8 septembre Reprise Architecture amp points de reperes historiques Introduction Produits de luxe amp technologies de pointe WFE 229332 Fascicules High Tech Case Study MoetChandon en Espagne 11 septembre Reprise Technologies de point Fascicule Dossier special La France qui marche 5 p 13 septembre Reprise La gamme des produits Presentation L Originalite de l espace francais Retroprojections La diversite de la topographie Etude du vocabulaire topographique amp geographique WFE La France physique 311 Fascilcule La France est une emeraude 15 septembre L Originalite de l espace francais relief cours d eau climat Cartes L Europe amp les plaques tectoniques L Europe comme peninsule eurasienne La France amp l hexagone Fascicule Le Tour de France 2000 18 septembre 20 septembre 22 septembre 25 septembre 27 septembre 29 septembre 2 octobre 4 octobre 6 octobre 9 octobre 11 octobre 13 octobre 16 octobre Devoir description d une joumee typique tiree du ler 2e et 3e tiers de la course topographie climat meteorologie Presentation des joumees de Tour de France Pretest EXAMEN WFE Les Regions amp les provinces 2838 Presentation L Organisation territoriale departments amp regions Echantillons lmiques Les Visiteurs Discovering France Retroprojection un echantillon des provinces carte amp illustrations Le cadre physique Gros plan historique la centralization Le XVIIe siecle Richelieu Louis XVI Vauban Colbert Les bureaucraties de Napoleon amp de la 3e Republique Fascicule L espace francais formations amp prolongements WFE Les Regions et les Provinces du languedoc a la meilleure reponse 3848 ChoiX d equipe choiX de provinces Devoir a la bibliotheque Les Guides H achette Vacances Presentation des resumes de provinces DeuX presentations Guides H achette DeuX presentations Guides H achette WFE Les collectivites locales amp La decentralisation 6875 Gros plan historique la decentralization la loi de 1973 la loi Defferre Maastrichte ChoiX d equipe amp choiX de sites web L adresse 2 1 l internet homegtNetscape searchgtworldgt Europe regionalgtFrancegtle nom de la province Fascicule Exemples precis des con its WFE Paris ville tentaculaire 1216 amp Problemes d urbanisation 2124 Paris et sa zone d in uence directe Echantillons lmiques Monuments F orgetParis MaryKate amp Ashley Villes neuves L ami de mon amie la banlieu Les Ripoux Presentation des trouvailles intemautiques 5 minutes chacune EXAMEN Correction de l examen La Population de la France amp sa repartition Echantillons lmiques BlackMic mac L oeil au beurre noir scenario ChoiX de dossiers particuliers Zeldin The French Devoir WFE Les immigres en France 176181 La Population de la France amp sa repartition suite 18 octobre 20 octobre 23 octobre 25 octobre 27 octobre 30 octobre 1er nov 3 nov 6 nov 8 nov 10 nov 13 nov 15 nov 17 nov L oeil au beurre noir suite Fascicule La Geographie humaine Quid Le Francaistype Presentation Les Immigres apercu historique la decolonisation NB Les DOMTOM Devoir Fascicule TFW Demographics 7189 Presentations les quatre dossiers particuliers Zeldin Devoir WFE Les Religions 160174 Fascicule Ardaugh Contemporary French Society Religion Les religions apercu historique Le sacre de Clovis la Revolution francais le Concordat l A aire Dreyfus la loi de 1905 l Action Francaise les Pretres ouvriers l affaire du voile islamique Devoir WFE La Famille 95108 Les modes de vie des Francais La Famille EXtraits TFW Early Education to college amp From lycee to university Devoir WFE L education en France 192210 Fascicule Allocations amp Les RIMstes Les modes de vie des Francais L education EXplication La BD de Claire Bretecher Devoir WFE La protection sociale 128138 La Protection sociale Diversites amp inegalites sociales Absence Reprise La protection sociale La demographie et les classes socioeconomiques Revision EXAMEN La Republique francais Echantillon video Les propos de Loinel Jospin devant l Assemblee Fascicule Guide de l Etat Devoir WFE La Republique francais 5156 Actualite politique International H erald Tribune London Times London Observer Le Pouvoir executif amp le phenomene de la cohabitation Rapports Actualites politiques Etude Le Guide de l Etat Devoir WFE Les institutions de la 5e Republique 5864 Les Francais et l etat 6571 Le pouvoir legislative amp les parties politiques Rapports en francais Actualites politiques WFE Les parties politiques amp les elections 7788 Etude a l intemet WWWassembleenationalefr Presentation des trouvailles a l intemet Fascicule ET Hall The French at Work dans Understanding Cultural Di erences 20 nov 27 novembre 29 novembre ler decembre 4 decembre 6 decembre 8 decembre ll decembre Sucris Pour le detail de la section politique iPAS D EXAMEN TBA LES VACANCES Les elections amp les resultats de l etude a l intemet Fascicule ET Hall Understanding Cultural Differences The French at work Les ActiVites economiques Gros plan d une economie moderne Les secteurs les bourses la tradition du dirigisme WFE Le travail et le temps libre 109116 L agriculture l industrie les services Annexes B Les Communications 233237 C Les Transports 238240 D l Energie 241244 E l EnVironnement 245248 L Energie et l enVironnement la surgeneration nucleaireila generation dite mareemotrice L Union europeenne Apercu historique Fascicule The European Union A Guide for Americans extraits WFE Annexe F Union europeenne 249253 Les Institutions de l Union europeenne WWW eurunion org WWWeurunionorgmagazine Distribution des dossiers La France devant le tribunal europeen Maastrichte la loi Schengen l EMU etc une politique de federation EXAMEN FINAL l9 decembre 8h10h Examen noncumulatif sur les actiVites economiques et sur l union europeenne Syllabus FRNC331 Intermediate French Conversation Course Overview French 331 is a three credit intermediatelevel French conversation course It is designed to increase both your speaking and listening pro ciency using those structures with which you are already familiar Students who have already completed the intermediate sequence grammar courses 201 202 should already possess the structures necessary to successfully complete this course During the class sessions students will engage in various communicative activities such as listening comprehension question and answer activities group work and dialogue performance Since this is a conversation class students will be expected to speak in French at all times and the class will be conducted in French The grades in this course will be based on chapter exams a cumulative final exam graded homework and in class exercises and a media presentation Unfortunately no makeups will be allowed and absolutely no late homework will be accepted If you are absent from an exam for whatever reason your next exam score will be doubled You may take advantage of this rule only once Please also note that you will be held entirely responsible for the information that is contained in this document Make sure you have read everything thoroughly as ignorance of the law is no excuse Grading system explained Final Grades for this course will be calculated according to these point values Chapter exams 500 Final Exam 150 Homework amp exercises 200 Media presentation 1 50 During this semester we will cover at least five chapters in Entretiens The text is structured around specific tasks in French such as greeting and meeting people getting a job explaining unpleasant news relating stories in the past etc The exams on these chapters will generally contain three sections listening comprehension vocabulary and dialogue completion and speaking For the listening comprehension section you will complete exercises based on the professor s oral cues or those provided by a tape or video The vocabulary and dialogue completion sections will test your knowledge of new structures presented in the chapter For the speaking portion of the exams the professor might ask you a series of conversation questions based on the vocabulary of the chapter or you and a partner will select a card at random containing instructions detailing a directed conversation which you will enact in French Each exam will be worth 100 points The 150 point final exam is cumulative covering all the material we will have studied in Entretiens The structure of the final will be similar to that of the chapter exams except that the speaking portion of the exam will be selected at random from any of the previously studied chapters Each of the chapters in Entretiens contains written or listening comprehension exercises which you will be asked to complete as a part of your regular assignment for each chapter These homework assignments will be collected and graded each one earning a maximum of 20 points During selected class sessions students may be asked to complete inclass listening comprehension exercises based on tapes or videos We will often do these in class exercises in a cooperative fashion and ample time will be given for you to confer with your partners These inclass exercises will also be counted as a part of the homework grade or may be counted as bonus points it is to your advantage to attend class regularly 7 remember no make ups allowed As an ongoing project for the semester you will be asked to prepare a media presentation for the class The media presentation is a short expose which you will present in French to the class explaining why you nd a particular Frenchlanguage media source interesting For your topic you may select for example a French language web site a French language TV show a French language magazine etc You will be given an opportunity to discuss your topic with the professor prior to your presentation As a part of the presentation in class you will be expected to bring a sample to demonstrate why you nd the media source interesting and why you think your classmates would be interested in exploring the media outlet you have selected This presentation will be worth 150 points To calculate your current standing diVide the total number of points you have by the total currently possible For example if you had 350 points out ofatotal of 400 350 400 875 B Course Outline FRNC 331 Introduction to French Literature Text Entretiens Week 1 Introduction Greetings and getting know one another Culturally appropriate language Week 2 Chapter 1 The art of conversation Week 3 Chapter 1 Exam n 1 Week 4 Chapter 2 Getting a job Week 5 Chapter 2 Exam n 2 Week 6 Chapter 3 The dream and its interpretation describing personalities Week 7 Chapter 3 Exam n 3 Week 8 Chapter 4 Identity ethnic backgrounds youth in France Week 9 Chapter 4 Exam n 4 Week 1 0 Chapter 5 T he future issues on ecology Week 11 Chapter 5 Week 12 Chapter 5 Exam n 5 Week 13 Role play review grammar and vocabulary review Week 14Media Presentations Final Exam FRNC 341 French Grammar which partially ful lls requirements for the French Major and Minor Section 001 TuTh 945am 1 1 15am Eberly 313 Prerequisite Course Objectives Dr Laureen C Hurt Of ce Sutton 473 Phone 7243577631 no answering machine E mail LHURTiupedu A threecredit collegelevel review of French grammatical structure Of ce Hours Tu 3154 15pm W l3pm Th 89am 45pm Department Phone 7243572325 to leave me a message Department Of ce Sutton 455 faculty mailboxes FRNC 202 or equivalent 1 Demonstrate knowledge of the essential structures of contemporary French including noun phrases the verbal system pronouns and prepositional phrases 2 Develop and re ne written expression in French using the structures studied Required Texts Mahler M 1995 Grammaire explique39e dufrangais contemporain 2nd ed Toronto Canadian Scholars Press Course Outline subject to change Week 1 Aug 27 Aug 29 Week 2 Sept 3 Sept 5 Week 3 Sept 10 Sept 12 Week 4 Sept 17 Sept 19 10 Week 5 Sept 24 Sept 26 Week 6 Oct 1 Oct 3 Week 7 Oct 8 Oct 10 Introduction La Phrase Le Groupe Nominal 1 2 3 4 Le Groupe Nominal 5 6 7 Examen 1 Le Groupe Nominal 8 9 Le Groupe Nominal 11 12 13 14 Examen 2 Le Verbe et La conjugaison 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Week 8 Oct 15 Conjugaison Oct 17 Week 9 Oct 22 Oct 24 Week 10 Oct 29 Oct 31 Week 11 Nov 5 Nov 7 Week 12 Nov 12 Nov 14 Week 13 Nov 19 Nov 21 Week 14 Dec 3 Dec 5 Examen nal Le Verbe et La Examen 3 Le Groupe Pr positionnel etAalverbial 25 26 27 28 29 Examen 4 Le Systeme Pronominal 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Examen 5 Le Systeme Pronominal 37 38 39 40 41 42 Examen 6 Les Propositions 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Thursday Dec 1 2 1015am12I5pm Evaluation Methods and Policies Student performance will be evaluated in the following areas Class participationattendance 150 points Homeworldquizzes 150 points 6 Written exams lowest score dropped 500 points Final exam 200 points Class participationattendance Everyone is allowed to miss two class meetings ie 3 hours without offering any explanation After two absences regardless of the reason the student s maximum class participation grade will be lowered 5 points The rest of the class participation points will re ect the quality and quantity of a student s contributions in class activities Homeworkquizzes Homework will be collected throughout the semester Each collected homework will be worth 10 or 20 points Students must be in class on the day homework is collected and turn it in during class In addition 10point quizzes will be given periodically These will not be announced in advance As is the case for homework students must be in class when the quiz is g1ven 6 Written exams lowest score dropped Each written exam will count 100 points and will test structures and vocabulary that have been presented and practiced in class The lowest score of the theselOOpoint evaluations will be dropped when calculating a student s final grade in the course If a student misses an exam or test a grade of zero will be recorded and will be dropped as the lowest score at the end of the semester provided that the student has not missed any other exams or tests Because the lowest score will be dropped no makeup exams will be permitted Final exam will test all material covered during the semester Final grades will be determined according to the following scale 9001000 points A 600699 points D 800899 points B below 600 points F 700799 points C Syllabus FRNC353 French Composition Course Overview French 353 is a threecredit upperlevel French course designed for French majors The goal of this course will be to increase your ease in written expression in French This Writing Intensive course will be conducted in French and of course your graded and non graded writing will be in French Class sessions may include activities such as group work reading and discussion of short literary passages summarizing discussion of vocabulary or themes and cooperative writing Final grades for this course will be based on a series of redactions graded compositions handin homework exercises in class writing assignments and a dossier or portfolio of your writing throughout the semester Unfortunately no makeups will be allowed In the event you fail to hand in a redaction you may replace the missing points by taking the makeup exam This essay exam will be scheduled for the last week of the semester You may take advantage of this rule only once Please also note that you will be held entirely responsible for the information that is contained in this document Make sure you have read everything thoroughly as ignorance of the law is no excuse Grading system explained Final Grades for this course will be calculated according to these point values Re39dactions 600 Homework amp Inclass writing 200 Dossier 200 This semester we will attempt to cover six chapters in Liens par ecrit Each chapter of the text is organized around a specific writing task which you will complete in the form of a final redaction or composition Due to the complexity of some of the writing tasks it is possible that the grading scale may change to re ect fewer or more chapter compositions As this class is writing intensive the majority of your final grade will be based on these redactions You will do your writing for this course in a cooperative fashion As you develop your redaction for each chapter you and your partners will write a brouillon or rough draft Your partners will provide you will feedback on your work and you will use this in writing your final draft You are strongly encouraged to see the tutors to discuss your redaction before submitting it as grammar and spelling will factor in your grade Your completed final redaction your brouillon and your notes will be worth 100 points The final due dates for redactions will be announced at least one period in advance Handing your redaction in late or with missing parts e g without the brouillon will incur a grade penalty Within the context of each of the chapters the professor may assign specific exercises for completion as homework At other times you and your partners may be asked to complete specific written exercises in the text or worksheets given as handouts Each of these homework or inclass exercises can earn up to 20 points Because it is likely there will be more than 10 of these exercises you will have the opportunity to make up for missing assignments or to earn bonus points it is to your advantage to attend class regularly 7 remember no make ups allowed The dossier is a notebook which you will maintain throughout the course of the semester As it is stated in the text you will record your work on specific exercises which are related to the chapter s writing task The dossier should allow you to measure your progress as you prepare to write the redactions From time to time the professor will check your dossier to verify that you are current and have completed all the assigned tasks The dossier is not a graded exercise for example the professor will not be checking for correct answers and as such you would only receive a penalty if there was eVidence you had not completed all the assigned work To calculate your current standing diVide the total number of points you have by the total currently possible For example if you had 350 points out ofatotal of 400 350 400 875 B Course Outline FRNC 353 French Composition Text Liens par crit Week 1 Chapter 1 Le portrait adjecti comparaisons Week 2 Chapter 1 Re39daction n 1 Week 3 Chapter 2 La description d nn lien adjecti vocabulaire Week 4 Chapter 2 R daction n 2 Week 5 Chapter 3 Le conte Le passe La structure dn conte Week 6 Chapter 3 R daction n 3 Week 7 Chapter 4 Le compte rendn an accident Le passe vocabulaire specialise Week 8 Chapter 4 La lettre a la compagnie d assnrances les salutations R daction n 4 Week 9 Chapter 5 Le re39snme39 les r snm sfamilier et scolaire Week 10 Chapter 5 R daction n 5 Week 11 Chapter 6 Le re39snme39 d nn lm le disconrs direct Week 12 Chapter 6 le disconrs indirect le c0nditi0nnel Week 13 Chapter 6 le r sum d une scene les descriptions Week 14 Chapter 6 Reduction nale Syllabus FRNC 370 Course Overview French 370 is a threecredit upperlevel French course designed for French majors The first goal of this course is to introduce you to the works of French and Francophone writers through a series of selected readings The second goal of this course will be to increase your ability to write about literature in French This Writing Intensive course will be conducted in French and your compositions and nal paper will be in French Class sessions may include activities such as group work plot summarizing discussion of vocabulary or themes and group reading Final grades for this course will be based on a series of journal entries four exams six inclass writing assignments and a 35 page nal paper which will be due on the date of the nal exam December 16 2002 Unfortunately no makeups will be allowed In the event of absence from an exam or an inclass writing exercise you may replace the missing points by taking the makeup exam This cumulative exam will be scheduled for the last week of the semester You may take advantage of this rule only once Please also note that you will be held entirely responsible for the information that is contained in this document Make sure you have read everything thoroughly as ignorance of the law is no excuse Grading system explained Final Grades for this course will be calculated according to these point values Journal 1 00 Exams 400 Inclass writing 300 Final paper 200 This semester we will read approximately two selections per week in Panache litte raire In some cases we may spend several class sessions discussing the selected readings due to the length of the longer pieces and a complete work by a playwright of the 17th century As this course is writing intensive you can expect that you will do at least one writing exercise graded or ungraded per week The journal entry is a postreading activity which will be an ungraded assignment In this piece you will summarize in French what you have read and give your personal reaction to it The assignment to do a journal entry will be given when the next reading selection is announced You may submit your journal entry either on paper or via email Again this writing is not graded but it earns 10 points if it is handed in on time on time is de ned as the following class session for those who write out the journal entry or by the date of the next class for those using email Because there will be more than 10 journal entries requested you will have the opportunity to make up for missing entries or to earn bonus points During the course of the semester there will be four 100 point exams which will test your familiarity with the works we have read the new vocabulary presented in the text and the major themes we have discussed These exams will include essay questions The inclass writing assignments will be worth 50 points each Based on our discussions during the class sessions you will be asked to write an essay 14 paragraphs in length on a topic which will be provided in class You will do this writing in a cooperative fashion with your partners The grading criteria for these exercises will generally be equally divided between fond the ideas presented and forme the correctness of your French The nal paper will be due on the date of the nal exam for this course The topic of the paper can be any of the themes we discuss during the course of the semester or one which you propose You will write parts of this paper in class in a cooperative fashion During the last two weeks of the semester you will be asked to submit a rough draft of your paper which will be returned with suggestions for correction It is strongly suggested that you visit the tutors frequently as you develop your paper Remember that the grading criteria for this exercise will be the same as for the inclass writing For the final paper 100 points will be given for fond and 100 points for forme To calculate your current standing divide the total number of points you have by the total currently possible For example if you had 350 points out ofatotal of 400 350 400 875 B Course Outline FRNC 370 Introduction to French Literature Texts Panache39 litt raire Le T artu e Moliere Week 1 Introduction Readings I onesco Carrier Week 2 Readings Carrier Allais R daction n 1 Week 3 Readings Z obel Aym Week 4 Exam n 1 readings Maillet Roy Week 5 Re39daction n 2 Reading Zola Week 6 Reading Zola continued R daction n 3 Week 7 Readings Sartre amp Camus Week 8 Readings Sartre amp Camus Exam n 2 Week 9 Readings La Roch efoncanld La F ontaine Week 10 Film and Reading of Le T artn e Week 11 Le T artnt39te R daction n 4 Week 12 Readings Ernanx Colette Paper topic selected In class writing introduction de la dissertation Week 13 Exam n 3 Readings Colette Dnras Week 14 Rongh draft of nal paper due Reading Manpassant Exam n 4 Final paper is due on the date of the nal exam FRNC 373 French Civilization and its Portrayal in Film Course description FRNC 373 covers the historical development of French high culture exclusive of literary genres It presents an overview of political and intellectual history music art and architecture Certain content areas will receive special emphasis as the background cultural references for the study of historical and costume dramas in lm history Course objectives 1 Students will demonstrate an understanding of French intellectual history and how it relates to relevant illustrations in the arts 2 Students will demonstrate an understanding of how the background of historical dramas is rooted in a relevant cultural context 3 Students will demonstrate knowledge of how historical drama has developed throughout the history of lm 4 Students will be able to identify the genre of characteristics of historical and costume drama in lm examples taken from a variety of decades Evaluation Students will be required to view a selection of illustrative lms and read relevant background texts Absences for up to 15 of lms may be excused for the usual reasons or made up by viewing at the library s Media Resources department Daily work will include keeping guided note cards on cultural content and lm technique in the historical dramas They will be collected and graded at random ten times during the semester There will be three exams on course content including both cultural and lm history French students will chose topics for two 34 page papers in French cultural history CommMedia students may chose topics for two 34 page papers in lm history genre and or technique with reference to cultural references and background French students read and write in French CommMedia students read and write in English All lectures and discussions will be in English Semester grade The semester grade will be calculated as follows Exam 1 20 Exam 2 20 Exam 3 20 Two papers 20 Note cards 20 Class Number NB Items may be deleted or rearranged but not increased 1 Preliminaries Explanation of syllabus and course objectives Introduction to the lm genre of historical and costume drama Film portrayal of the medieval mind Film comparison The Name ofthe Rose 1986 Lion in Winter 1968 Elements of costume drama language costumes sets Music Plain chant Intellectual history Elements of Scholasticism Architecture the Romanesque cloister Moissac the Gothic cathedral Chartres Film portrayal of the legendary Middle Ages Film comparison Dreyer s The Passion 0fJ0an 0fArc 1928 excerpts Besson s The Messenger 1996 Elements of historical drama historical context characterizations Art The Unicorn Tapestries Architecture Rayonnant gothic Music Machaut amp Josquin The Waning of the Middle Ages Film comparison Le Retour ale martin Guerre 1982 Excerpts La Passion ale 1986 Art Bosch Music Late medieval motets Gesualdo Film portrayal of the High Renaissance artist Film The Agony anal the Ecstasy 1956 Architecture Italian in uences and the Loire valley Chateaux Art The Fontainebleau School Intellectual history Elements of Humanism Music The Madrigal Film portrayal of historical con ict Film comparison DW Griffith s French Story Intolerance Excerpts 19196 La Reine Margot 1994 Music The Protestant chorale Intellectual history Montaigne s skepticism On experience lst Exam Film portrayal of the culture of nobility 17Lh century Film comparison The Three Musketeers 1939 Excerpts The Three Musketeers 1978 The Three Musketeers 1993 Historical background Richelieu s absolutism and the frondeurs Intellectual history Elements of CounterReformation vs Descartes 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Film portrayal of High Culture Film comparison Tous les matins du monde 1993 Excerpts Cyrano de Bergerac 1950 Cyrano de Bergerac 1991 Theater commedia dell arte tradition Music Lully vs Marais Architecture VauxleVicomte amp Versailles Film portrayal of Enlightenment court life Excerpts Amadeus 1984 Ridicule 1996 Art Watteau Boucher Fragonard Architecture rococo decor Music Rameau Film portrayal of politics Danton 1984 Excerpt Abel Gance s Napol on 1927 Historical context The French Revolution Intellectual history The philosophes amp the Encyclopedia Revolutionary culture costume music festivals public events 2quotd Exam Film portrayal of Romanticism Impromptu 1991 Intellectual history Rouseau Hugo Marie d Agoult Art Delacroix Gericault etc Music Chopin Berlioz Film presentation of great realist novels Madame Bovary 1991 Intellectual history Comte Music Bizet Art Courbet Caillebotte Architecture World s Fair palaces Eiffel Tower train stations Film portrayal of bohemian life poets Total Eclipse 1995 Intellectual history Baudelaire Verlaine Rimbaud Art Manet Degas Film portrayal of the Belle Epoque Gilded Age Film Volket Schlondorf s Swann in Love 1989 Art Monet Renoir Architecture Art nouveau Music Debussy Intellectual history Elements of Bergson Film portrayals of the postcolonial world historical context Excerpts Rue Cases Ne gres Indochine 1992 40 41 42 Battle ofAlgiers 1966 Film portrayal of the French Existentialist culture Film Rouge baiser 1985 Art amp Godard s Deux ou trios chases queje sais d elle Intellect Hist Sartre s L Imaginaire Film portrayal of women s issues Excerpts Diabolo menthe 1977 Coup de Foundre 1983 Intellectual history Beauvoir Irigaray Cixous Film portrayal of recent contemporary France La H aine 1996 Music Boulez rai zouk Architecture Les Grands projets Intellectual history Elements of Gilles Deleuze d Final exam period 3r exam FRNC 390 Teaching Elementary School Content in French and German A threecredit course partially ful lling the requirements for French or German Education degrees Section 001 TuTh 945amll15am Eberly 313 Dr Laureen C Hurt Of ce Sutton 473 Phone 7243577631 no answering machine E mail LHURTiupedu Of ce Hours Tu 3154 15pm W 13pm Th 89am 45pm Department Phone 7243572325 to leave me a message Department Of ce Sutton 455 faculty mailboxes Prerequisite Admission to Teacher Certi cation and permission of the instructor Course Objectives Students in this course will 1 Demonstrate knowledge of theories of second language acquisition processes in children 2 Demonstrate knowledge of the rationale history and purposes of foreign language instruction in the elementary school 3 Demonstrate knowledge of program models of elementary school foreign language instruction and goals appropriate to each model 4 Display the ability to develop instructional objectives and activities which integrate the learning of foreign language and culture with content areas in the elementary school curriculum 5 Display the ability to evaluate and select instructional materials appropriate to the skills needs and interests of elementary school foreign language learners 6 Display the ability to plan and implement lessons which re ect current theory and research and are designed to develop children s skill in comprehending speaking reading and writing a foreign language 7 Demonstrate knowledge of different means of assessing student performance and the ability to develop appropriate assessment procedures for elementary school foreign language learners 8 Demonstrate knowledge of the instructional and affective needs of foreign language learners in the middle school Required Texts Curtain H A amp Pesola C A 1994 Languages and Children 39 Making the Match 2nd ed White Plains NY Longman Evaluation Methods and Policies Student performance will be evaluated in the following areas Midterm and Final Exams 30 3 Peer Teaching Lessons with lesson plans and selfevaluations 30 Outside Reading Report 10 School board presentationproposal 15 Class participationListserv participation 15 Class palticipation In a course such as this which requires students to read re ect discuss interact with information and subsequently present minilessons to peers there is no substitute for being in class In order to meet the goals of this course then students must attend class and they must prepare the assigned readings and come to class ready to discuss them If my role is that of conductor as was suggested at the first meeting of this course then students must come ready to perform Class attendance Being in class is important however emergencies do arise Everyone is allowed to miss three class meetings without offering any explanation After three absences the student s class participation grade will be lowered 2 percentage points Final grades will be determined according to the following scale 91100 A 8290 B 7381 C 6472 D below 64 F FRNC 441 Section 001 Advanced French Grammar MWF 9151015 am Eberly 210 Dr Laureen Hurt Of ce Sutton 473 Department Office Sutton 455 faculty mailboxes Phone 724 3577631 answering machine there Email LHURTgroveiupedu Office Hours MW 830900am 1030aml230pm Fridays by appointment Prerequisite FRNC 341 French Grammar or permission of the instructor Course Objectives Students in this course will 1 Review and refine previous knowledge of French grammar narration in the past present and future question formation use of various types of pronouns 2 Use the following French grammatical structures appropriately in both written and oral communication Pronominal verbs Negative expressions Adjectives Subjunctive verb forms Relative clauses and Indirect discourse Required Texts Barson J 1996 La Grammaire d l aeuvre 56 Ed Fort Worth TX Harcourt Brace Barson J 1996 A l aeuvre Cahier de laborataire et Travawc cample mentaires 56 Ed Course Outline tentative Semaine 7 8 octobre Ch 9 Semaine l 27 ao t Introduction au cours 10 OCtObre Ch 9 29 ao t Revision Au choix 12 chbre Examen 3 31 ao t Revision Au choix Semaine 8 15 octobre Test oral Ch 7 8 9 Semaine 2 5 septembre Chapitre 7 7 septembre Les Verbes 17 octobre Chapitre 10 pronominaux 19 octobre Le Subjonctif Semaine 3 10 septembre Ch 7 12 septembre ch 7 Semaine 9 22 octobre Ch 10 14 septembre ch 7 24 octobre Ch 10 26 octobre Ch 10 Semaine 4 17 septembre Examen 1 19 septembre Chapitre 8 Semaine 10 29 octobre Ch 10 21 septembre La Negation 31 chbre Examen 4 2 novembre Chapitre ll Semaine 5 24 septembre Ch 8 26 septembre ch 8 Semaine ll 5 novembre Les Propos1t10ns 28 septembre Examen 2 7 novembre relatives 9 novembre Ch 11 Semaine 6 ler octobre Chapitre 9 3 octobre Le Genre 16 Hombre Semaine l2 l2 novembre Ch 11 5 octobre et les adjectifs 14 novembre Ch 11 16 novembre Examen 5 Semaine 13 26 novembre 28 novembre 30 novembre Chapitre 12 Le Discours indirect Semaine 14 3 d cembre 5 d cembre 7 d cembre 10 d cembre Ch 12 Ch 12 Test oral Ch 1012 R vision du cours Examen nal jeudi 13 d cembre 8h a 10h Evaluation Methods and Policies Student performance will be evaluated in the following areas Class participationattendancehomework 200 points 2 Oral tests 5 Written exams lowest score dropped 600 points Final exam 200 points Class participationattendancehomework Homework will be collected randomly throughout the semester Each collected homework will be worth 10 points Students must be in class on the day homework is collected and turn it in during class Depending on the number of homework assignments collected the points remaining out of 200 will be allocated to evaluate class participation and attendance Everyone is allowed to miss three class meetings ie 3 hours without offering any explanation After three absences regardless of the reason the student s maximum class participation grade will be lowered 5 points The rest of the class participation points will reflect the quality and quantity of a student s contributions in class activities 2 Oral tests 5 Written exams lowest score dropped As indicated on the Course Outline there will be an exam after each chapter Each will count 100 points and will test structures and vocabulary that have been presented and practiced in class The two oral tests October 15 and December 7 will include conversations and oral practice exercises from the lab program available for copy in the Foreign Language Lab Each will cover material from three chapters and will count 100 points The lowest score of the these seven lOOpoint evaluations will be dropped when calculating a student s final grade in the course If a student misses an exam or test a grade of zero will be recorded and will be dropped as the lowest score at the end of the semester provided that the student has not missed any other exams or tests Because the lowest score will be dropped no makeup exams will be permitted The Foreign Language Lab in Eicher 206 will be open this semester as follows Sun 48pm Mon llam730pm Tues 38pm Wed llam730pm Thurs 38pm Final exam will test all material covered during the semester Final grades will be determined according to the following scale 9001000 points A 600699 points D 800899 points B below 600 points F 700799 points C FRNC 432 Section 001 French Phonetics and Phonology MWF 100200 pm Eberly 313 Dr Laureen C Hurt Office Sutton 473 Phone 724 3577631 answering machine there Email LHURTgroveiupedu Office Hours MW 830900am 1030am1230pm Fridays by appointment Prerequisite FRNC 331 Intermediate French Conversation or equivalent Course Objectives Students in this course will 1 Demonstrate knowledge of the sound system of French including rhythm and syllable structure intonation articulatory description of vowels and consonants liaison and e muet as well as the phonetic alphabet used to represent 1t 2 Improve their pronunciation of French throuin language lab exercises in class practice and tape recordings Required Texts Valdman A 1993 Bien entendu Introduction a la prononciationfrancaise Englewood Cliffs NJ Prentice Hall Valdman A 1993 Laboratory Manual Bien entendu Englewood Cliffs NJ Prentice Hall Course Outline tentative Semaine 7 8 octobre Ch 5 Les liquides 10 octobre Semaine 1 27 aoet Introduction au cours 12 chbre Pr sema ons Males 29 aoet Chapitre 1 31 ao t Lx gallI rythmlque Semaine 8 15 octobre Chapitre 6 Semaine 2 5 septembre et la structure 17 chbre Les voyelles Enreg 1 7 septembre de la syllabe 19 chbre mayennes Semaine 3 10 septembre Les organes de la parole Semaine 9 22 chbre Chapitre 6 12 septembre L articulation des Enreg 3 24 chbre cont 14 septembre voyelles du francais 26 chbre Semaine 4 17 septembre L articulation des Semaine 10 29 chbre Examen 2 31 octobre Chapitre 7 19 septembre consonnes du francais 2 novembre Les voyelles 21 septembre Ch 2 La tension Semaine 11 5 novembre ante rieures arrondies 7 novembre Semaine 5 24 septembre articulatoire et la 9 novembre Chapltre 8 26 septembre labialisation Enreg 2 28 septembre Examen 1 Semaine 12 12 novembre Les voyelles 14 novembre nasales Semaine 6 1er octobre Ch 4 0L intonanonO Enreg 4 16 novembre 3 octobre Ch 3 Consonnes 5 octobre nales Semaine 13 26 novembre 28 novembre 30 novembre Chapitre 10 L enchaz nemenl la liaison el le h aspir Semaine 14 Enreg 5 3 d cembre 5 d cembre 7 d cembre 10 d cembre Chapitre 12 Le e muel Pr sentations orales R vision pour 1 exam en Examen nal mardi 18 d cembre th30 a l4h30 Evaluation Methods and Policies Student performance will be evaluated in the following areas Class participationattendancelab exercises 100 points Vocabulary notebook 100 points 5 Tape recordings first not graded 200 points 2 Oral performances 200 points 2 Written exams 200 points Final exam 200 points Class participationattendancelab exercises Because this course focuses on the theory and practice of oral language there is no substitute for being in class I cannot overemphasize this In order to understand the theoretical concepts you need to read the explanations in the text and also hear illustrative examples In order to improve your own pronunciation you must practice aloud and listen to yourself critically It is my goal that class activities provide equal opportunity for both theory and practice While being in class is important I am aware that emergencies do arise Everyone is allowed to miss three class meetings ie 3 hours without offering any explanation After three absences I expect some evidence to justify a student s need to miss class If none is presented the absence will be considered unexcused and the student s class participation grade will be lowered 5 points Exercises in the Laboratory Manual will be assigned and collected throughout the semester Assignments will generally be made one week before they are due Any assignments not submitted or submitted late will result in a 5point deduction of the participation grade Vocabulary notebook Students will keep a notebook of unfamiliar French words and expressions encountered during readings or class discussions which are of personal interest For each word a drawing French synonym or English equivalent must be provided along with a complete sentence in French in which the word is used 10 entries each week beginning Week 3 120 total entries 5 Tape recordings rst not graded Tape recording enregisz rement These will be recorded every 23 weeks in the language laboratory on the 60minute MAXELL cassettes whichl will provide Due dates are indicated on the course outline by the abbreviation Enreg The recordings will be graded only on the sounds and concepts previously presented in the course The four graded recordings will be worth 30 40 60 and 70 points so that later recordings are weighted more than earlier ones The text for the final graded recording of the semester will be the same as the first ungraded recording The Foreign Language Lab in Eicher 206 will be open as follows Mon llam730pm Tues 38pm Wed llam730pm Thurs 38pm 2 Oral performances The first of these to be performed with a partner will take place near the middle of the semester the other near the end I will provide a dialogue for the first For the second students will select a poem or excerpt from a play to interpret before the class It would be very useful to practice the texts selected for oral performances with the French tutors Cathy and Estelle Their hours for now are as follows 4th floor Sutton Mon 24 Tues 1112 25 Wed 25 Thurs 1112 24 Fri 24 Caffe Curio Mon 415639 Thurs 4156 2 Written exams These must be taken at the times and dates announced unless arrangements are made in advance Final exam will test all material covered during the semester Final grades will be determined according to the following scale 9001000 points A 600699 points D 800899 points B below 600 points F 700799 points C 44 GRMN 222 German Conversation IV Text German Vocabula Second Edition Eds Schmitt Feuerle Effertz Schaum s Outline Series New York McGrawHill 1999 Instructor Dr Sullivan Of ce Sutton 477 Of ce hours MonWedl2 Tues35 Th 34 Tel 775472325 Secr Email psulliViupedu 1 Goals of the Course To develop conversation skills through interaction Listening and speaking will be emphasized in the process of opening maintaining and closing conversations Vocabulary and phrases related to everyday German life and culture will be practiced to further the student s ability to function in practical situations 11 Methods Mastery of dialogues vocabulary and expressions in the chapters will be achieved through practice in pairs and in small groups Short written assignments will serve as points of departure for practice in speaking and listening Weekly quizzes are intended to assess progress in comprehension and in framing responses to questions about chapter topics A nal exam will cover a wider range of material and include group discussions of speci c topics 111 Grading Policy 1 Written and oral homework assignments 20 2 Quizzes 25 3 Class pa1ticipation dialogues exercises 25 4 Final Exam 30 IV Absences The development of listening and speaking skills requires practice Since classes serve as laboratories for acquiring these skills regular attendance is necessary Missing class willjeopardize your semester grade An absence on the day of a quiz will be recorded as a failure If a student has an emergency this should be communicated as soon as possible to the instructor Makeups are discouraged and given only at the discretion of the instructor GRMN 222 Syllabus Spring 2003 45 Date 113 115 120 122 127 129 23 25 210 212 217 219 224 226 310 312 317 319 324 Assignment Pages Goals of Course Methods Grading Policy Syllabus Kapitel 16 Zu Hause 97100 HW Meine Kiiche Sieben Satze Kap 16 100107 HW 12105 13106 Kap 16 108113 HW Mein Wohnzimmer Sieben Satze Kapitel 17 Beim Arzt 114118 HW 4 5 118 Kap 17 119123 HW 7 8 120 Kapitel 18 Im Krankenhaus 124130 HW Rollenspiel Krankenp egerin und Patientin Funf Fragen mit den Antworten Kapitel 19 Im Theater und im Kino 131134 HW Ein gutes Schauspiel Acht Satze Kap 19 134135 HW Ein neuer Film Sieben Satze Kapitel 20 Der Sport 136 139 HW 2 137 3138 Thema Populare Sportarten Bekannte Spieler und Spielerinnen HW Mein Lieblingssport Sieben Satze Kapitel 21 Der Computer 140143 HW 1140141 4 141142 Anhang 1 Die Tage der Woche 144 Anhang 2 Die Monate des Jahres und Daten 145 HW Meine tagliche AktiVitaten Sieben Satze Anhang 3 Die Zeit 146148 HW Plane und Termine Sieben Satze Anhang 4 Die Familie 149 151 Anhang 5 Gesetzliche Feiertage Anhang 6 T 39 39 39 Lander und Nationalitaten HW Meine Familie Acht Satze Anhang 7 Die Bundeslander 152154 Anhang 8 Die Zahlen HW Die neuen Bundeslander Acht Satze Anhang 9 Lebensmittel 155157 HW Ein gesundes Essen Sieben Satze Thema Ein Zeitungsartikel HW Zusammenfassung Sieben Satze Thema Ein Zeitungsartikel 46 326 331 42 47 4 9 414 416 421 423 430 HW Zusammenfassung Sieben Satze Kapitel 1 Am F1ug11afen HW Ein Flug nach Frankfurt Sieben Satze Kap 1 HW 128 Kapitel 2 Im Fluggegg HW 412 513 614 Thema Deutsche Maler der Romantik HW Biographie Kaspar David Friedrich Acht Satze Kapitel 6 Nach dem Weg fragen HW Wie kommt man am besten zurzum Fiinf Satze Kapitel 10 Auf der Bank HW 11 12 6667 Kapitel 11 Auf der Post HW Ein Brief an meine 39 Kapitel 13 Im Kaufhaus HW 5 680 Nachholung Freunde Acht Satze Final Exam Wednesday Apri130 2003 1230230 PM Same room as class 69 1018 3540 6168 6972 7682 47 GRMN 370 The Age of Goethe I Spring 2003 Texts GE Lessing Nathan der Weise Em Dramatisches Gedicht Dozent Dr Sullivan 1 Stuttgart Reclam 1990 Sturm und Drang und Emp ndsamkeit Die deutsche Literatur EinAbriB in Text und Darstellung Bd 6 Herausgegeben V0n Ulrich Karthaus Stuttgart Reclam 1988 Sprechstunden MonMittw 13001400 Dienst 15001700 Donn 15001600 Und nach Vereinbarung Buro Sutton 477 Tel 775472325 Sekr email psulliviupedu Ziele der Vorlesung a eine Bekanntschaft mit den Werken bedeutender 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Sturm undDrang 169170 Kaplied in Sturm undDrang 174176 Matthias Claudius Abendlieal Der Mensch in Sturm unal Drang 154156 Winter Text aus der kanadischen Zeitung Berliner Journal Goethe Gedichte Sturm undDrang 158168 Goethe Gedichte Goethe Gedichte Goethe Gedichte Goethe Die Leiden alesjungen Werthers in Sturm undDrang 194199 Goethe Werther Vergleich mit Willa Cathers Uncle Valentine Text aus Cathers Uncollected Short Fiction Ed Bernice Slote Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz Der Hofmeister 1 Akt in Sturm undDrang 284299 Lenz Der Hofmeister Friedrich von Schiller Kabale undLiebe in Sturm undDrang 301306 Referate Nachholung Referate Examen Donnerstag Den 1 Mai 2003 12301430 Stf 257 Fruhling 2003 49 Anita HenIy 192 Valley Road Indiana PA 15701 French Department 406 Sutton Hall Telephone 724 3577969 Vitae 50 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 0 Undergraduate BA in French cum laude Emory University 1966 0 Masters MA in French Literature Emory University 1968 0 Doctorate PhD in French Literature Indiana University 1981 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Employment History 0 IUP 1970present o Kaufmann Junior High Hopkinsville KY 19691970 c Citibank Paris 19681969 0 Morehouse College Atlanta GA 19671968 0 Emory University Assistantship 1966 1967 Honors 0 Early Admission no HS degree Emory University 0 Phi Beta Kappa 0 Phi Sigma Iota 0 Women s Honor Organization preMotar Board 0 Vice President Kappa Kappa Gamma Epsilon Epsilon Chapter 0 Undergraduate Freshman Adviser o Passbook Design Project Citibank Paris 0 French Government Grant 1983 0 President IUP Society of Scholars INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM EXPERIENCE Codirection of Nancy France Summer Program JuneAugust 1992 Internship and Lodging Search Paris MarchApril 1992 Internship Supervisor France and USA Paris Credit Lyonnais and Air France Nancy Pont a Mousson and Institut Commercial de Nancy Pittsburgh PNB 1984 French Internship Director contact with the Chambre de Commerce de Paris Educational Services and with the Cultural and Educational Services of the French Embassy New York for the housing of interns in Paris Aided in design of IUP internship form 19801983 CAVILAM Centre Audiovisue1 de Langues Modemes Vichy France French government grant for training in commercial French contact with the Haute Ecole Commerciale ClermontFerrand France 1983 51 Foreign Language for International Trade Degree Committee Chair curriculum design internal and external approval processes through Pennsylvania Department of Education 19801983 Internship Supervisor Paris Mead Reassurances Air France Citibank Agences FrancePresse Chambre de Commerce de Paris 1982 ARTICLES The Packaging and Marketing of a Language Pro ciency Program in Combination with Commercial Skills PSMLA Bulletin LIX 2 1981 Glass Light and Water the Aquarium Effect in A la recherche du temps perdu Cincinnati Romance Review I 1 1982 pp 19 The Vision and the Reality Internships in Paris PANEL June 1983 The Marriage of Language and Business A Working Curriculum US Educational Resources Information Center ERIC Document ED 233606 1983 PAPERS Foreign Language and International Studies Successful Integration of a Double Major George Mason University Symposium Washington D C November 14 1981 Language Learning through Theater for Class Colleagues and Community with Walter Gray the Northeast Conference on Foreign Languages New York April 3 1982 Teaching the Historical and Contemporary Culture of France through Proust Symposium on International Cultural Perspectives in Literature and Language George Mason University November 5 1983 Proust and Benedetto Croce Art and the Artist Cincinnati Conference on Romance Literature May 15 1986 Celine Flore and Leonie Portraits from Proust s Comic Genius Conference on Wit and Humor in Romance Literature Atlanta November 6 1986 paper read in absentia due to childbirth on October 30 1986 Journals as Tools of Excavation in the Literature Class Duquesne University October 1989 52 NATIONAL MEETING CHAIR Proust and Philosophy Program title for three papers and a response Modern Language Association New York December 28 1986 UNIVERSITY SEVICE Acting Associate Dean 1 year Senate 6 years Undergraduate Curriculum Committee 4 years Graduate Curriculum Committee 2 years Graduate Council 2 years French Section Coordinator 1 year IUP Society of Scholars Faculty Phi Beta Kappas founding member and rst president Board of Directors IUP Foundation 1 year Campus Coordinator Foundation Family Fund Drive 1 year Committee Member Scholars Program 1 semester Senior Class Advisor 1 year Adviser to Alpha Gamma Delta 3 years University Recruiter 1 semester Tenure Committee 2 years Commencement Committee 1 year Distinguished Lecturer Committee 3 years Member Women s Action Committee to 1988 Women s Studies Committee 2 years Cochair Women s Studies Committee 1 year Women s Studies Advisory Board inception to termination Women s Studies Curriculum Committee 19851991 Participant Women s Studies Faculty Development Seminar Spring 1987 Synthesis Committee 1988 Participant Gender Balancing in Literature Faculty Development Seminar Spring 1990 Committee for Gender Balancing 19881990 French Department Evaluation Committee cochair 19891990 Workshop on Outcomes Assessment February 1993 Freshman Orientation Faculty Adviser 19911995 Curriculum Development FL 121 and FR 301 Codirector Summer Program in France 1992 SABBATICAL TRIP TO FRANCE SPRING 1992 Women s Studies research at La Fourmi ailee feminist bookstore meeting and reading center and tea room Paris attended the Salon du Livre Grand Palais Paris attended production of Les Femmes SavanteS39 visited the Mus e d Orsay The Louvre the Beaubourg the Mus e de l Homme the Opera de la Bastille the Opera Gamier 53 Versailles St GermainenLaye Les Invalides Malmaison les Buttes Chaumont the Mus e de Cluny began work on synthesis course to be offered in France Work continued during summer assignment in France SABBATICAL TRAVEL SPRING 2001 Please see attached Sabbatical Report CURRENT CURRICULUM IMPROVEMENT AND RESEARCH Fr 301W Course reVised with Proust research from Paris spring 2001 and June 2002 FNLG 121 Course reVised with Videos of theaters of Dionysus Delphi Epidaurus LBST 499 Course reVised with Proust research see above the Nabi painters St Germainen Laye Orsay Museum June 2002 Video and materials on Russia and the Romanovs from sabbatical trip CURRENT RESEARCH Proust s ariticles on Flaubert and Flaubert s in uence on Proust Painters discussed by Proust ongoing project at the Art Institute of Chicago 54 HURT Laureen C PhD Assistant Professor of French Undergraduate Faculty Appointed 1997 Academic Degrees PhD MA BA Indiana University Bloomington IN Indiana University Bloomington IN Rhodes College Memphis TN Professional Experience 1995Present 19901993 19891990 19881989 19871988 19851987 19841985 19821984 Faculty and Administrative Load Fall Semester 1998 ED 242 ED 342 FR 201 FR 481 FIUGM 481 Prestudent Teaching Clinical Experience I Prestudent Teaching Clinical Experience II College French I 1997 French Linguistics 1986 French Linguistics 1982 Foreign Languages Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana University Bloomington IN Visiting Lecturer in French UniversitZ Louis Pasteur Strasbourg France Lecturer in English UniversitZ des Sciences Humaines Strasbourg France Lecturer Indiana University Bloomington IN Grad Instructor Bloomington Montessori School French Teacher grades 16 Indiana University Bloomington IN Grad Instructor fcoles ZlZmentaires et prZZlZmentaires Deauville France Teacher 1 sem unit 1 sem unit 3 sem units 3 sem units 3 sem units French Phonetics and Phonology Tching Elem Sch Content in French and Germ Spring Semester 1998 55 ED 242 FR 201 FR 202 Fall Semester 1997 ED 242 ED 342 ED 441 FR 201 FIUGM 481 FR 482 Spring Semester 1997 ED 441 FR 202 FR 481 Prestudent Teaching Clinical Experience I College French I 2 sections College French II Prestudent Teaching Clinical Experience I Prestudent Teaching Clinical Experience II Supervision Student Teachers College French I 2 sections Tching Elem Sch Content in French and Germ Indep Study ChildrenOs Lit in French Supervision Student Teachers College French II 2 sections French Phonetics and Phonology 1 sem unit 3 sem units 3 sem units 3 sem units 1 sem unit 1 sem unit 21 sem units 3 sem units 3 sem units 3 sem units 2 sem units 56 Other Collegiate Assignments Advisor to all students in French and German Education programs 1520 undergraduates Member Teacher Education Coordinators Council Coord Sec EdFrench amp German Member Academy for Teacher Preparation Curriculum Review Committee Member NCATE Steering Committee Current Professional and Academic Association Memberships American Association of Teachers of French American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Appalachian Language Educators Society a schoolcollege faculty collaborative currently serving a twoyear term as President National Network for Early Language Learning Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association Current Professional Activities Chair 1999 Appalachian Language Educators Society Annual Foreign Language Festival Presenter Inservice workshops on the national foreign language standards October 13 1997 at Intermediate Unit 8 April 23 1998 at Intermediate Unit 1 Member Conference Coordinating Team IUP Spring Methodology Conference on Foreign Language Teaching Publications Kyle P J amp Hurt L 1987 Summary ofthe discussion session on Practical Problems in the Administration of the ILRACTFL Pro ciency Test and the Implementation of the Guidelines at the High School and University Levels In A Valdman Ed Proceedings of the Symposium on the Evaluation of F oreign Language Pro ciency pp 303305 Bloomington Indiana Committee for Research and Development in Language Instruction Papers Presented O Student Teachers Stories Re ecting on Preservice Experience Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 1998 New York NY 0 Faire d une pierre deuX coups Field Experiences for Preservice French Teachers and the Promotion of FLES Annual Meeting of American Assoc of Teachers of French 1997 Nashville TN Once Upon a Time Storytelling in the French Classroom IUP Spring 57 Methodology Conference on Foreign Language Teaching 1997 Greensburg PA FLES in the Inner City Attitudes of Eighth Graders Toward Other Cultures Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 1997 New York NY Une erreur Que faisje American Assoc of Teachers of French Region IV Meeting 1995 Philadelphia PA Research The Status of Elementary School Foreign Language Instruction in Duisburg and the Ruhr District of Germany Senate Research Committee Award Indiana University of PA Learning French in the Inner City Beliefs and Attitudes of Eighthgrade Students Dissertation research conducted in Cincinnati Public Schools Cincinnati OH 58 Current status Name Address Telephone Date of birth Marital status Employer Education October 1982 Summer 1976 June 1975 June 1968 August 1964 June 1964 Teaching experience 19722003 197879 196870 1968 summer CURRICULUM VITAE Foster T Jones 216 Blackwood Greensburg Pennsylvania 15601 412 3572325 April 25 1942 Married 2 children b 1975 amp1978 Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana Pennsylvania 15705 Ph D in French Literature Indiana University Bloomington Thesis Integrating Generic Structures in the Works of Aime Cesaire the Poetics of Four Genres Ph D minor English literature Research Laval University Quebec Canada Defense Preliminary thesis prospectus The Social and Literary Concomitance of Aime Cesaire s Committed Literature MA French Literature and Language Indiana University Bloomington Language Teaching Certi cate Peace Corps training program Oberlin College BA Music Theory and Literature Indiana University Bloomington Indiana University of Pennsylvania Institut Universitaire de Technologie amp Institut des Sciences de l Ingenieur de Nancy Nancy France Emory University Atlanta Georgia Dorchester Educational Enrichment Project Dorchester County South Carolina 59 1966687072 196566 196465 1964 Sept Professional experience 19722003 1999 Spring 1997 19982003 1991 198998 19902003 1987 1987 1986 1984 1984 198384 198395 Indiana University Bloomington Indiana College d Enseignement general English Abengourou Ivory Coast College d enseignment general English Bondoukou Ivory Coast College catholique des filles English Quebec Canada Full teaching load all undergraduate levels Elementary Intermediate amp Upperlevel Language literature amp culture Sabbatical semester Travel amp Study in France amp Italy Invited member PhD jury English Department Graduate Studies in Literature and Criticism Narrowtopic reader West African Literature Candidate Tsegaye Wodajo Named to editorial board Studies in the Humanities Translation literary and functional styles Independent study courses French amp English Documentation of Life at Fort Duquesne circa 1760 the Case of JC B 1997 Cours amp materiaux pour l enseignement de la culture francophone 1995 France s status in the new European union 1990 Invited workshop on Guignol puppetry State of Virginia Govemor s French Academy Staunton Virginia Member Editorial Board The Litera Griot Oral examiner APPLES Foreign Language Day St Francis College Loretto Pa amp U PittsburghJohnstown Promotion to Full Professor Secretary Liberal Studies Humanities Literature subcommittee Supervisor French Internships Paris amp Nancy Revision of the Development of French Culture and Literature Member English Foreign Language Comparative Literature Committee The Literature of Emerging nations 1985 Chair French Graduate Study Committee Oral Examiner Annual Paris Chamber of Commerce exams 60 1983 198287 1979 19781979 1975 197376 Coordinator Proposed FLEL Ed program for Magnet Schools Advisor French for International Trade Supervisor FrenchPolitical Science internship Council of Europe Strasbourg Editor Le Calepin nanceien Newsletter Promotion to Associate Professor Founder IUP French Readers Theater 1973 Molere s Sganarelle 1974 Sartre s Les Mouches 1975 Ionesco s La Cantatrice chauve 1976 Le Jeu d Adam speech coach 1992 Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme Department and University Goverance 20012003 20012003 2000 1999 19902003 1998 Summer 19971999 1996 1995 19922000 2003 19941999 199294 1990 198592 198590 19842000 1984 198384 197983 Chair Department Evaluation Committee Departmental Senator Codrafter Department Committee policies amp procedures Department of French amp German Search Committee Italian amp French Reader Graduate reading Examination Graduate Studies in Literature amp Criticism Acting Department Chair Consulted on development of Italian curriculum Member French Department re ective teaching group Developed French Department s syllabusofrecord LS499 Synthesis Developed French Department s syllabusofrecord FL 121 Humanities Literature Chair Department Curriculum Committee Acting Chair Department Curriculum Committee Major Curriculum revision Stage II Supervision all major courses and degree programs Servicecourse Curriculum Revision Stage I Chair Departmental Evaluation Committee Representative Internationalizing Business Curriculum Committee Chair Departmental Search Committees Departmental Representative IUP Senate Library Liaison French Department Interim Chair French Department Coordinator French Section of the Foreign Language Department Atlarge representative IUP Senate 197984 amp 19921998 Departmental Representative IUPAPSCUF 197983 198283 Member Senate Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Member Universitywide Sabbatical Committee 61 1982 Departmental Representative SSH Dean Search Committee 198283 Member Provost s Faculty Development Committee 1976 Chair Committee on ByLaws for Merged Foreign Language Department C f and Workshop J 1997 International Conference on XXthCentury French Studies Ohio State University Columbus 1997 IDC Workshop on Technology in the Classroom Distance Learning amp PowerPoint 1996 La Pedagogie de l iriterculturel University of Maryland College Park 1996 Simulated Oral Pro ciency Interview Center for Applied Linguistics PittsburghWashington DC 19941997 CamegieMellon Summer Institutes on Cultural Studies Paul Smith Coordinator 1995 Videoconference Enhancing amp Evaluating College Teaching IUP 1994 Musical Homologies Premodemism and Tonal Practice University of Kansas Lawrence 1994 Retrospective Colloquium on Roland Barthes University of Pennsylvania 1993 African Literature Association Ste Catherines Ontario 1992 Class observation at Govemor s Language Academy Staunton Virginia 1992 Writingacrossthecurriculum workshop IUP 1989 African Literature Association University of Pittsburgh 1988 Workshop on Intemationalizing Business Curriculum IUP 1987 African Literature Association Cornell University 1986 4MAT Workshop on Learning Styles and Application of Knowledge IUP 1983 ACTFL oral Interview preparation workshop 1982 Rassiasmethod Masterclass drill session workshop Conference Presentations 19992003 Decision to put research time into curriculum development 20012 French and Communications initiative two new courses Topics in Contemporary French Civilization French Film Culture French Civilization amp its re ections in costume drama film history 20023 Commercial French amp current institutions two new courses Societe contemporaine Commercial French with French assistant 20023 Honors College Program two new courses 62 Conference Presentations cont 1998 1996 1995 1994 1993 1993 1992 1990 1989 1989 1989 1989 1988 1989 1987 Impact of Catholicism on French amp Spanish Culture team taught French amp Spanish Colonial Worlds A Cultural Comparison team Villanova University Conference on Literature amp Film Philadelphia Oral History amp the Emotions Illustrations in Francophone Ethnography University of Louisville Conference on Literature and Criticism Subaltem Studies and PostColonial Criticism The Case of the Haitian Revolution University of Illinois Conference on Comparative French Studies Le Tableau vivant et chantant Exoticism amp The Undoing of Codes in French Grand Opera Villanova Conference on Literature amp Film Philadelphia Silent Margins Subaltem Horizons in Cesaire amp Pontecorvo Annual Conference of French NineteenthCentury Studies University of Kansas Musical Homologies Modernism and French Tonal Practice Duquesne History Forum discussant Carpetbaggers of the Mind History of the Emotions Phenomenological Psychology and Women s Autobiography Annual Conference on Literatures and Film West Virginia The Plural Dialects of Aime Cesaire s Poetic Practice Conference on Cultural Studies Theory and the Classroom IUP New World Francophone Voices as Appareil a penser Midwest Modern Language Association Annual Meeting University of Minnesota Irony the Master Trope and the Problem of Committed Writing Duquesne Foreign Language Conference Pittsburgh Genres glissants Genre and Discourse in Antillean Writing 42n Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference Lexington Myth amp Meditation A Problem of Ideology in Maryse Conde s Heremakhonon 13111 Annual Conference of Literature and Film Florida State University Tallahassee Meditation amp Pure Form The Case of Charlie Parker West Virginia University Conference on Literature and Film Teachers Roles in Black Francophone Writing 21st Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference Lexington African Philosophy amp Black Writing in French Conference on Narrative Poetics University of Michigan Ann Arbor Narrative and Metonymy The Expansion of Aime Cesaire s 63 1987 1986 1985 1985 1984 1983 1982 1979 Publications 1999 1998 1997 1996 1990 1989 1988 Lyric Practice IUPPCIE Conference on University Partnerships Lancaster International Internships International Conference on Wit and Humor Georgia State University System Atlanta Tendentious Wit and the Trope of Irony in Committed Literature Symposium on Literature and Language George Mason University Fairfax Va Curricular Aspects of High Culture Proficiency Parameters and the Continuum of Behaviors Voices of the Voiceless Conference on Human Rights IUP The Voice s Force The Discourse of Analysis and Polemic in Three AntiColonial ClassicsiCesaire Fanon and Memmi FL Methodology Workshop IUP The Dartmouth Intensive Language Model at IUP Conference for Foreign Language in Business Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti Foreign Study and Internships Creating a Program from Existing Components Colloquium on Literature Poetry and Politics Illinois Wesleyan University Poetics and Polemics in the Exemplary Case of Aime Cesaire Centre de documentation pedagogique Nancy France The Spectrum of American Higher Education Website publication in preparation Cultural Studies and the French explication ale texte model Translation for monograph on JeanBaptiste Lully in preparation The Presentation of Lully s Alceste at the Strasbourg Academy of Music Ecorcheville s Genealogical Chart of the Lully Family amp its In uence on Marcel Prouost Lully s Tuscan Family Reviewarticle Gene H BellVillada s Art forArt s Sake anal Literary Life Studies in the Humanities 241amp2 June amp December 1997 Reviewarticle The Hetereological Philosophy of Michel de Certeau Studies in the Humanities 231 Spring 1996 Myth and Meditation A Problem of Ideology in Maryse Conde s Heremakhonon The Litera Griot Vol 2no 1 Spring 1990 Meditation amp Pure From The Case of Charlie Parker The Literav Griot Vol 1 No 2 Spring 1989 Review Dominique Lacapra s Historical Soundings Studies in the Humanities vol VI no 2 Feb 1988 64 1984 Cesaire s Toussaint A Metahistorical Reading Studies in the Humanities vol II no 1 June 1984 Pp 4450 Bibliography 19962000 19842000 1987 19852000 Special notice 1998 Specialized Topic Bibliography in Current French Institutions amp Culture Libraries Hillman Hunt Millstein Scaife Falk Langley Mervis GSPIA and Pittsburgh Law French Department amp Section Library Liaison French Acquisitions Research African Literature Association Conference Cornell University Results Select bibliography on the literature of emerging nations presented to the IUP English Department Doctoral Committee Library acquisitions bibliographer French Department Sponsored successful application for Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for study of French legal practice in France Tiffany Ford 1997 Named Most Valued Professor in recognition program sponsored by IUP s College of Education Maria Versace 1996 Sponsored successful NEH Workshop application for study in Paris and the Touraine in France Suzanne Murphy 1995 Acknowledged in PhD dissertation Indiana University Bloomington Laureen Hurt Community involvement 1998 1997 198795 198992 1983 198284 198384 198384 197677 Stage Carpenter Greensburg Bicentennial premiere of KC Constantine s The Second Mrs Demyan Westmoreland County Child Welfare Office Document translation Canvasser Rita Hathaway for Judge Campaign Transportation volunteer Gymnastics Program Greensburg YMCA Bake Sale volunteer Wendover Middle School Coordinator Public debate on nuclear armaments with participation of SANE Washington and START negotiators Charter member Indiana Citizens for a Nuclear Freeze VicePresident Indiana UnitarianUniversalist Assembly Program coordinator 20part program on religions and societies Indiana UU Assembly Secretary Committee to Save John Sutton Hall 65 CURRICULUM VITAE Charles R McCreary 35 Coates Lane Indiana Pennsylvania 15701 724 4659097 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2001Present Chair Department of French and German Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1986 Present Associate Professor of French Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19841986 Language Laboratories Graduate Assistant Northwestern University 19811984 Graduate Teaching Assistant Northwestern University EDUCATION 19831986 PhD French literature Northwestern University Evanston Illinois Field of concentration 17th Century French theatre 1983 MA French literature Northwestern University 1980 BA French literature Northwestern University DISSERTATION L39 change et le al sz39r une analyse ale quatre pi ces ale Racine The dissertation applies Rene Girard s concept of triangular desire to several of Racine39s tragedies to show that a central structure of these tragedies is the frustration of a possessive desire Dissertation director Dr Sylvie Romanowski 66 ACADEMIC HONORS PhD qualifying exams passed with distinction 1983 Dean39s list three times 19771980 TEACHING EXPERIENCE Firstyear French language Northwestern University 3 quarters Secondyear French Grammar Northwestern University 6 quarters Secondyear French Conversation Northwestern University 3 quarters Secondyear French Civilization courses using lm to teach language and culture Northwestern University 5 quarters Beginning French I Indiana University of Pennsylvania 4 semesters Beginning French II Indiana University of Pennsylvania 5 semesters Intermediate French III Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2 semesters Accelerated French III amp IV Indiana University of Pennsylvania 4 semesters Accelerated College French Indiana University of Pennsylvania 7 semesters College French I Indiana University of Pennsylvania 6 semesters College French II Indiana University of Pennsylvania 6 semesters Intermediate French Conversation Indiana University of Pennsylvania 5 semesters Introduction to French Literature Indiana University of Pennsylvania 3 semesters Intermediate French Composition Indiana University of Pennsylvania 3 semesters French Literature of the 17th Century Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2 semesters French Novel Survey Course Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1 semester French Literature of the 18th Century Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1 semester Special summer program for elementary school teachers Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1 summer session French Studies Program Nancy FranceIUP study abroad program 1 summer session TEACHING INTERESTS French language courses on the beginning and intermediate levels use of interactive media and computers in teaching language civilization and literature French literature of the 17th 18th and 19th Centuries especially theatre and the novel introductory literature courses in English and French writingintensive courses in French composition PUBLICATIONS quotAndromaque et le nouvel ordrequot Francographies Fall 1995 quotAmiga E Public Domain Programming Gemquot in October 1993 issue of quotAmazing Computingquot PAPERS 67 Presented quotWomen39s Roles in Racine39s Tragedyquot Duquesne University Conference on Foreign Languages 1995 and University of Cincinnati Conference on Foreign Languages 1998 Presented quotBajazet and the Tragic Questionquot Duquesne University Conference on Foreign Languages 1994 Presented paper quotThe Unity of the Mask in Splendeurs et Miseres des Courtisanesquot Duquesne University Conference on Foreign Languages 1993 Presented paper quotCreating Supplementary Materials for the French In Action Seriesquot Duquesne University Conference on Foreign Languages 1993 Presented paper quotUsing Video to teach Frenchquot at the PSMLA conference 1991 Panelist one of three presenters at 1990 IUP Spring Methodology Conference Topic quotStudentcentered techniques for the French classroom Presented paper quotPower and Desire A model for Racine39s Tragedyquot at the Duquesne University Conference on Foreign Languages and at the Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages 1988 WORKSHOPS Demonstrated Oral Proficiency Interview techniques at fall conference of APPLES teachers association Topic quotOutcomes Based Educationquot 1993 Served as an Oral Proficiency Tester for the St Francis College Foreign Language Festival Spring 1993 Attended workshop quotRecent Developments in Foreign Language Pedagogyquot Lock Haven University 1992 Attended workshop quotProficiencyBased Instructionquot IUP 1992 Served as official Oral Proficiency Tester for French in experimental program at Carnegie Mellon University 1990 Served as oral proficiency tester for Clarion University for French for International Trade Majors 1990 Lead French section of Teacher Immersion Day at La Roche College 1990 Target language presentation of teaching techniques Attended telecourse workshop at WQED television station 1989 Completed ACTFL Oral Proficiency certi cation 1989 Pa1ticipated in ACTFL Oral Proficiency testing workshop University of Tennessee 1989 Attended quotFrench in Actionquot workshop headed by Dr Pierre Capretz at the College of Wooster 1988 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Attended the three week CALL II computers in language instruction workshop at the 68 Pennsylvania State University summer 1988 Attended the quotFrench in Actionquot workshop headed by Dr Pierre Capretz at the College of Wooster 1988 Served on the College Board CLEP French exam committee 1989 Participated in ACTFL Oral Pro ciency Workshop 1989 Completed ACTFL Oral Pro ciency Certi cation 1989 Attended Telecourse workshop at WQED television station 1989 Demonstrated Oral Pro ciency Interview techniques at APPLES meeting 1993 ACADEMIC SERVICE Served as liaison between the Northwestern University Language Laboratories and the French Department 19841986 Assisted in the production of video courseware in conjunction with the French aural comprehension program 19851986 Directed technical implementation of Secondyear French video lab 19841986 Wrote grading database software in Turbo Pascal for Secondyear French program 1985 Wrote testing software in Turbo Pascal in conjunction with Secondyear aural comprehension program 1986 Assisted in production of listening pro ciency videotaping for incoming teaching assistants at Northwestern University 1985 Wrote electronicworkbook software for use at the Kittanning Campus Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19861987 Organized and implemented French Club spring break trip to Quebec Canada Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1988 1991 Served on Dean Search Committee Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19871988 Served as French Department representative to Microcomputer Consulting Committee Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19861988 1991 1992 Served as departmental representative to University Senate Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19882002 Served on University Development Committee Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19881990 Served on the University Finance Committee Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1988 1990 Served on University Student Affairs Committee Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19901992 19941995 Served on University Senate Rules Committee 2002 Served on University Housing Judicial Board Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1991 present Served as Director of Publicity for the Programs In France Committee Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19881990 Served in Mentor Program for minority students Indiana University of Pennsylvania 19881995 Served as advisor to French for International Trade majors Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1991present 69 Served as advisor to Undecided Majors for Humanities and Social Sciences College Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1991present Wrote CAI software under MACLANG for use in Foreign Language Laboratory Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1991 Served as Interim Director of Foreign Language Laboratory Indiana University of Pennsylvania Summer 1991 1993 1994 Elected Chair Department of French and German Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2001 LANGUAGES French nearnative written and oral pro ciency Rated SUPERIOR on ACTFL scale Spanish intermediatelevel written and oral pro ciency German novicehigh level pro ciency COMPUTER LANGUAGES Pascal MODULA2 Oberon C and BASIC STUDY ABROAD Participated in Sweet Briar College Junior Year in France 19781979 Received Certi cat de participation in the Cours de Recyclage linguistique pour enseignants from the Universit de Dijon 1981 MEMBERSHIPS Modern Language Association PSMLA APPLES NAACP ACTFL RECOMMENDATIONS Dr Sylvie Romanowski Department of French and Italian Northwestern University Dr Janine Spencer Department of French and Italian Northwestern University Dr Robert Whitmer Former Chair Department of French Indiana University of Pennsylvania Dr Anita Henry Department of French Indiana University of Pennsylvania Dr Foster Jones Department of French Indiana University of Pennsylvania 70 71 Ludo op de Beeck PhD CURRICULUM VITAE Preliminag academic preparation Classical Humanities Latin 7 Greek Final Diploma June 1955 Professional academic preparation Philosophy and Literatures September 1955 7 May 1957 Philology and Literatures May 1957 7 June 1959 Final diploma eq MS French 7 English German MA University of Pittsburgh preliminary exams for doctorate 1969 Ph D University of Pittsburgh French Literature 1973 Professional Experience 19591963 19631965 19641973 1973Present January 1974 May 1977 May 1977 September 1977 Spring 1986 Spring 1992 Present Spring Semester 2001 Teacher of English Teacher of German Teacher of French for foreign students Commercial English Commercial German Europe Fulbright Granted Teacher Assistant Associate Professor of French and German Indiana University of Pennsylvania Professor of French and French Literature Indiana University of Pennsylvania Chairman Department of Romance Languages Chairman Department of Foreign Languages Interim Chair Department of French Advisor to French BA majors Acting Chairperson French and German Department 72 Committee Work Departmental Chair Tenure Committee Chair Promotion Committee Chair member Evaluation Committee College level Grant Review Committee College of Humanities and Social Sciences Other Academic Occupations Supervisor of 39 l 39 or Y quot 39 39 quot 39 Y 39 for l l 39 39 ten students on diverse topics such as literary genres authors economics ecology history political situation and evolution human rights MLF etc Course proposals syllabi creation of FLEN 391 7 Medieval Studies FR 481581 7 French Perception Of Modern American Literature Alchemy Magic and Witchcraft Codirector of the Nancy Summer Program for all but one of the ve years Assisting with administrative duties in Indiana and eld work in Nancy and Paris Freelance translations for varied corporations Preparation of the Outcome Based Examinations for Middle Ages Renaissance The French Modern Theatre Preparation as a judge in the Foreign Language Conferences held formerly at St Francis College Loretto PA Evaluation oftenuredfacully 7 Ludo op de Beeck Criteria 1 Effective Teaching See student and peer observations also the Chair s visitation sample syllabi attached student advisement French BA majors 2 Professional Responsibilities Departmental Assignments member of every existing committee and chair of all but two ie my veyear evaluation and library committees promotion evaluations Peer observations and student evaluations of faculty conducted personally in most instances 73 Committee on Research grants College of Humanities and Social Sciences Courses Medieval Studies French American Novel Alchemy Magic and Witchcraft See attached syllabi and Bibliography 3 Scholarly growth Continuation of annotation and translation work French literature Translation for companies individuals etc on totally diverse topics such as scienti c medical ecological etc Thorough preparation and renewal of coursework Supervisor of numerous diverse Independent Studies 4 Service to the Universi Proposals submitted to Continuing Education such as French courses beginning intermediate literature in translation Most often refused for lack of enrollment Member Evaluation Committee Department of German 5 International Programs Formerly CoDirector of the Nancy France programs Since Summer 2001 sole coordinator of the programs Publicity communication budget trip organization etc See attached Respectfully submitted Ludo op de Beeck 74 EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT TEACHING AS SIGNMENTS RESEARCH Resume Dr Peter M Sullivan Department of French and German Sutton Hall 477 Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana Pa 15705 Tel 7243577547 Email psulliv groveiupedu German courses at Heidelberg University MA and PhD Johns Hopkins University Mans eld University SSHE Lehigh University IUP SSHE Beginning and Intermediate German German Conversation Literature courses Survey of German Literature The Age of Goethe 19Lh Century German Literature 201h Century German Literature Special Topic Heinrich Boll The Jacob Leiser Family s German Hymnal and Its Inscriptions P J39 of the Lehigh County Historical Socie y 1974 References to Occupations and Classes in the Writings of David of Augsburg Proceedings of the Patristic Medieval and Renaissance Conference Villanova University 1982 Research on the German connection in the writings of Pulitzer Prize recipient Willa Cather 18731947 Selected Papers A German Dimension in the Writings of Willa Cather Northeast Modern Language Association Convention Hartford Conn March 2830 1985 Willa Cather s Pittsburgh German Friends and Literary Connections Cather s Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh s Cather A Centennial Observance Duquesne University Pittsburgh Pa September 68 1996 Publications Willa Cather s New York German Friends and Her Novels A Biographical Note The Nassau Review 1994 Willa Cather s Pittsburgh German Friends and Literary Connections The Nassau Review 1996 75 TRAVEL Willa Cather s German Connections Uncle Valentine and Wertherian Wandering Willa Cather s Old World amp Canadian Connections Cather Studies Volume 4 1999 Canadian Studies SSHE Travel Grant to research literary interests of German settlers using resources at Waterloo University Waterloo Ontario July 2001 Paper presented at the SSHE Canadian Consortium Conference Edinboro University February 2224 2002 The Literary Interests of German Settlers in KitchenerWaterloo and Adjacent Communities United States Canada Cuba Europe Germany Austria Belgium Luxemburg Holland France England Italy Liechtenstein Switzerland Poland Czech Republic Slovakia Croatia Slovenia 76 Irene L Wallaert 35 Coates Lane Indiana PA 15701 Employed Education Curriculum vitae May 2003 Assistant Professor Indiana University of Pennsylvania Department of French and German Responsible for teaching of Italian language beginning and intermediate sequence French introductory courses in languageliterature in Indiana PA and as part of the staff of the IUP Nancy France program BA 1982 French and Italian Northwestern University Evanston IL MA 1986 French Literature Northwestern University Evanston IL Matriculated August 1999 Middlebury College Middlebury VT Doctoral program in Modern Languages current progress towards Doctorate of Modern Languages degree completed 4 semesters summers coursework preparing comprehensive exams to be taken in July 2003 AY 198081 Sweetbriar College Sweetbriar VA Junior Year Abroad Study in France JanJune 1983 Alliance Francaise Paris France Course work leading to the Certi cat de la Chambre de Commerce et d39Industrie de Paris 77 BS in French Education K12 Revised April 2003 to re ect changes mandated by Chapter 354 Name Student ID Liberal Studies 50 Learning Skills two English two Math 77 ENGL 101 minimum grade of C 4 sh 77 ENGL 202 3 sh 77 MATH 101 151 or other minimum grade of C 3 sh 77 MATH 100 105 or other minimum grade of C note 1 3 sh I 39 39 one Historv one I iterature one Phil or Rel Studies 77 HIST 195 3 sh 77 ENGL 121 FNLG 121 minimum grade of C 3 sh 77 PHIL 101 PHIL 120 RLST 100 RLST 250 or other 3 sh Fine Arts one course 7 ARPH 101 MUPH 101 THTR 101 THTR 102 3 sh Natural Science Option 1 two courses with lab 4sh each OR Option 11 one course with lab 4sh two nonlab courses 3sh each one of which may be counted among LBST electives 7 Natural science lab course minimum grade of C 4 sh 7 Natural science minimum grade of C 3 4 sh Social Sciences three courses one ofwhich must be PSYC 101 7 PSYC 101 3 sh 7 ANTH 110 ANTH 211 or other 3 sh 7 Social Science from approved list 3 sh Health and Wellness one course 7 HPED 143 FDNT 143 OR 7 MLSC101 2 sh 7 MLSC 102 2 sh 34sh Liberal Studies Elective one course from approved list 7 LBST elective Synthesis one course 7 LB ST 499 3 sh Other Requirements to be ful lled by courses anmhere in the total academic program 7 NonWestem cultures one course 77 W course in student s major 77 any W course Note 1 The second math course may be counted among LBST electives provided that the course appears on the approved list of Liberal Studies Electives in the catalog 78 College Professional Education sequence note 1 29 Must be completed prior to Admission to Teacher Certi cation Program COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology 3 sh EDSP 102 Educational Psychology 3 sh EDEX 301 Education of Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Secondary Settings 2 sh EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning Design and Interpretation of Educational Measures 3 sh EDUC 242 Prestudent Teaching I notes 2 4 1 sh EDUC 342 Prestudent Teaching II notes 3 4 1 sh EDUC 441 Student Teaching 12 sh EDUC 442 School Law 1 sh EDUC 453 Teaching of FL in Sec Schoolnote 3 3 sh Notes 1 A minimum grade of C is required in these courses 2 This course is offered in the Spring Semester only 3 This course is offered in the Fall Semester only 4 Students enroll in Section 022 Major French Requirements 36 7 FRNC 202 College French II 3 sh 7 FRNC 331 Intermediate French Conversation 3 sh 7 FRNC 341 French Grammar 3 sh 7 FRNC 353 Intermediate French Composition 3 sh 7 FRNC 370 Introduction to French Literature 3 sh 7 FRNC 373 French Civilization 3 sh 7 FRNC 390 Teaching Elementary Content 3 sh 7 FRNC 432 French Phonetics and Phonology 3 sh 7 FRNC 441 Advanced French Grammar 3 sh 7 FRNC 7 FRNC Elective 3 sh 7 FRNC 7 FRNC Elective 3 sh 7 FRNC 7 FRNC Elective 3 sh Free Electives 5 Total Degree Requirements 120 The 3Step Process to Teacher Certification A Summary for French Education Prior to Step 1 Admission to Teacher Certi cation Program 48 credits completed 30 QPA overall Prior to Step 2 Admission to Student Teaching 30 QPA overall Liberal Studies science courses Prior to Step 3 Recommendation for Certi cation 6 credits math completed completed Successful completion of ENGL 101 121 completed All Major requirements student teaching EDSP 102 COMIVI 103 completed 79 PRAXIS Ipassed Act 34 and 151 clearances SpeechHearing clearance TB test clearance Personal Goals Essay Portfolio begun EDUC 453 completed PRAXIS 11 passed Renewed Act 34151 AdvancedLow level of oral pro ciency in French Portfolio review Graduation from IUP 80 Bachelor of Science in German Education K12 RevisedApril 2003 to reflect changes mandated by Chapter 354 Name Student ID Liberal Studies 50 Learning Skills two English two Math ENGL 101 minimum grade of C 4 sh ENGL 202 3 sh MATH 101 151 or other minimum grade of C 3 sh MATH 100 105 or other minimum grade of C note 1 3 sh I 39 39 one Historv one 1 iterature one Phil or Rel Studies HIST 195 3 sh ENGL 121 FNLG 121 minimum grade of C 3 sh PHIL 101 PHIL 120 RLST 100 RLST 250 or other 3 sh Fine Arts one course ARH1101 MUH1101 THTR101 THTR 102 3 sh Natural Science Option 1 two courses with lab 4sh each OR Option 11 one course with lab 4sh two nonlab courses 3sh each one of which may be counted among LBST electives Natural science lab course minimum grade of C 4 sh Natural science minimum grade of C 3 4 sh Social Sciences three courses one ofwhich must be PSYC 101 PSYC 101 3 sh ANTH 110 ANTH 211 or other 3 sh Social Science from approved list 3 sh Health and Wellness one course HPED 143 FDNT 143 OR MLSC 101 2 sh MLSC 102 2 sh 3 4 sh Liberal Studies Elective one course from approved list LBST elective Synthesis one course LBST 499 3 sh Other Reguirements to be ful lled by courses anmhere in the total academic program NonWestem cultures one course W course in student s major any W course 81 Note 1 The second math course may be counted among LBST electives provided that the course appears on the approved list of Liberal Studies Electives in the catalog 82 College Professional Education sequence note 1 29 Must be completed prior to Admission to Teacher Certi cation Program COMM 103 Digital Instructional Technology 3 sh EDSP 102 Educational Psychology 3 sh EDEX 301 Education of Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Secondary Settings 2 sh EDSP 477 Assessment of Student Learning Design and Interpretation of Educational Measures 3 sh EDUC 242 Prestudent Teaching I notes 2 4 1 sh EDUC 342 Prestudent Teaching II notes 3 4 1 sh EDUC 441 Student Teaching 12 sh EDUC 442 School Law 1 sh EDUC 453 Teaching of FL in Sec Schoolnote 3 3 sh Notes 1 A minimum grade of C is required in these courses 2 This course is offered in the Spring Semester only 3 This course is offered in the Fall Semester only 4 Students enroll in Section 022 Major German Requirements 33 GRMN 221 Conversation III 2 sh GRMN 222 Conversation IV 2 sh GRMN 251 German III 3 sh GRMN 252 German IV 3 sh GRMN 321 Advanced Conversation I 1 sh GRMN 322 Advanced Conversation II 1 sh GRMN 351 Advanced German I 3 sh GRMN 352 Advanced German II 3 sh GRMN 361 Dev German Cult amp Lit I 3 sh GRMN 362 Dev German Cult amp Lit II 3 sh GRMN 390 Teaching Elemen Content 3 sh GRMN 7 GRMN Elective 3 sh GRMN 7 GRMN Elective 3 sh GRMN GRMN Elective 3 sh Free Electives Total Degree Requirements The 3Step Process to Teacher Certi cation A Summary for German Education 120 83 Prior to Step 1 Admission to Teacher Certi cation Program 48 credits completed 30 QPA overall 6 credits math completed ENGL 101 121 completed 0 EDSP 102 COMM 103 PRAXIS Ipassed Act 34 and 151 clearances SpeechHearing clearance TB test clearance Personal Goals Essay Portfolio begun Prior to Step 2 Admission to Student Teaching 30 QPA overall Liberal Studies science courses completed All Major requirements completed EDUC 453 completed PRAXIS 11 passed Renewed Act 34151 AdvancedLow level of oral pro ciency in French Portfolio review Prior to Step 3 Recommendation for Certi cation Successful completion of student teaching Graduation from IUP 84