Jan 17, 2022  
2014-2015 Traditional Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Traditional Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

German Minor for Middle Childhood through Adolescence Education Certification (grades 1-8) or Early Adolescence through Adolescence Education Certification (grades 6-12)


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Minor Requirements (29 semester hours)


For Middle Childhood through Adolescence Education Certification (grades 1-8) or Early Adolescence through Adolescence Education Certification (grades 6-12) in combination with a certifiable major

One of the following Foreign Study Programs:


  • Note: Courses successfully completed in the Guest Semester may also fulfill as many as 4 course requirements listed above.

  • Hessen University Summer Semester
  • Note: The successful completion of one 1-month program at Hessen University campus, either in Frankfurt, Marburg, Giessen, or Fulda, may also fulfill a requirement for a course numbered GER 300  or lower.

Teacher Certification


To qualify for either Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence (grades 1-8) or Early Adolescence through Adolescence (grades 6-12) teaching certification in German, a student must complete the courses listed above, the Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence Education Major/Professional Sequence or the Early Adolescence through Adolescence Professional Sequence along with a certifiable major, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) statutory requirements.

*ACTFL Oral Proficiency Exam


The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Oral Proficiency Interview is a standardized procedure for the assessment of functional speaking ability. It is a face-to-face or telephone interview between a certified ACTFL tester and an examinee. The test is used to determine how well a person speaks a language by comparing his or her performance of specific communication tasks with the criteria for each of ten proficiency levels. Lakeland College requires candidates for State of Wisconsin foreign language teaching certification to be proficient at the Intermediate High level. Information regarding the ACTFL examination is available in the Office of the Registrar.

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