Second-Language Acquisition Studies
In addition to its language programs, the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures offers courses on second-language acquisition, including teaching methodology and language pedagogy.
FLL 210 / psyc 210: Second-Language ACQUISITION
How do people learn another language? The primary goal of this course is to introduce students to a vibrant and expanding branch of language science and, more generally, to cognitive science as it relates to the study of second language acquisition. This course is designed for those interested in theories and processes of language learning or for those seeking a career in language teaching.
FLL 380, 381: Second-Language Teaching methodology & Practicum
Students meet with the instructor on a weekly basis to study teaching methodology, language pedagogy, and second-language acquisition theory. This course also gives students the opportunity to apply what they learn and gain language teaching experience under faculty supervision in local elementary, middle, and high schools. Practicums are available in French, German, Korean, Russian, and Spanish are available.
Prerequisite: 211 or higher, or permission of instructor
Please see the Lafayette Course Catalog for official descriptions of the Second-Language Teaching Practicum and other subjects offered by the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures.
Please see the Course and Exam Schedule for a current list of courses and times, including special-topics courses not listed in the permanent Course Catalog.
Sidney Donnell, Department Head
404 Pardee Hall
Markus Dubischar, Assistant Head
423 Pardee Hall
Joli Mellett, Department Secretary
410 Pardee Hall
Foreign Languages and Literatures
413 Pardee Hall
Easton, PA 18042
(610) 330-5656 (fax)