World Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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The World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Departments promotes critical thinking, reading, and writing; oral, listening, and cultural competencies; and strategies for literacy, teaching, and learning across diverse languages, literatures, and cultures within a liberal arts tradition.

Faculty and Staff Top of Page

Fezzey, Hilary - Associate Professor, English
Kropid, Wendy - Professor, English Education
Pucheu, Jeanette - Associate Professor, Spanish
Reiff, Raychel - Professor, English
Sloboda, Nicholas - Professor, English

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ENGED - English Education
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
ENGED 189English Education Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
ENGED 289English Education Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
ENGED 339Teaching High School English3.00
Methods of English instruction in the senior high schools; the use of literature, mass media, and other aids in developing skills in listening, speaking, writing, and reading. Includes developing/teaching lessons in a high school English/Language Arts classroom.
Prerequisites:
Admission to Teacher Education Program or consent of instructor, completion of 12 credits of English courses, and cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
Typically Offered:
Every Third Term Beg. Fall 12
ENGED 389English Education Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
ENGED 406Children's Literature3.00
Study of the various types of fiction and nonfiction literatures published for, used with, or selected by children birth to age 12, particularly for use in the classroom setting. Includes the selection, evaluation, appreciation, and use of children's literature and related media. Explores methods to help develop a child's interest in reading and ability to appreciate quality children's literature.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
ENGED 418Language and Literature in the Middle Grades3.00
Study of strategies and techniques supporting the development of language skills through literary themes. By analyzing and responding to literature in a variety of genres, skills such as spelling, grammar, vocabulary building, literary techniques, and oral presentation will be targeted.
Typically Offered:
Every Third Term Beg. Fall 12
ENGED 464Developing Literacy Grades 4-123.00
Study of the design and implementation of language arts curricula and instruction in grades 4-12. Emphasis is on language development (oral and written) and literacy from the 4 -12 grades and developmental instruction, focusing on creating strategic lifelong readers and writers.
Prerequisites:
Completion of ENGED 370 and Admission to the Teacher Education Program. Teacher Education Non-Academic Test (TB and Criminal Background Check)
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGED 465Content Area Literacy3.00
Study of the use of literacy processes in developing student learning in the content areas. Emphasis on the integration of learning theory and subject matter knowledge in planning instruction which makes profitable use of text and writing to meet curriculum goals in disciplinary literacy.
Prerequisites:
Admission to Teacher Education programs; successful completion of TED 300 and at least one methods course (ART 335, ENGED 339, 370, HHPED 343, 344, HHP 339, MTHED 322, 323, 339, MUSED 382, 383, 384, 386, NSED 321, 339, SSED 331, 339 or TED 339)
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
ENGED 481Seminars in Education1.00 - 3.00
Selected topics and problems in the area of teacher education. May be taken in several units provided a different topic or problem is studied each time.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
ENGED 489English Education Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
 
ENGL - English
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
ENGL 189English elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
ENGL 211British Literature I3.00
Survey of masterpieces and transitional works to 1789.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
ENGL 212British Literature II3.00
Survey of masterpieces and transitional works from 1789 to the present.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGL 218Nonfiction Literature and Literacy3.00
Critical analysis and response to the structure and content of historic and contemporary nonfiction works in a variety of genres, including humorous writings, essays, speeches, professional articles, and memoirs.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Every Third Term Beg. Fall 12
ENGL 221American Literature I3.00
Survey of principal American writers from the Colonial Period through the mid-19th Century.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
ENGL 222American Literature II3.00
Survey of principal American writers from the mid-19th century to the present.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGL 228Multi-Ethnic American Literature3.00
Survey of a variety of multi-ethnic American literatures, including Native American, African-American, Latinx, Chicanx, Asian American, and various European-American writings starting with the oral traditions up to the 21st Century. Typically Offered: Fall and Spring Terms online, Fall or Spring on campus
University Studies Requirements:
Diversity
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Fall or Spring Terms
ENGL 229Literature by Women3.00
Survey of British and American women's literature from the Middle Ages to the Contemporary Period. Women's literature across cultures, genres, and time periods.
University Studies Requirements:
Diversity
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Every Other Year
ENGL 241World Literature I3.00
Survey of selected literary works in translation from the Ancient World through the mid-17th Century. Includes works from the Western and non-Western world.
University Studies Requirements:
Global Awareness
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
ENGL 242World Literature II3.00
Survey of selected literary works in translation from the late 17th Century through the Contemporary Period. Includes works from the Western and non-Western world.
University Studies Requirements:
Global Awareness
Humanities - Literature
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGL 289English Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
ENGL 311Shakespeare I3.00
Study of representative comedies, histories, and tragedies through "Hamlet."
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
ENGL 312Shakespeare II3.00
Study of selected problem comedies, later tragedies, and romances.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGL 315Chaucer3.00
Study of Chaucer's major writings and the historical and intellectual conditions that produced the writer and his works.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Every Other Year
ENGL 326Major Author3.00
Study of selected writings of a major literary figure or figures. May be repeated for credit with different author or pair of authors.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 328Multi-Ethnic American Novels3.00
Study of novels by contemporary multi-ethnic American writers.
University Studies Requirements:
Diversity
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 331British Literary Periods3.00
Study of British poetry, prose, and the literary developments in a specific British literary period. May be repeated for credit with different content.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Every Other Year
ENGL 332American Literary Periods3.00
Study of American poetry, prose, and the literary developments in a specific American literary period. May be repeated for credit with different content.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 368Short Story I (Pre 1945)3.00
Study of the genre of the historic short story to 1945.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 369Short Story II (Post 1945)3.00
Study of the genre of the contemporary short story after 1945.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 389English Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
ENGL 40319th Century British Women Novelists3.00
Study of writings of six major women novelists in Great Britain during the Romantic and Victorian Ages: Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte; and George Eliot.
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of English Literature or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 404Early American Fiction Writers: Poe, Melville, Hawthorne3.00
Study of the three major Romantic period fiction writers: Poe, Melville and Hawthorne.
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of English Literature or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 405History of the English Language3.00
Development of English from 449 A.D. to the present.
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of English Literature or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Every Other Year
ENGL 409Age of Pope, Swift, Gay3.00
Study of the literature of the Scriblerus Club: Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, and John Gay.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 419The Rise of the Novel3.00
Study of the history and theory of the emergent novel genre as it developed in eighteenth-century Britain.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 426Popular 20th Century Writers3.00
Study of writings of five popular American and British 20th century writers: Huxley, Golding, Salinger, Plath, Cisneros.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Every Other Year
ENGL 429The British Romantic Period3.00
Study of the literature produced in Great Britain during the Romantic period (approximately 1798-1832).
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 436Hemingway's Artistry3.00
Study of Hemingway's fiction through a consideration of his artistic vision.
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of English Literature or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 439The Victorian Age3.00
Study of the literature of the Victorian period in British Literature (1830s to 1800s).
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 446Key American Modernist Writers3.00
Study of the writings of three major American modernist writers: Crane, Anderson, O'Connor.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 449Postcolonial Literature3.00
Study of Anglophone postcolonial literature.
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of English Literature or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 456Avant-Garde Literature3.00
Study of the development of the Avant-Garde as a specific component of modern and postmodern literature.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 460Special Topics in Literature3.00
Studies in literary themes, genres, theories, or history. May be repeated for credit with different content.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Every Other Year
ENGL 465Modern American Poetry3.00
The study of major writers and poetic movements in modern American poetry.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 466Contemporary American Poetry3.00
Study of major writers and poetic movements in contemporary American poetry.
Prerequisites:
Completion of 3 credits of English Literature or consent of the instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
ENGL 479Literary Criticism3.00
Historical survey of literary theory. Discussion of classical and subsequent critical theories pertaining to the function, understanding, and appreciation of literature.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of 3 credits of ENGL courses.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGL 489English Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
ENGL 491Senior Capstone Experience0.00
Required culminating senior year project. Students work closely with an English faculty member to further develop a research project initiated in a course from Category 4, 5, or 6 within the Major. The project will be presented in a public forum and will have both a written and an oral component. Pass-Fail. Arranged.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is having completed 3 credits of 300 or 400 level English course.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
ENGL 498Independent Study1.00 - 6.00
Advanced study for students who have shown themselves capable of independent work, carried on under direction of a staff member chosen by the student with approval of the department chair. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
 
FLAN - Foreign Language
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
FLAN 189Foreign Language Elective1.00 - 14.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
FLAN 289Foreign Language Elective1.00 - 14.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
FLAN 389Foreign Language Elective1.00 - 14.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
FLAN 389Foreign Language Elective1.00 - 14.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
FLAN 489Foreign Language Elective1.00 - 14.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-Superior course.
 
FREN - French
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
FREN 101Beginning French I3.00
Study of language fundamentals with emphasis on development of listening and speaking skills. Practice in reading and writing. Only for students with no previous French study.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - WLCP
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
FREN 102Beginning French II3.00
Continuation of FREN 101. Appropriate for someone with up to two years of high school French.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
FREN 189French Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
FREN 201Intermediate French I3.00
Intensive oral practice; review of fundamentals of French; conversation; reading. Appropriate for someone with two or three years of high school French.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
FREN 289French elective1.00 - 99.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
FREN 389French elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
FREN 489French elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
 
JAPA - Japanese
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
JAPA 101Beginning Japanese I3.00
Study of language fundamentals with emphasis on development of listening and speaking skills. Practice with reading and writing. Japanese script (hiragana, katakana and kanji) is taught from the beginning of the course. Presumes no previous language study.
JAPA 102Beginning Japanese II3.00
Continuation of JAPA 101. Appropriate for someone with up to two years of high school Japanese. Prerequisit: JAPA 101.
JAPA 201Intermediate Japanese I3.00
This intermediate undergraduate course builds upon the skills students obtained in introductory Japanese language courses JAPA 101 and 102. By the end of this course, students should understand more advanced usage of adjectives, adverbs and verb conjugations. They should also be able to read texts containing a limited number of Kanji (Chinese characters), construct compound sentences, and converse with relative ease on various everyday subjects, such as vacation, shopping and sickness. Prerequisites: JAPA 101 and 102, or approval of instructor. This course is offered during Fall semester.
Prerequisites:
JAPA 101 and JAPA 102, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
JAPA 202Intermediate Japanese II3.00
This intermediate undergraduate course builds upon the skills students obtained in introductory Japanese language courses JAPA 101 and 102 as well as the intermediate-level course, JAPA 201. By the end of this course, students should understand more advanced usage of expressions with potential verbs, volitional form and verb functions. They should also be able to read 64 additional Kanji, construct compound sentences, and converse with relative ease on everyday subjects, such as travelling, giving and receiving, and hotels and banks. Prerequisites: JAPA 101, 102 and 201, or approval of instructor. This course is offered during Spring semester.
Prerequisites:
JAPA 101 and JAPA 102 and JAPA 201, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
 
SPAN - Spanish
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
SPAN 101Beginning Spanish I3.00
Study of language fundamentals with emphasis on listening, speaking, and reading skills. Practice in writing. Only for students with no previous Spanish study, or consent of instructor.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - WLCP
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
SPAN 102Beginning Spanish II3.00
Continuation of SPAN 101.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - WLCP
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 101, or appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
SPAN 189Spanish Elective1.00 - 9.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish I3.00
Review of grammar. Emphasis on oral skills, writing, and reading of Spanish.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - WLCP
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 102, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Only
SPAN 202Intermediate Spanish II3.00
Continuation of SPAN 201.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - WLCP
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 201, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Spring Term Only
SPAN 289Spanish Elective1.00 - 9.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
SPAN 300Advanced Spanish3.00
In-depth study of grammar points that pose problems for students of Spanish, practice in composition, and the reading of contemporary literature.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 202, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Every Other Year
SPAN 301Conversational Spanish3.00
Speaking skills developed through reading and discussion of contemporary texts.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 202, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
SPAN 303Latin American Culture and Civilization3.00
Study in the cultural production of Latin American literature, music, art, and film in the context of contemporary Latin-American history.
University Studies Requirements:
Global Awareness
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 202, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Fall Term Every Other Year
SPAN 307An Exploration of Spanish Speaking Cultures0.00 - 3.00
In this study abroad course the history, culture and folklore of the Spanish Speaking World will be explored through a myriad of Spanish and Latin American literary tests, music, and film. Students will also have the opportunity to interact directly in Spanish with native speakers through a variety of activities woven into the course. During this course the students will have the opportunity to visit historic sites and museums to allow them to experience the culture firsthand. Reading, writing, and oral work will be done in Spanish. Course may be repeated for credit with different study abroad experience.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 201, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
SPAN 315Voices of Hispanic Women3.00
Course taught in Spanish focusing on the lives and experiences of Hispanic women writers, artists, and filmmakers from Latin America, the United States, and Spain. Examines the present status of women as they leave the traditional setting of home and emerge into the public sphere of influence and power. Studies the effects of poverty, war, and revolution on women and their families as well as the impact of immigration on identity and self.
University Studies Requirements:
Diversity
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 202, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
SPAN 350Latino Culture in the U.S.3.00
This course, taught in Spanish, introduces the art, literature, and history of Chicanos or Mexican-Americans, Puerto-Rican Americans, and Cuban-Americans.
University Studies Requirements:
Diversity
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 202, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
SPAN 360Special Topics in Literature and Culture3.00 - 9.00
Studies in Hispanic literature and/or culture. Taught in Spanish. May be repeated for up to nine credits with different content.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is completion of SPAN 202, appropriate placement test score, or consent of instructor.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
SPAN 389Spanish Elective1.00 - 12.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
SPAN 399Study Abroad1.00 - 6.00
Formal study of the Spanish language, culture, and literature usually at UW-Superior's cooperating institution in Costa Rica. Students attend lectures on Spanish-speaking countries, culture and history, the environment, women's issues, literature and the arts. Includes home stays with families and opportunities for travel within the country. Information is available in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Program must be approved by the department before departure and consent of instructor is required.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
SPAN 399Study Abroad1.00 - 6.00
Formal study of the Spanish language, culture, and literature usually at UW-Superior's cooperating institution in Costa Rica. Students attend lectures on Spanish-speaking countries, culture and history, the environment, women's issues, literature and the arts. Includes home stays with families and opportunities for travel within the country. Information is available in the Department of World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Program must be approved by the department before departure and consent of the instructor is required.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
SPAN 489Spanish Elective1.00 - 9.00
Transfer credits ONLY from another accredited institution not equivalent to a UW-S course.
SPAN 491Spanish Senior Capstone Experience0.00
Required culminating senior-year project. Students work closely with the Spanish faculty to further develop a research project initiated in a 300- or 400- level Spanish course or during a study abroad course. See UW-Superior catalog for Spanish course descriptions. The project will be presented at a specified time in a public forum and will have both a written and an oral component. Pass-Fail. Arranged. Advisor permission and instructor consent required.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
SPAN 498Independent Study1.00 - 6.00
For advanced students who have successfully completed upper-division-level courses in Spanish and are capable of independent work. Studies carried on under direction of instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
 
WLLC - World Languages, Literatures, and Culture
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
WLLC 101Beginning American Sign Language & Culture I3.00
The first semester sequence of beginning American Sign Language (ASL) study; students learn vocabulary, basic sentence structures and patterns, and develop basic sign communication. Focus is on receptive and expressive skills.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
WLLC 102Beginning American Sign Language & Culture II3.00
The second semester is the second sequence of beginning American Sign Language (ASL) study. Students continue to learn vocabulary, basic sentence structures and patterns, and develop basic sign communication. Focus is on receptive and expressive skills.
Prerequisites:
WLLC 101, placement exam, or instructor’s approval.
Typically Offered:
Fall and Spring Terms
WLLC 207An Exploration of the World of Spanish Speaking Cultures0.00 - 3.00
In this study abroad course the history, culture and folklore of the Spanish speaking world will be explored through a myriad of literary texts, music, and film (either in Spanish or translation). Students will also have the opportunity to interact directly in Spanish with other native speakers through a variety of activities woven into the course. During this course the students will have the opportunity to visit historic sites and museums to allow them to experience the culture firsthand. Reading, writing and oral work will be done in English and/or Spanish. Course may be repeated for credit with different study abroad experience. Prerequisite: pre-session meetings.
University Studies Requirements:
Humanities - WLCP
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand
 
WLLED - World Languages, Literatures and Culture Education
Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsCredits
WLLED 339Methods of Teaching World Languages3.00
Examination of the teaching-learning situation in the classroom. Lecture, discussion, written reports, and simulated teaching (i.e. micro-teaching). Required course for prospective teachers of world languages.
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite for taking this course is admission to the Teacher Education Program, and cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
Typically Offered:
Occasional by Demand

World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Department Contact Information Top of Page

World Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Department
University of Wisconsin - Superior
Swenson Hall 3061
Belknap and Catlin Ave.
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
Phone: 715-394-8195
Email: admissions@uwsuper.edu