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Why Choose Secondary Education Spanish?
The Spanish Education Minor prepares future teachers to communicate with prospective students in the target language in a simple, but efficient way, the basics of the language grammar, vocabulary, culture, and important aspects of the Hispanic world. A highlight of the program is the Spanish pedagogy class, which entails a variety of examples and classroom like scenarios where students have hands-on experiences to become familiar with the current trends and approaches of a second language acquisition.
The Secondary Education program requires the completion of a teaching major and a teaching minor to fulfill the subject area requirements of the program.
Secondary Education majors may choose an appropriate teaching minors from the following areas: biology, chemistry, English, geography, history, mathematics, physical education, political science, spanish, or speech communication.
A 2.75 GPA is required for satisfactory completion of the Spanish teaching minor. No grade lower than a "C".
College of Education & Human Services
School of Education
Bishop Hall Room 421
Ferris State University
1349 Cramer Circle
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2737
Telephone: (231) 591-5361