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Latin Education (K-12)

Bachelor of Science in Education

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Research shows there are benefits of second language learning that exceed a student’s own linguistic abilities. Second language learning provides cognitive benefits that help to support academic achievement and improve beliefs about other cultures. Miami offers 5 K-12 licensure programs: Chinese, French, German, Latin, and Spanish.

Contact Info

Martha Castañeda, Ph.D.

Professor of Foreign Language Education

Department of Teacher Education

401 McGuffey Hall, 210 E. Spring St., Oxford, OH 45056

castanme@MiamiOH.edu

513-529-6443

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Curriculum and Courses

As part of this program, you will complete at least 34 semester hours above the 202 level in Latin. A few of the other courses you will take in this major include:Teacher Candidates complete language and culture courses in the College of Arts and sciences including at least 34 semester hours above the 202 level in Latin. For the education portion of the degree, we utilize a cohort-based approach to teaching methods and pedagogy for each language taught in the department. We offer two teaching methods courses to instruct teacher candidates on effective language teaching strategies in their respective fields of study. A few other courses you will take in this major include:As part of this program, you will complete at least 34 semester hours above the 202 level in Latin. A few of the other courses you will take in this major include:

  • CLS 102 Roman Civilization
  • EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts
  • EDP 301A Assessment and Evaluation in Educational Settings
  • TCE 421A Classroom Cultures, Community, and Climate
  • TCE 446L Reading in the Foreign Language

Although recommended, study abroad is not required in Latin education.

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Course Catalog

Career Options

The foreign language education licensure for grades K-12 leads most graduates into primary, middle school or high school teaching positions. Students who obtain additional education may choose to pursue roles in educational administration.

Additional Opportunities

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    Study Abroad

    Discover all the study abroad options available to you. One favorite Winter Term course, Culture, ELs, Research & Writing in Belize, is specially designed for students who desire to add international teaching, field, and service experiences to their resume and broaden their perspectives of teaching.

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Facts and Stats

Your college experience here will be one of the most exciting times of your life. To make sure of this, we’ll provide you with a powerful support system.

  • 90% First-to-second year retention

    Miami University Data

  • 21st Among Public Universities in the United States for Four-Year Graduation Rate

    The Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac

  • 96% of 2018-2019 graduates who were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019

    Miami University Data

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Students declare a pre-major in a Teacher Education program at the time of university admission or as soon as possible. After declaring a pre-major, students must apply for acceptance to a cohort-a group of students selected to experience certain parts of the program together. Selection is limited for each cohort to ensure quality instruction; those applicants with the greatest potential for academic success are selected for each cohort. Admission to Miami University or to the College of Education, Health, and Society as a pre-major neither implies nor guarantees selection to a cohort.

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