Descriptions for Modern Languages
MDL 1300-2 Languages for the Professionals (2 + 0)
To afford the students a practical knowledge of a foreign language (Spanish, German, French, etc.) in order to facilitate communication and to provide understanding in a specific professional field. May be repeated for credit as the course title changes.
(EDU 1610, SPE 1610) American Sign Language I (3 + 0)
Prerequisite: minimum performance on the reading and writing pre-assessment placement test
This course will provide students with a basic understanding of American Sign Language and beginning conversational skills. Students will be introduced to Deaf culture. (General Studies-Level I, Communications)
(SPE 1620) American Sign Language II (3 + 0)
Prerequisite: SPE/MDL/EDU 1610 or permission of instructor
This course is a continuation of SPE 1610 emphasizing expressive language as well as increasing competence with receptive language skills. The course continues to build vocabulary and familiarity with the complex grammar (morphology and syntax) of this visual language. The Deaf experience and culture is integrated throughout.
MDL 1700-2 Foreign Languages for Travelers (2 + 0)
This course presents the basics necessary when traveling in a foreign country. It gives the traveler a minimal command of the basic phrases, salutations, weather, numbers, time, statements of need and desire. May be repeated for credit as the course title changes.
MDL 4960-3 Teaching Foreign Languages in the Secondary Schools (3 + 0)
Prerequisites: EDS 3210 plus nine hours of intermediate and advanced courses in one foreign language, or permission of instructor
A course in methods and materials of instruction in modern foreign languages at the secondary level.
& Friends | Campus
Life | Computing
on Campus | Search/Directories
| News, Events & the Arts | Current Students | Faculty & Staff | Welcome | Metro State Home |
Copyright © Metropolitan State College of Denver