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SU24-2: Teaching Social Justice with Novels in the French Classroom
SU24-2: Teaching Social Justice with Novels in the French Classroom
SU24-2: Teaching Social Justice with Novels in the French Classroom
SU24-2: Teaching Social Justice with Novels in the French Classroom
SU24-2: Teaching Social Justice with Novels in the French Classroom

SU24-2: Teaching Social Justice with Novels in the French Classroom

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Summer 2: July 8-August 16 (ONLINE INSTRUCTOR FACILITATED)

Credit Options

Not sure which credit option to choose?  Learn more about each credit option here and review your state/district requirements.

45 Professional Development/Clock Hours: $590

  • Idioma Professional Development Certificate (accepted by most states)
  • Approved Illinois CPDU Certificate through partnership with CEII
  • Approved Massachusetts PDP Certificate
  • Approved New York CTLE Certificate
  • Approved Pennsylvania ACT48 Certificate
  • Approved Texas CPE Certificate

3 Graduate-Level Credits

  • PEDD 9209: University of the Pacific: $925
  • CLDE 591 FREN 507: Colorado State University Pueblo: $950
  • PDLL 577ID: Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU): $1005

Course Description

For communication in L2 to exist, students need something to talk about, and students of this generation are keen to discuss real topics which can lead to improved critical thinking skills. Reading short novels written expressly for students acquiring L2, provides the perfect springboard to engage in heady topics, such as those surrounding social justice.  In this course, students will be presented with social justice issues through reading three novels of different levels in French: Sortie No. 8, La Coupe du Monde and Secrets, and how they can be addressed in the context of the French classroom. Within each module, participants will examine the online content, read the books, engage in discussion, prepare and share activities for use in the classroom.  The course is a forum to collaborate, share ideas and best practices for involving level-appropriate novels in the world language classroom.

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Required Texts 

There is no required textbook for this course. All materials are digital and will be provided in the online course.

Course Delivery 

Online weekly learning modules, collaborative discussion boards and instructor feedback. This course is not self-paced. 

Students who matriculate into an Instructor-Facilitated course should adhere to the dates listed on the website. Final coursework should be submitted within one week after the course end date. Course extensions beyond one week are subject to a $50 fee.

About the Instructor

Elisa Kirschhoffer, Instructor. Read more about Our Team page!

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