- FRE 490/598 Advanced Topics/Projects in French: French Culture Through Film
- FRE 598 Body, Space & Gender in Francophone African Lit
The Master of Arts in Teaching French
The Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish
Maine Summer Institute for Teachers
of French and Spanish 2012
Registration for all courses listed below must be completed at the University of Maine. All registrations for graduate-level courses (numbered 500) must be processed through the Graduate School, University of Maine. Teachers who have been admitted to a graduate program must register for courses (be they 400 or 500) at the Graduate School, University of Maine
All on-campus courses in summer 2012 will be delivered in Orono at the University of Maine.
FRE 598 Projects in French II: Body, Space & Gender in Francophone African Literature
(Prof. Mouhamedoul Niang, Colby College) July 5-13, 9:00 a.m. -3:30 p.m.. (3 cr.)
FRE 598 Projects in French II: French Culture through Film
(Prof. Nancy Erickson, USM) June 1-August 3. (3 cr.) (Online)
SPA 390 Topics in Spanish: Don Juan Theme in Spanish Literature
(Prof. Eugene Del Vecchio, UM), June 25- June 29, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Assignments submitted via e-mail through July. (3 cr.)
SPA 403/503 Cervantes’ Don Quijote
(Prof. Eugene Del Vecchio, UM), July 16 – 20, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Assignments submitted via e-mail through July (3 cr.)
SPA 490/550 Seminar in Hispanic Civilization: Galicia, Another Spain?
(Prof. Kathleen March, UM), July 2 – August 3. (3 cr.) (Online)
MLC 466/566 The Teaching of Modern Languages
(Ms. Nives Dal Bò-Wheeler, UM) June 25-June 29, 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Assignments submitted via e-mail through July. Includes current trends and methods in world language instruction, application of second language acquisition principles to classroom procedures, interplay of theory and practice at different proficiency levels, uses of technology in instructional process. For individuals seeking world language teaching (re)certification. (3 cr.)
For specific course information, please contact the instructors directly:
- Ms. Nives Dal Bò-Wheeler (email@example.com)
- Prof. Eugene Del Vecchio (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Prof. Nancy Erickson (email@example.com)
- Prof. Kathleen March (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Prof. Mouhamedoul Niang (email@example.com)
For graduate program information, contact Prof. Raymond Pelletier, Graduate Coordinator, Department of Modern Languages and Classics
(tel: 207-581-4227; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
For registration information, please contact Ms. Dianne Knight in the Graduate School (tel: 207-581-3219; email: email@example.com).
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree, have successfully completed 24 credit hours (or equivalent) in French or Spanish and submit GRE scores. Application forms are available from the Graduate School at 207-581-3219 or online.
The Advisory Council
- Nancy Erickson, Ph.D., University of Southern Maine
- Charlotte Daniels, Ph.D., Bowdoin College
- Teresa Brzustowicz, M.A.T., Foxcroft Academy
- Adrianna Paliyenko, Ph.D, Colby College
- Raymond Pelletier, Ph.D, University of Maine, Program Coordinator
- Anne Pooler, Ed.D., University of Maine
- Kirk Read, Ph.D., Bates College
- Jane Smith, Ph.D., University of Maine