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Effective Status:

Active

Effective Term:

New: 1073 - Spring 2007

Old: 1063 - Spring 2006

Course:

IS 3011

Institution:

UMNMO - Morris

Career:

UGRD

College:

MCAA - Academic Affairs

Department:

227 - UMM-Academic Services

 

General

 

Course Title Short:

CE: ELTAP for Majors

Course Title Long:

CE: English Language Teaching Assistant Program for Majors

Max-Min Credits

for Course:

New: 13.0 to 6.0 credit(s)

Old: 12.0 to 12.0 credit(s)

Catalog

Description:

Students assist teachers of English in countries where English is not the primary language. Cultural and school experiences are linked to a major area of study. Students are encouraged to consult with their adviser regarding how this course might fit within their major. Assignments require students to demonstrate how the ELTAP experience connects to the content major.

Additional Course

Information

(for catalog

production):

New: <no text provided>

Old: no cr for students who have received cr for IS 2011

Grading Basis:

S-N only

Honors Course:

No

Delivery Mode(s):

Independent Study

Years most

frequently offered:

Every academic year

Term(s) most

frequently offered:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Component 1:

IEX (no final exam)

Auto-Enroll

Course:

No

Graded

Component:

IEX

Academic

Progress Units:

New: Not allowed to bypass limits.

6.0 credit(s)

Old: Not allowed to bypass limits.

12.0 credit(s)

Financial Aid

Progress Units:

New: Not allowed to bypass limits.

6.0 credit(s)

Old: Not allowed to bypass limits.

12.0 credit(s)

Repetition of

Course:

New:  Repetition not allowed.

Old:  Repetition not allowed.

Course

Prerequisites

for Catalog:

New: jr status, #

Old: junior status, #

Course

Equivalency:

01179 - IS 2011/IS 3011

Consent

Requirement:

New:  Continuing education

Old:  Instructor

Enforced

Prerequisites:

(course-based or

non-course-based)

No prerequisites

Editor Comments:

New: Edited for PSoft 10.18.06 jlm. Edited for catalog 10.23.06 NEH.

 

Jeri edited for PSoft. Edited for catalog 11.07.05 NEH.

Old: Jeri edited for PSoft. Edited for catalog 11.07.05 NEH.

Proposal Changes:

<no text provided>

History Information:

Sent back to CE 10-6-05.

 

The CC would like its description to differentiate itself from IS 2011.

Assessment

and Goals:

ASSESSMENT:  ELTAP assistants are evaluated on the quality of their service to the host school, their assistance to students and teachers, and the quality of papers submitted in response to program requirements. Granting of credit and a grade on an S-N scale is based on review of student work and results of observations by host school faculty and interaction with and/or observation by ELTAP faculty.

 

GOAL:  To offer upper division undergraduate students the opportunity to link an ELTAP study abroad experience with their degree program and/or chosen discipline major.

Rationale for

Changes or

Exceptions:

ELTAP HAS SERVED OVER 300 LOWER AND UPPER DIVISION STUDENTS SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 1992. AS A LOWER DIVISION COURSE, FOR STUDENTS IN THEIR FIRST YEARS OF COLLEGE, THIS EXPERIENCE HAS OFTEN HAD A SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE ON THEIR COLLEGIATE GOALS AND CHOICE OF MAJOR OR AREA OF CONCENTRATION FOR GRADUATION.  

 

UPPER DIVISION ELTAP STUDENTS, WHO ARE WELL INTO THEIR DEGREE PROGRAM, HAVE NOT HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONNECT THIS INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH THEIR CHOSEN MAJOR OR AREAS OF CONCENTRATION.  THIS PROPOSAL IS DESIGNED TO OFFER UPPER DIVISION STUDENTS A MEANS OF INTEGRATING AN ELTAP EXPERIENCE INTO THEIR MAJORS OR AREAS OF CONCENTRATION BY FULFILLING UPPER DIVISION ELECTIVE REQUIREMENTS.

 

General Education

 

Faculty

Sponsor Name:

Judy Kuechle/Craig Kissock

Requirement

this course fulfills:

IP - IP International Perspectives

 

Provisional

Approval:

New:  Requested on Oct 18, 2006

Old: Not requested

Regular

Approval:

New: Not requested

Old:  Received on Dec 5, 2005

 

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