Below are examples of the exciting work completed by students in the Master of Education in World Language Instruction program at Concordia College. We have student projects in many different languages and will be adding regularly to this list.
AMLA 612: Accessing Cultural Products, Practices, and Perspectives via Technology
Students in AMLA 612 have a class wiki discussing various aspects of culture. Students have added their own wiki pages on this blog featuring class projects in:
- The Variety of Clothing in the Middle East
- Dimensiones de la Cultura Hispana: Las comidas
- Jergas en Español
- Sports in China and the US
- Mi vida, mi mundo Activity
- كيفية أكل الطعام عند العرب
For more project samples, please visit our class wiki site. These wikis feature great ideas and ready-to-use class activities.
AMLA 610: Technology for Effective Language Instruction
Students created web pages and learning activities for their students. They have created podcasts, wikis, and all kinds of interesting and interactive assignments using a variety of forms of technology.
AMLA 610 and AMLA 612 are two on-line courses taught as part of a collaborative graduate program between Concordia College and the Concordia Language Villages.