Our courses and our Student Learning Outcomes

What should you be able TO DO upon completion of your course? 

Program Description

The purpose of this program is for students to learn a foreign language as a first or second language so they can communicate successfully in order to understand and appreciate the the Spanish speaking/French/Italian/American Sign Language cultures.

 

Program Level Student Learning Outcomes

for French, Italian, Spanish, and American Sign Language.

            Upon completion of the program, students should be able to:

1.  Communicate orally and in writing in Spanish/French/Italian/American Sign Language in real life situations.

2. Read and comprehend Spanish/French/Italian/American Sign Language at levels commensurate with those of students seeking a degree in Spanish/French/Italian/American Sign Language.

3. Understand the Hispanic/French/Italian/American Sign Language culture(s), through the study of their history, literature, arts, contributions of prominent figures, and foreign travel.

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Modern Languages SLO Assessment Reports:

2009-2010

2010-2011

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SLO ASL Matrix

SLO FRENCH Matrix

SLO ITALIAN Matrix

SLO SPANISH Matrix

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Writing & Presentational Rubrics for SLO Assessments: Spanish, Italian, French

Writing

Presentational

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SLOs for Spanish 120, French 120, and Italian 120.

  • Engage in basic, two-way oral exchanges
  • Read, comprehend, and write basic Spanish/French/Italian
  • Begin to recognize the various Hispanic/French/Italian Culture(s)

SLOs for Spanish 121, French 121, and Italian 121.

  • Engage in more complex oral exchanges
  • Read, comprehend, and write more complex Spanish/French/Italian
  • Recognize and distinguish the various Hispanic/French/Italian Culture(s)

SLOs for Spanish 240

  • Interact in original and somewhat complex oral and written situations
  • Read, comprehend, and write somewhat complex Spanish
  • Distinguish and understand the various Hispanic Cultures

SLOs for Spanish 241

  • Interact in original and complex oral and written situations
  • Read and comprehend literary Spanish
  • Distinguish and understand the various Hispanic Cultures

SLOs for ASL 120

  • Recognize and produce basic ASL vocabulary dealing with real life situations
  • Engage in basic, one-on-one dialogues in ASL using receptive/expressive skills
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of American Deaf history, and Deaf culture and community

SLOs for ASL 121

  • Remember, recognize and produce intermediate-level ASL vocabulary dealing with real life situations
  • Engage in intermediate-level one-on-one dialogues in ASL using receptive/expressive skills
  • Demonstrate substantial knowledge of American Deaf history, and Deaf culture and community

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