|Course Title||BILITERACY FOUND TCHG&LRN|
|Full Title||Biliteracy Foundations for Teaching and Learning in Diverse Communities|
|Description||Oral, written, and communicative competencies in Spanish through practical experiences and study of sociopolitical and sociocultural contexts impacting bilingual learners in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Maximum credit six units.|
|Prerequisite||Upper division standing.|
|Statement||Dual Language and English Learner Education 416 and 416L formerly numbered Dual Language and English Learner Education 415.|
Reserved for students pursuing the bilingual multiple and single subject credential.
Plus weekly field experience at a dual language school (CVLCC, Nestor Academy or Sherman Elem), time/day varies.
Plus two additional hours to be arranged.