Methods for Teaching Foreign Language Online Course
The Methods for Teaching Foreign Language course is offered fully online every fall, spring, and summer semester. Registration for this course usually opens when WSU registration periods start. To view WSU registration periods, semester dates, and other pertinent information, go here.
The Methods for Teaching Foreign Language course is offered as an undergraduate course (FL 4500) and as a graduate course (FL 6500). Registration for the courses is processed through Continuing Education and you can register here. You can also review a Sample Syllabus to get a better idea of the course structure.
Tuition and fees for the Methods Online Course are:
- FL 4500 (4 credits: Undergraduate) $1,164
- FL 6500 (4 credits: Graduate) $1,244
You will have access to your course the first day the class begins each semester. You will not be able to access your course before then. To access your course after you have registered and paid your fees, you must do the following:
- Create a Wildcat account.
- Log into your course by going to the eWeber student portal. To login, go to the WSU homepage and click on the icon located in the top right corner. You will use your Wildcat username and password to log in.
- Select "WSU Online — Canvas Courses," then the name of your course (either FL 4500 or FL 6500). This will take you to either your course materials or to the Canvas login page. At the Canvas login page, choose WSU Online as the institution, then log in using your Wildcat username and password.
There is one required textbook for this course. You should order it so that you have it when the course begins.
- Teacher's Handbook, 5th edition by Judith L. Shrum and Eileen W. Glisan. 2016. Cengage Learning. ISBN: 978-1-305-10970-4. It is available through our online bookstore or you may choose to purchase it elsewhere. Print or electronic formats are also available for purchase or rental.
For technical assistance with your course please contact: 1-800-848-6499 or 801-626-6499.
For questions other than scheduling, please contact Dr. Teresa Bell at Teresa_Bell@byu.edu (for summer semester).
For questions other than scheduling, please contact Dr. June Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org (for fall and spring semester).