While focusing on larger self-generated projects, students may choose to work in any of the following genres: Students will develop an awareness of legal and ethical issues surrounding the use of information and research.
Computer lab used to develop writing skills. A minor in reading prepares students to teach reading and writing at the early childhood level. Practice in extemporaneous speaking. Portions of certain programs may need to be completed in an Online classroom at Online rates.
Intensive work in writing paragraphs and short essays to remedy basic errors in grammar, usage, and syntax. Students also study the nature of academic argument and oral presentation. This course examines the similarities and differences in how literary works and film narratives construct meaning.
Tests are studied within the historical and cultural contexts in which they were written. This course will help students understand how organizations create and maintain training modules, with a focus on content management and standardization and application literacy.
The candidate structures the classroom and curriculum to meet the learning needs of diverse learners. ART Elementary Arts: Focusing on ways that rhetoric works within their own disciplines, they will complete projects that will initiate them into writing for their own professions.
The candidate realizes the impact of a positive classroom environment in fostering a climate of teaching and learning. The knowledge Kskills Sand dispositions D reflecting the expected proficiencies at the initial and advanced levels are shown below: See special descriptions in schedule.
To prepare the student for graduate study in reading. The focus of the course will vary semester-by-semester, ranging from the satirical works of Horace and Juvenal to the more contemporary modes of essay writing in the 21st century.
Students will focus on the elements of winning grant proposals and making persuasive cases for support. Completion of Portfolio I: Arts and Sciences faculty hold graduate degrees and have completed substantial graduate level study appropriate to the academic field in which they are teaching.
The candidate believes that a positive constructivist learning community plays a critical role in student active engagement, freedom to think divergently, attitude toward learning, and participation in learning activities. As a descriptive study, students will focus on other nonstandard forms of English and how language functions in society.
Courses related to each major are described below. Field experiences or labs are required in all education courses and are of three types as described below: This course is geared for the development of a professional portfolio.
This first semester focuses on improving grammar, style, and written expression in personal narratives, along with increasing reading comprehension. Students will study why race and gender remain paramount issues in American culture, a culture that has historically defined itself, at least theoretically as moored in the ideals of equality.
Subject matter will vary from year to year.Course List by Subject Print-Friendly Page • EDU - Educational Principles in a Pluralistic Society • EDU - Teaching Writing • EDU - Introductory • GLS - Theoretical Approaches to Children's and Young Adult Literature • GLS ENG-L Native American Literature 3 ENG-L Studies in British & American Authors 3 Fine Arts ( GPA) 6 credits EDUC-E Elementary Education for a Pluralistic Society (P: English Comp.) (D) 3 SPH-K Movement Exp.
For Pre & Elem School Children 2 Admission to the Teacher Education Program (TEP). Bachelor - English. ENG Literature in Society ENG Survey of Literary Masterpieces ENG Mythology in Literature and Life ENG Children's Literature in a Pluralistic Society Required upper division English courses.
ENG American Ethnic Literature. This course examines the social function of children's literature from oral origins to modern anthologies, exploring messages in nursery rhymes, fairy tales, and early childhood fiction.
School of Education Elementary Program Elementary Education K-6 w/Minor Choice (REPA) ENG-LChildren’s Literature E only for RM. Humanities & Fine Arts (12 hrs) Teaching in a Pluralistic Society EDUC-K 05, Teaching Exceptional Children.
children's literature in a pluralistic society (eng/) children's literature in a pluralistic society (eng/) CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (EDU/) CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (EDU/) COLLEGE MATHEMATICS Industry: Education Management.Download