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School of Education and Psychology Graduate Bulletin 2008-2010

Supporting Courses: Other Departments

ENGL 384 ADVANCED ENGLISH GRAMMARS
Study of the traditional, structural, and transformational grammars; taught especially for prospective teachers and writers. Prerequisites: ENGL 121, 122, 223; or HONR 141, 142, 243.
ENGL 395 METHODS OF TEACHING HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH 3
A study of objectives for and methods of teaching language, composition, literature, drama and media in grades seven through twelve. Students prepare and present lessons, evaluate student work, and create units of study.
HIST 395 METHODS OF TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES 3
Methods and techniques of teaching social studies on the secondary school level; requires observation, demonstration and class presentation. Will not apply toward a major or minor in history. Offered odd years only.
LANG 395 METHODS OF TEACHING MODERN LANGUAGES 3
Study of principles and methods of teaching modern languages in the secondary school. Observation, demonstration, and class presentation are required. Will not apply on a major or minor in modern languages.
PETH 395 TEACHING SECONDARY HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
Study of the methods and techniques of teaching physical education in the secondary school, includes individual as well as group activities; students are required to observe and demonstrate in class. Offered even years only.
MUED 395 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALS 4
A comprehensive study of objectives, procedures, and materials in music education for kindergarten through grade eight. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Corequisite: EDCI 590
PETH 395 TEACHING SECONDARY HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
Study of the methods and techniques of teaching physical education in the secondary school, includes individual as well as group activities; students are required to observe and demonstrate in class. Offered even years only.
PETH 473 TEACHING ELEMENTARY HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
Introduction to the planning of the curriculum in the elementary school and the organization of a balanced health and physical education program. Requires participation in the elementary school physical education program.
RELP 395 METHODS OF TEACHING BIBLE IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL 3
Examination of current religion teaching practices in the secondary school with emphasis on objectives, content, organization, and materials and resources available; requires observation in the schools along with microteaching, giving opportunity to demonstrate competency. Prerequisite: EDCI 590, Offered odd years and alternate summers.
TECH 428 TEACHING TECHNOLOGY TO CHILDREN 3
Study of technology, as applied to the elementary grades, covering the broad areas of manufacturing, transportation, construction, and communication. Emphasis on methods of application, materials and processes. Offered summer only.
WRIT 589 WRITING THEORY 3
A study of composition theory and the writing process. Requires reflection on writing practice and the teaching of writing, reading current research, and critiquing contemporary theory.

Other Courses

Additional courses are available, with advisement, and where appropriate to the specialization chosen, from other departments on campus. See the undergraduate bulletin for course descriptions and prerequisites.

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