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English Courses Required for Teacher Licensure, Grades 7-12

Baldwin Wallace COLLEGE

Berea, Ohio 44017

 

INTEGRATED LANGUAGE ARTS-ADOLESCENT YOUNG ADULT EDUCATION

GRADES 7-12

 

Baldwin Wallace College Requirements: 52 semester hours

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REQUIRED COURSES FOR ENGLISH MAJOR (5 CATEGORIES)

 3.00 GPA IN ENGLISH REQUIRED

 (* = Prerequisite Required) (+ = test placement or prerequisite)

I. Introduction to literary analysis and interpretation- Three credits

ENG

125F

Introduction to Literature

3 credits


II.
Historical Surveys- Twelve credits (all of the following)

ENG

241IF

Survey of British Literature I

3 credits

ENG

242IF

Survey of British Literature II

3 credits

ENG

250FD

Survey of American Literature

3 credits

ENG

280IF

Survey of World Literature

3 credits


III.
Language- Three credits

ENG

210

Introduction to the Study of Language

3 credits


IV.
Writing- Six credits

ENG

131

Workshop in Exposition and Argument

3 credits+


Required
of all majors except those who have been exempted from the core curriculum writing requirement. English majors who have been exempted from ENG 131 must take ENG 305 plus another writing class from those listed below to satisfy the writing course requirement for the major.  Exemptions from ENG 131 are granted only by means of the English Dept. challenge exam, which as a rule is given only to incoming freshmen.


Choose
one additional course from the following (3 credits)

ENG

232

Workshop in Journalism

3 credits*

ENG

233F

Workshop in Creative Writing

3 credits*

ENG

305^

Advanced Expository and Argumentative Writing

3 credits*

ENG

308^

Special Topics in Writing

3 credits*




V.
Advanced studies in English- Eighteen-Nineteen credits (six of the following)

ENG

305^

Advanced Expository and Argumentative Writing

3 credits*

ENG

307

Advanced Creative Writing

3 credits*

ENG

308^

Special Topics in Writing

3 credits*

ENG

316(I,D)

Studies in Literary History

3 credits*

ENG

328(I,D)

Studies in Major Authors

3 credits*

ENG

335I

Studies in World Literature

3 credits*

ENG

336(I,D)

Studies in Genres, Themes, or Modes

3 credits*

ENG

463(I,D)

Seminar

1-4 credits*


ENG
308, 316(I,D), 328(I,D), 335I, 336(I,D), and 463(I,D) are not individual courses; they are inclusive categories of courses. For example, there is no course called ENG 328 Major Authors. Rather, there is ENG 328I Chaucer, ENG 328I Shakespeare, etc.


Also,
students are not required to take a course in each 300-level category. Any combination of courses with the numbers 305, 308, 316(I,D), 328(I,D), 335I, 336(I,D), 463(I,D) satisfies the "Advanced Studies" requirement.


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If ENG-305 or ENG-308 was used to fulfill the Writing requirement, it may not be used to fulfill the Advanced Studies requirement as well.

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INTEGRATED LANGUAGE ARTS COURSES (3 Categories):

 

I. CAS 102      3 Credit Hours    Interpersonal Communication

   CAS 112      3 Credit Hours    Presentational Speaking

  

II. EDU 341     2 Credit Hours    Adolescent Young Adult Literature (Masters in Reading take EDU 546 instead)

 

III. ENG 351    2 Credit Hours    Research Methodologies for Teachers of Integrated Language Arts (AYA)

MUST take concurrently with EDU 351, Special Methods, English: Fall Only^

(Prerequisites: EDU 340 and EDU 348)

 

^It is recommended that students take PRAXIS II concurrently with or after completion of ENG 351 and EDU 351. ENG 351 and EDU 351 are offered only in the Fall.

 

Prescribed courses as listed for this license represent BWModel Programfor license. Substitutions in the model program may be approved only by the Chairman, Division of Education, Baldwin Wallace College.

 

 

 

TOTAL HOURS: 52 semester hours                                                                            1998 Standards: Revised 8/11

 

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