2011-2013 Undergraduate Catalog

The Department of Educational Theory and Practice, cont'd

Bachelor of Science in Education
Secondary Education/Reading Double Major
5-12 and K-12 Reading Endorsement

This program leads to initial licensure in teaching (5-12) per chosen content field and the K-12 Reading Endorsement.  This double major requires completion of courses required the Content Subject Matter major, specified courses in Secondary Education along with courses in Reading indicated for completion of the double major.  The Reading Major provides a route to Highly Qualified Teacher status.

Courses Credits
General Education Requirements
General Education requirements are in place effective with this catalog.  Appropriate general education programs as per catalogs predating General Education will be accepted.
31
Professional Education Core - Elementary
EDSP 204 Introduction to Teaching Exceptional Learners 3
*EDU 105 Education and Democracy 3
EDU 220 Human Growth and Development 3
EDU 221 Educational Psychology and Measurement 3
EDU 333 Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum 3
EDU 380 Introduction to Curriculum Planning/Practice 2
EDU 406 Philosophical, Legal and Ethical Issues in Education 3
EDU 495A Student Teaching:  K-12
OR EDU 495C Student Teaching:  5-12
9
HTH 101 Opportunities in the Health Professions 3
Content Methods Course 2-3
Total 34-35
Content Subject Matter Teaching Major 8
Reading Major Requirements
EDEC 310 Child in the Family 3
EDU 330 Emergent Literacy 3
EDU 336 Cognitive and Language Development in Young Children 3
EDU 413 Developing Student Writing 3
EDU 430 Teaching Reading K-3 3
EDU 432 Literature and Literacy for Young Adults 3
EDU 433 Reflective Practices in Teaching Reading 4
EDU 435 Theories in Reading 3
EDU 438 Literacy Assessment, Diagnosis and Instruction 3
EDU 496 Clinic 3
EDU 498 Internship 3
Total 34
Note:  The clinical experience provided in the Reading Major, along with the internship, constitute the student teaching component of the major.
Restricted electives selected with advisor approval 6
Restricted Electives
Select any two of the following courses in consultation with an advisor.
EDU 434 Reading Round Table 3
EDU 436 Storytelling 3
Total 6
Total credits for Double Major 146-152

*May satisfy General Education requirements.

Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for prerequisites.

Suggested Plan of Study

Bachelor of Science in Education
Secondary Education/ Reading Double Major
This sample schedule is a suggested plan for students to follow in completing the double major of Secondary Education and Reading.  Due to course changes and staff assignments, students may not be able to follow the plan exactly.  Students should consult with their faculty advisors to plan classes before registering each semester.

First Year F S
WRIT 101 3  
EDU 200 3  
COMX 115 or 111 3  
NASX 105 or 205 3  
Approved Math  3 3
Approved Science w/Lab    4
EDU 220   3
Approved Gen Ed 4 9
Totals 19 19
Second Year F S
Approved Science 3  
EDU 221 3  
EDSP 204 3  
HTH 101 3  
HSTA 101 or 102 3  
Approved General Education / Content Courses 3 12
EDU 336   3
EDU 333   3
Totals 18 19
Apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program during second year Fall semester.  Start Teacher Education Program course in second year Spring semester.
Third Year F S
Content Subject Matter 9 6
EDU 433   4
EDU 330   3
EDU 413 3  
EDU 430 3  
EDEC 310   3
Reading Elective 3  
Content Area Methods Course  3-4  
Totals 18 18
Fourth Year F S
EDU 380 2  
EDU 406   3
EDU 435 3  
EDU 438/496 6  
EDU 432 3  
EDU 498   3
Reading Elective 3  
EDU 495C   9
Totals 17 15

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