348452019 - Teaching College-level English in Secondary School
- Program Title
- Teaching College-level English in Secondary School
- Degree Designation
- Program Level
- Instruction Mode
- On Campus
- Program Description
- Provides certification for in-service teachers who need 18 credits in order to teach college-level courses in the high schools according to accreditation requirements.
- College of Liberal Arts
Up to 6 graduate credits may transfer into this program.
See program website for additional information.
- Understand and apply educational principles relevant to the physical, social, emotional, moral, and cognitive development of preadolescents and adolescents
- The ability to identify instructional practices, approaches, and methods and match materials, print and digital, to the cognitive levels of all readers, guided by an evidence-based rationale, which support the developmental, cultural, and linguistic differences of readers;
- The ability to use a wide range of instructional practices, approaches, methods, and curriculum materials to support reading instruction including:
- Think critically, draw inferences or conclusions from facts, analyze author's purpose and point of view, evaluate author's argument and evidence, and synthesize information from more than one text;
- Philosophy and theories of communication arts and literature instruction;
- Technological resources including software, databases, and networks that can be used to gather, synthesize, create, and communicate knowledge;
- Language for independent learning and enjoyment;
- Know how to involve representatives of business, industry, and community organizations as active partners in creating educational opportunities;
- Relationships among the elements of the communication process across various types of print and nonprint media;
- Knowledge, skills, and ability to teach literature including: ?3.B.8.a : - a repertoire of literary texts, including fiction and nonfiction, classic and contemporary works, and works written for preadolescents and adolescents by a diversity of authors;
- Strategies for selecting and using texts and materials which recognize and accept a broad range of common and diverse perspectives;
- The social, intellectual, and political importance and impact of communication