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English Education Graduate Courses

Dept Prefix CRS#  Title                                                 Credit Hours


LAE 5862 Classroom Communication in English Education (3)

This course will identify characteristics of the classroom communication environment and offer insights, information, and instructional strategies designed to help you become effective classroom communication managers. Particular emphasis will be made concerning the role of media and non-print texts in students’ lives.

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LAE 5932 Selected Topics in the Teaching of English (3)
PR: Certification in English and/or Mass Communications and approval of graduate advisor. Investigation of topics which are of special interest to the student and are related to the teaching of English in the secondary school. Topics will be selected by the student in accordance with his particular goals and will be approved by the student's graduate advisor.

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LAE 6637  Current Trends in English Education (3)

A study of the current trends and issues in Teaching and Learning in the English classroom
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LAE 6336 New Perspectives on the Teaching of Young Adults Literature in the Middle and Secondary Schools (3)
The primary purpose of this course is to improve the quality of language arts instruction at the middle and secondary levels. To achieve this basic purpose, we will focus chiefly on adolescents' perception of and responses to literature and the implications for organization and presentation of literature curricula.
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LAE 6325 Methods of Teaching Middle School Language Arts (3)
Balanced literacy methods for integrating reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and critical thinking activities into a literature-based program for middle school students. Note: This course has a field component of 36 hours.
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LAE 6339 Methods of Teaching Secondary English Language Arts (3)

Balanced literacy methods for integrating reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and critical thinking activities into a literature-based program for secondary school students. Note: This course has a field component of 36 hours.
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LAE 6947 Internship (6)


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