SED 101 Exceptional Learner 3 hours ENG 170 Foundations in Literature for

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SED 101 Exceptional Learner 3 hours ENG 170 Foundations in Literature for Children 3 hours MAT 201 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School 3 hours KNR 222 PE for the Elementary Classroom Teacher 2 hours EAF 228 Social Foundations or 3 hours 231 Introduction of Philosophy of Education or 235 Historical Foundations ART 204 Arts for Elementary Schools:Visual Art or 3 hours MUS 277 Arts for Elementary Schools: Music or THE 281 Arts for Elementary Schools: Theatre or THE 283 Arts for Elementary Schools: Dance PSY 302 Developmental Psychology of Adolescence 3 hours C&I Major Courses: 23 semester hours. C&I 104 Introduction to Education 2 hours C&I 208 Literacy I: Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary/Middle Schools 3 hours C&I 209 Literacy II: Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary/Middle Schools 3 hours C&I 210 Child Growth and Development 3 hours C&I 211 Seminar in Education 3 hours C&I 233.01 Education and the Early Adolescent 3 hours C&I 257 Teaching Science in the Elementary Schools 3 hours C&I 258 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary Schools 3 hours Curriculum and Instruction 266
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C O E 267 Professional Education--Student Teaching: 12 semester hours. STT 399.50 Student Teaching 12 hours (entire semester experience) In the semester before Student Teaching, students will enroll in a 15 hour semester consisting of C&I 211, 233.01, 257, 258, and EAF 228 or 231 or 235. Generally, students are limited to this 15 hour schedule because either (a) they are required to complete 3 weeks of full-time Clinical Expe- riences in elementary schools or (b) this semester is taken at an off-campus Professional Development School. A teacher education candidate for initial certification must earn a grade of C or better in student teaching in order for the Dean of the College of Education to recommend that the Evaluations Office send to the candidate the proper docu- mentation to apply for the appropriate Illinois Teaching Cer- tificate to be issued by the Illinois State Board of Education. Bilingual/Bicultural Education Sequence: An Elementary Education major who completes the requirements for a B.S. or B.S. in Education degree and who completes the proposed required courses listed may be certi- fied as an elementary school teacher with bilingual/bicultural approval. In addition to the courses required for the Elemen- tary Education major, other required courses include: Required courses: C&I 319, 320, 321, 322; ENG 243. 2 courses selected from ENG 290, 341, 343, 344, 345. 3 courses selected from FOR 213.15, *244.15, *305.15, 336.15. 1 course selected from HIS 104.03, 111, 263, 273, 322. 1 course selected from ANT 175, 277; SOC 111, 260, 264. Bilingual Education student teaching must be in a bilingual setting. *These courses can be taken during summer programs sponsored by the Foreign Language Department in Spanish- speaking countries or on campus.
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