395 PROBLEMS IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jrsr

395 problems in the teaching of english 3 c or better

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395 PROBLEMS IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH 3 C or better in ENG 100 and jr/sr standing or cons dept chair req or experience in teaching (student teaching acceptable). May repeat if topic differs Theory and practice in the teaching of language, litera- ture, and composition at the secondary and community college levels. 396 THE WRITING SEMINAR 3 F,S ENG 246 or grad standing or cons dept chair req. Jr/sr standing. Concentration upon a major writing project and the formula- tion of an individual Writing Portfolio. 398 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP IN ENGLISH 1-6 F,S Cons inst and dept chair req. May repeat; max 6 hrs toward maj/min; max 16 hrs toward graduation. Supervised field experience in English with local, state, national, and international businesses, agencies, institutions (including colleges and universities), and organizations. FOREIGN LANGUAGES (FOR) 430 114 Stevenson Hall, (309) 438-3604 Web address: Email address: [email protected] Chairperson: Kimberly Nance. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty: Distinguished Professors : Bohn, Urey. Professors : Alstrum, Reid, Thomas, Trouille, VanderLaan, Weeks. Associate Professors : Mir, Nance, Pancrazio, Pao, Segelcke. Assistant Professors: Burningham, Druker, Heggie, Huempfner, Palmer. General Department Information HONORS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES The Department invites highly qualified majors (or double majors) to distinguish themselves by earning honors in French, German, or Spanish. To be admitted to the pro- gram a student must: (1) have completed 60 hours of uni- versity-level work; (2) be a declared major or double major in Foreign Languages; and (3) have a minimum overall GPA of 3.30 with a GPA of 3.60 in the chosen language. In order to graduate with departmental honors a student must:(1) complete the general requirements for the major; (2) maintain an overall GPA of 3.30 and a GPA of 3.60 in the major language; (3) complete 9 hours of in-course honors work at the 300-level in the major; (4) complete an honors thesis while enrolled as a senior in either FOR 299, Indepen- dent Honors Study, or FOR 395, Senior Seminar; (5) fulfill the general requirements for participation in the University Honors Program. Students interested in participating may obtain additional information from the Director of the Honors Program in Foreign Languages. The Department also offers in-course honors work for students enrolled in the University Honors Program at the discretion of the instructor. ASSOCIATED MINORS The Department of Foreign Languages participates in the minors in Cognitive Science, Ethnic and Cultural Studies, International Studies, and Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino/a Studies. For further information, please consult the Department advisor as well as the section entitled "Univer- sity-Wide Curriculum” in this Undergraduate Catalog .
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  • Fall '15
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