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English Adolescence Education Courses

Students enrolled in the Adolescence Education - English undergraduate program or the Adolescence Education - English Multi-Award Bachelor and Master of Arts program take a variety of literature content, education, and pedagogy classes. Below is the list of English Education classes offered in Fall 2022.  Please see the University Catalog for a complete list of courses offered by our department. 

ENED 101 Intro to English Education

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege 


Section 01
T 8:00-9:20
Section 02
T 12:30-1:50 Section 03
R 8:00-9:20
Section 04
R 12:30-1:50

English Adolescence Education majors are introduced to teaching in this foundational course, which combines 25 hours of classroom observation with reading, writing, and discussion about the principles and practices of English Adolescence Education. The course provides an introduction to current pedagogical theory and practices.
 

ENED 201 Engaged Teaching

 

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege


T 5:00-7:20 

English Adolescence Education majors extend their study of theories and techniques of engaged pedagogy through reading, writing, and discussion. Progressive pedagogies, new literacies, differentiated learning, and anchor standards are among the topics considered.
 

ENED 250 Literacy and Technology

Prof. KimMarie Cole


MWF 9:00-9:50

In Literacy and Technology we read about and practice best ways to use technology in the high school classroom. We look at student access and learning as well as tools to support teachers. The course is also a FF Oral Communication course, so you will have the opportunity to practice teaching lessons to your peers

ENED 301 Reflective Teaching

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege


Section 01
TR 8:00-9:20
Section 02   
TR 12:30-1:50

Students participate in 25 hours of classroom observation in the secondary schools and then draw on the observations, readings, and program course work in exploring advanced issues in pedagogical theory and practices.
 

ENED 352 Teaching Writing in the Primary Grades

Prof. Jeremy Daly-Griffen


M 4:30-6:50

Examines the writing process as it applies to primary-grade students and offers developmentally-appropriate approaches for teaching drafting, revising, and editing.
 

ENED 354 Literature for Intermediate Grades

Prof. Marie Davis


T 4:30-6:50

The course presents a study of a range of texts written for, by and about children in the 8-12 year old range. Students will learn about the cognitive, social and psychological development typical of this time in children's lives and will consider these changes in relation to children's home, school and community experiences. Students will discuss and prepare to teach these texts in an inclusive manner to a wide range of students through the use of a number of "best practices" for literature instruction.
 

ENED 356 Teaching Writing in Secondary School

Prof. Scott Johnston


TR  12:30-1:50

Study of, and practice in, strategies for teaching the process of writing: pre-writing, drafting, revision, editing, and publication. Approaches to whole-language instruction in writing and to evaluating writing in the secondary school will also be examined.

ENED 357 Lit/Lang/Lrng Thry:Adol/CH/EC

Prof. Scott Johnston


 MW 5:00-6:20

 

Study of philosophical, sociological, and psychological theories of language, linguistics, and learning theories used to explore the nature of the reading process, how people learn to read, how people make meaning from print and other media, and how teachers might help students become more capable readers.

ENED 452 Inquiries in Student Teaching

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege


W 5:00-7:20

The course serves as a complement to student teaching experiences in English Adolescence Education and examines professional issues that arise in classrooms with emphasis on learner-initiated and shaped professional development.
 

ENED 454 Student Teaching ENED HS

Prof. Heather McEntarfer

Section 01
TBD

Student Teaching in the Secondary School – English High School: A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in high school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences.
 

ENED 454 Student Teaching ENED HS

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege

Section 02

TBD

Student Teaching in the Secondary School – English High School: A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in high school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences.
 

ENED 455 Student Teaching ENED MS

Prof. Heather McEntarfer

Section 01

TBD

Student Teaching in the Secondary School - English Middle School: A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in middle school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences.
 

ENED 455 Student Teaching ENED MS

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege

Section 02

TBD

Student Teaching in the Secondary School - English Middle School: A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in middle school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences.
 

ENED 530 Topics in Teaching Language

Prof. KimMarie Cole

TR 9:30-10:50

Students will brush up their own grammar skills as we also engage with debates about the usefulness of teaching language forms and functions to student readers and writers. You will leave the course knowing how to build an effective grammar lesson in context.

ENED 697 Student Teaching ENED HS

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege

Section 02

TBD

A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in high school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences
 

ENED 697 Student Teaching ENED HS

Prof. Heather McEntarfer

Section 03

TBD

A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in high school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences
 

ENED 698 Student Teaching ENED MS

Prof. Ann Siegle-Drege

Section 02

TBD

A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in high school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences
 

ENED 698 Student Teaching ENED MS

Prof. Heather McEntarfer 

Section 03 

TBD

A field assignment to teach in secondary education. Assignments provided by subject area in high school; arrangements made by Office of Field Experiences
 

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