Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Advisor Name:_______________________ Catalog: Academic Catalog 2021-2022 Program: Secondary Education (English) Major

Secondary Education (English) Major

The Secondary Education English program at Flagler College, which is a critical teacher shortage area in the state of Florida, is designed to prepare excellent middle and high school teachers of English language arts. Coursework encompasses the full English major as well as Education methods courses that will address evidence-based practices that will prepare students to effectively teach reading, writing, speaking, and listening, the four fundamental language processes. In addition to robust coursework, the program will include field experiences in public school settings where there will be opportunities to apply the knowledge and skills that have been learned. The capstone for the program is the student teaching internship, which occurs during the final semester. Upon successful completion of the program, teacher candidates will have fulfilled the requirements for Florida Teacher Certification in English (Grades 6-12) with English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) endorsement.

The English major, with a literature track, can be achieved within this degree. Students must declare their intent to pursue this additional major to the Center for Advising & Core Experience (CACE) in order for it to be reflected on transcripts.

Program Coordinator: Dr. Carl Williams

Required General Education Courses (48 Hours)

Students entering with an Associate of Arts (AA) degree are exempt from the general education requirements, with the exception of specified courses for their major.

Mathematics

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
MAT 142 - College Geometry

Prerequisite(s): MAT 113 or MAT 135 or placement.

Credits: 3

and

MAT 223 - Statistics

Prerequisite(s): MAT 113 or placement.

Credits: 3

and

  • MAT 135 or higher Credits: 3
  • English Composition

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 152WI - Topics in College Writing

    Prerequisite(s): ENG 142 or placement.

    Credits: 3

    or

    ENG 172WI - Topics in College Writing: Honors

    Prerequisite(s): Placement or consent of instructor.

    Credits: 3

    and

    ENG 202WI - Introduction to Literature

    Prerequisite(s): ENG 152WI or ENG 172WI.

    Credits: 3

    Speech Communication

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    COM 101 - Speech Communication Credits: 3

    First Year Seminar

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    FYS 142WI - The First Year Seminar on Liberal Education and Citizenship Credits: 3

    or

    FYS 152WI - The First Year Seminar on Liberal Education and Citizenship Credits: 3

    or

    HON 100 - Honors Freshman Seminar

    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance to the Honors Program

    Credits: 3

    Foundations of Knowledge

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    HIS 205WI - United States History to 1877 Credits: 3

    or

    HIS 206WI - United States History Since 1877 Credits: 3

    and

    ESL 315 - Cross Cultural Communications This course is required for all Secondary Education (English) majors, including those with an AA degree.

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department


    Course offered every semester.
    Credits: 3

    and

  • Foreign Language (See General Education Program and Courses “Language Acquisition” in catalog.) Credits: 3-4
  • Creative Expression

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 211WI - Introduction to Early British Literature (General Education, Category A) Credits: 3
  • Choose a Category B course. (See General Education Program and Courses in catalog.) Credits: 3
  • Ways of Knowing

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    EDU 202WI - Introduction to Child and Adolescent Development in the Educational Setting This course is required for all Secondary Education (English) majors, including those with an AA degree. Credits: 3

    and

    PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology Credits: 3

    and

  • NAS Course from Category B (See General Education Program and Courses in catalog.) Credits: 3
  • and

  • NAS Course from Category B (See General Education Program and Courses in catalog.) Credits: 3
  • Professional Education Courses (35 Hours)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    EDU 241 - Professional Development 1
    fall and spring semester
    Credits: 1
    EDU 242 - Instructional Design for Teaching and Learning

    Prerequisite(s): EDU 202WI 

     

    Credits: 3
    EDU 309 - Introduction to Techniques in Exceptionality (15-hour practicum) Credits: 3
    EDU 321 - General Methods of Instruction

    Prerequisite(s): EDU 202WI.

    Credits: 3
    EDU 355 - Tests and Measurements

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department

    Credits: 3
    EDU 357 - Classroom Management (15-hour practicum)

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department 

    Credits: 3
    EDU 461 - Professional Development II

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to Education Department; Semester Before Internship

    Credits: 1
    EDU 481 - Internship

    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Education Department, approval of Intern Application, and passage of all FTCE’s required for major.

    Credits: 12
    SED 363 - Principles of Content Reading (20-hour practicum)

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department 


    Offered fall semester only.
    Credits: 3
    SED 364 - Methods of Teaching English (20-hour practicum)

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department 


    Offered spring semester.
    Credits: 3

    ESOL Courses (6 Hours)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ESL 325 - Applied Linguistics

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department 

    Credits: 3
    ESL 415 - ESOL Curriculum and Materials Development (20-hour practicum)

    Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Education Department.

    Credits: 3

    Required English Courses (39 Hours)

    CORE COURSES

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 212WI - Introduction to Late British Literature Credits: 3
    ENG 221WI - Introduction to Early American Literature Credits: 3
    ENG 222WI - Introduction to Late American Literature Credits: 3
    ENG 311 - Advanced Academic Writing

    Prerequisite(s): ENG 152WI or ENG 172WI; sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 315 - Shakespeare I

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing; ENG 211WI.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 341 - Literary Criticism

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 470 - English Senior Seminar

    Prerequisite(s): Senior standing.

    Credits: 3

    GENRE (Choose ONE course from the options below.)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 322 - Great Short Stories

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 323 - Studies in Drama

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 345 - Film Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3

    GLOBAL LITERARY TRADITIONS (Choose ONE course from the options below.)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 331 - Great Works of World Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 332 - Great Works of Western Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 334 - Mythology

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3

    ALTERNATIVE LITERARY TRADITIONS (Choose ONE course from the options below.)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 321 - Southern Writers

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 325 - African American Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 333 - Postcolonial Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 354 - Women’s Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3

    ADVANCED EARLY BRITISH (Choose ONE course from the options below.)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 401 - Renaissance Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 410 - Medieval Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 416 - Shakespeare II

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 417 - Milton

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3

    ADVANCED LATE BRITISH (Choose ONE from the options below.)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 403 - Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 406 - British Romantic Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 408 - Victorian Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 441 - The English Novel

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 450 - Modern and Contemporary British Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3

    ADVANCED AMERICAN (Choose ONE course from the options below.)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ENG 421 - Early American and Transcendental Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 422 - American Realism and Naturalism

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 423 - Contemporary American Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing

    Credits: 3
    ENG 425 - Modern American Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3

    NOTE

    Some courses require admission to the Education Department and/or other prerequisites. Also, some courses are offered only in fall/spring or even/odd semesters. This information can be found by accessing individual course descriptions. 

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