English Education (6-12)
Block Schedule

This block schedule is not to be used in lieu of your Program of Study (below) but to assist in appropriate sequencing of course work and for planning each term. This schedule is intended to be a suggested sequence for the program; however, completion of the program is subject to course availability. This tentative schedule is subject to change. The schedule assumes that:

  • You begin courses in the Fall Term (August - December)
  • You have satisfied all program prerequisites, foreign language, and General Education requirements
  • You have passing scores on all four parts of the CLAST exam or General Knowledge (GK) exam.
  • You are a full-time student, can take day and evening classes, and will have continuous enrollment.

 

Junior Year
Fall Term (14 hours)
EDF 3151 Nature of the Learner
EDF 3945 Field Laboratory I
ENL 3333 Shakespeare
TSL 3080 Principles & Issues in ESOL
EEX 3250 Reading Methods: Lrnrs w/Except
Spring Term (17 hours)
ENC 3310 Writing Prose

AML 3621

OR

AML 3102

 Black American Literature

 

 American Fiction (if AML 3621 is not available)

RED 3310 Reading Methods I: Elementary
RED 3333 Reading Methods: Secondary
EDF 3946 Field Laboratory II
TSL 4340 TESOL Methods & Curriculum
Summer Term (9 hours)
EDF 4327 Assessment of Learning Behavior
EDG 4410 Classroom Management and Communication
LIN 3010 Principles of Linguistics
 
Senior Year
Fall Term (15 hours)
LAE 4335 Special Methods: Secondary English
ENG 4013 Approaches to Literary Interpretation
LIT 3333 Adolescent Literature
TSL 4360 TESOL for Secondary English
  Select any3000 - 4000 elective from
AML / ENG / ENL / LIT
Spring Term (12 hour)
ESE 4943 Student Internship

 

NOTES: 

  1. Field Labs I and II require at least 5 daytime hours per week at an assigned school site.
  2. A transfer student with 60 semester hours but without an AA degree from a Florida public institution should complete any missing General Education requirements as noted on the Transfer Evaluation. Course work to satisfy missing General Education may be found in the university catalog