Jun 18, 2024  
2012-2013 Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Humanities — Middle Level - Additional Endorsement


Department of Secondary Education, Woodring College of Education 

30-38 credits

Introduction

This additional endorsement program must be accompanied by the professional preparation program in secondary education, and preparation for an English Language Arts or Social Studies endorsement. Professional education program admission, completion, and teacher certification requirements are provided within this Secondary Education section of the catalog.

Secondary education students who complete this program will build on their preparation for an English Language Arts or Social Studies endorsement to earn an additional endorsement in Middle Level Humanities. The Middle Level-Humanities endorsement prepares individuals to teach these core subjects and an integrated language arts/social studies core block classroom in the middle and junior high school.

Grade Requirements

Students must earn a grade of C (2.0) or better in the secondary education professional program and in all courses required for the endorsement

Requirements


Middle School Pedagogy


Content and Methods — Option I or Option II


Option I - Requirements


English Language Arts Endorsement

See English for a description of the major in English – Literature Emphasis with Teaching Endorsement leading to an endorsement in English Language Arts.

Social Studies Supporting Component

Option II - Requirements


Social Studies Endorsement

See Social Studies Education for majors leading to the endorsement in Social Studies. Students earning the Middle Level-Humanities additional endorsement under Option I should include HIST 111 in their selection of history courses for the Social Studies endorsement.

English Language Arts Supporting Component