English 590A/B/C:
Practicum

Crucial Info for Spring 2019:

Instructor: Dr. Loren R. Schmidt

Telephone: (509) 865-8542 or Ext. 2112 (Work); (509) 307-0104 (Cell)

E-Mail: schmidt_l@heritage.edu or loren@llschmidt.net

Dr. Schmidt's Office: 2112 Simkins, Heritage University, 3240 Fort Rd., Toppenish, WA 98948

Virtual Office Hours on Elluminate: W 6-8 pm PDT/PST, F 130-3 pm PDT/PST, or by appointment

Physical Office Hours (available by phone): F 130-3 pm PDT/PST or by appointment

Time and Place: Via Internet Class Forums on Heritage University Virtual Campus (AKA MyHeritage)

Course Description and Objectives

ENG 590A, Practicum in Teaching Composition (2 Credits)

Mentored teaching of college-level course in composition, emphasizing application of appropriate pedagogical, linguistic, and literary theory to developing curriculum, lesson plans, and assessment and evaluation methods. Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Prerequisite(s): ENG 554 and approval of Program Chair. See written syllabus for detailed objectives.

ENG 590B, Practicum in Teaching Academic English Language Proficiency (2 Credits)

Mentored teaching of college-level course in ESL/EFL composition, emphasizing application of appropriate pedagogical, linguistic, and literary theory to developing curriculum, lesson plans, and assessment and evaluation methods. Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Prerequisite(s): ENG 537, ENG 538, ENG 556, and approval of Program Chair. See written syllabus for detailed objectives.

ENG 590C, Practicum in Teaching Literature (2 Credits)

Mentored teaching of college-level course in literature, emphasizing application of appropriate pedagogical, linguistic and literary theory to developing curriculum, lesson plans, and assessment and evaluation methods. Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Prerequisite(s): ENG 550, ENG 554, and approval of Program Chair. See written syllabus for detailed objectives.

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