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Bloomington Programs
 

School of
Education
2000-2002
Undergraduate
Academic Bulletin
Supplement

School of Education
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All-Grade Education Program

Music education, physical education, and visual arts are the only majors that lead to certification in teaching grades K-12.

The all-grade education program is divided into three main components. With the addition of electives, course work must total 124 credit hours, as follows:

General Education 40 cr.
Professional Education 28-53 cr.
Subject Matter Specialty Studies 36-62 cr.1
Electives 0-22 cr.2
Total 124 cr.
Courses used to satisfy general education requirements also may be applied to fulfill requirements for a subject matter specialty study. In such cases, the course may be used to meet all requirements to which it will apply, but the credit hours may be counted only once toward the total of 124 credit hours needed for a degree. With the exception of MATH M025 and M026, no course below the 100 level and no course with a ‘‘J’’ prefix in the College of Arts and Sciences may be used to meet the subject matter specialty study requirement.

General Education

To attain the minimum 40 credit hours, the student will have to take more than the minimum number of credit hours in at least one of the three stated categories. The number of credit hours in each category is also limited by a maximum number. The speech requirement may not be met by correspondence. Credit examinations are available to students who believe they have the competence required in a course, if the department chairperson agrees. See appropriate school bulletins for course descriptions.

Some COAS TOPICS courses may be used toward completing this general-education requirement. See an advisor for course eligibility.

HUMANITIES (18-24 credit hours)

Oral and Written Expression (9 credit hours)
  1. Oral Expression (3 credit hours) (grade of C or better required)
    CMCL C121 Public Speaking (3 cr.)
    CMCL C122 Interpersonal Communication (3 cr.)
  2. Written Expression (2 credit hours) (grade of Cor better required)
    AFRO A141-A1423 Introduction to Writing and the Study of Black Literature I-II (1-1 cr.)
    ENG L141-L1423 Introduction to Writing and the Study of Literature I-II (1-1 cr.)
    ENG L198 Freshman Literature (3 cr.)
    ENG W131 Elementary Composition (3 cr.)
    ENG W1434 Interdisciplinary Study of Expository Writing (1 cr.)
    ENG W170 Projects in Reading and Writing (3 cr.)
  3. Select courses from the following to meet a total of 9 credit hours in oral and written
    expression:
    COAS W333 Intensive Writing/Coreq. (0-3 cr.)
    ENG W103 Introductory Creative Writing (3 cr.)
    ENG W203 Creative Writing (3 cr.)
    ENG W231 Professional Writing Skills (3 cr.)
    ENG W270 Argumentative Writing (3 cr.)
    ENG W301 Writing Fiction (3 cr.)
    ENG W303 Writing Poetry (3 cr.)
    ENG W350 Advanced Expository Writing (3 cr.)
    CMCL C223 Business and Professional Communication (3 cr.)
    CMCL C324 Persuasion (3 cr.)
Remaining Humanities
Distribution to be selected from at least two departments. Speech or English may be used as one of the departments, but some course work must be taken outside of either one of these two departments to fulfill the distribution requirement. Students should refer to the Bulletin of the College of Arts and Sciences for descriptions and listings of courses.

Students may take higher-level courses when departmental prerequisites are met. A detailed list of recommended courses is available from an advisor in the Office of Teacher Education, Bloomington.

Departments
Afro-American Studies    Jewish Studies
Central Eurasian Studies
Journalism
Classical Studies
Linguistics
Communication and Culture
Music
Comparative Literature
Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
English
Philosophy
Fine Arts
Religious Studies
Folklore
Slavic Languages and Literatures
French and Italian
Spanish and Portuguese
Germanic Studies
Telecommunications
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation HPER R160 only
Theatre and Drama
East Asian Languages and Cultures

LIFE AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES (9-15 credit hours)

Life Sciences
A minimum of 3 credit hours from courses offered in either anatomy and physiology or biology. Students should refer to the Bulletin of the College of Arts and Sciences for descriptions and listings of courses. Students may take higher-level courses when prerequisites are met. A detailed list of recommended courses is available from an advisor in the Office of Teacher Education, Bloomington.

Departments
Anatomy and Physiology
Biology

Physical Sciences and Mathematics
A minimum of 3 credit hours from courses offered in the following departments. Students should refer to the Bulletin of the College of Arts and Sciences for descriptions and listings of courses.

Students may take higher-level courses when prerequisites are met. A detailed list of recommended courses is available from an advisor in the Office of Teacher Education, Bloomington.

Departments
Astronomy Geology
Chemistry Mathematics
Computer Science Physics
Geography (physical)
Electives
Sufficient electives to complete the 9 credit hour minimum in life and physical sciences. The following are the only HPER courses that will satisfy this science requirement:
H263 Personal Health (3 cr.)
H318 Drug Use in American Society (3 cr.)
P409 Basic Physiology of Exercise (3 cr.)

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (9-15 credit hours)

Distribution of 9 credit hours to be selected from at least three of the following departments. Students should refer to the Bulletin of the College of Arts and Sciences for descriptions and listings of courses. Students may take higher-level courses when prerequisites are met. A detailed list of recommended courses is available from an advisor in the Office of Teacher Education, Bloomington.

Departments
Anthropology    Political Science
Economics
Psychology
Geography
Sociology
History
All-Grade Education Professional Education Courses
These required courses may be taken before admission to the Teacher Education Program:
EDUC W200 Using Computers in Education (3 cr.) (not required of music
education majors; physical education majors may substitute HPERP200)
EDUC P254 Educational Psychology for Teachers of All Grades (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M201 Laboratory/Field Experience (1 cr.)
EDUC H340 Education and American Culture (3 cr.)
EDUC M300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society (3 cr.)

Admission to the Teacher Education Program (TEP), including satisfactory completion of the PPST exam, is mandatory for this required professional education course, as well as for the methods courses required for specific majors (whose listings follow) and for student teaching.

METHODS COURSES REQUIRED FOR SPECIFIC MAJORS

Required:
EDUC M464 Methods of Teaching Reading (3 cr.)

Music
Required for all areas:

MUS E131 Introduction to Music Education (2 cr.)
MUS E231 General Music Methods (2 cr.) and
  EDUC M201 Field Experience (0 cr.)

Teaching Area
EDUC M342 Methods and Materials for Teaching General Music (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M401 Field Experience (0 cr.)
EDUC M343 Methods and Materials for Teaching Choral Music (2 cr.) and
  EDUC M401 Field Experience (0 cr.)
EDUC M344 Methods and Materials for Teaching Instrumental Music (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M301 Field Experience (0 cr.)
EDUC M434 Administration of School Bands (2 cr.) or
  EDUC M436 Administration of School Orchestras (2 cr.)
EDUC M471 Seminar in Student Teaching (1 cr.)

Choral-General Teaching
EDUC M342 Methods and Materials for Teaching General Music (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M401 Field Experience (0 cr.)
EDUC M343 Methods and Materials for Teaching Choral Music (2 cr.) and
  EDUC M401 Field Experience (0 cr.)
EDUC M471 Seminar in Student Teaching (1 cr.)

Instrumental Teaching
EDUC M344 Methods and Materials for Teaching Instrumental Music (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M401 Field Experience (0 cr.)
EDUC M434 Administration of School Bands (2 cr.) or
  EDUC M436 Administration of School Orchestras (2 cr.)
EDUC M471 Seminar in Student Teaching (1 cr.)

Physical Education
EDUC M314 General Methods for Senior High/Junior High/Middle School Teachers (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M303 Laboratory/Field Experience (0-1 cr.)
EDUC M456 Methods of Teaching Physical Education (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M403 Laboratory/Field Experience (0 cr.)

Visual Arts
EDUC M330 Foundations of Art Education and Methods I (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M301 Laboratory/Field Experiences in Education (1 cr.) (Fall only)
EDUC M430 Foundations of Art Education and Methods II (3 cr.) and
  EDUC M401 Laboratory/Field Experiences in Education (1 cr.) (Spring only)

STUDENT TEACHING (10-16 credit hours)
EDUC M482 Student Teaching: All-Grade (10-16 cr.)

An application for student teaching must be filed in the office of the director of student teaching in the School of Education by December 15 of the year prior to the academic year in which student teaching is desired. Student teaching may require a full semester away from the Bloomington campus.

All-Grade Subject Matter Specialty Studies (Majors)


Credit hour requirements are listed below. To be certified, a student must have at least one major area, and it is strongly recommended that every graduate also have at least one minor area of certification. Minors are listed in the ‘‘Extended Coverage, Endorsements, and Minors’’ section of this bulletin.

The specific requirements in the various subject matter areas are given in detail in this bulletin. A student may be exempted from a part of the required subject matter courses if such courses have been successfully completed on the high school level or its educational equivalent. In this case, the student should substitute electives or an equivalent number of credit hours in the subject matter area.

Credit earned in general education may be used where applicable to meet the course requirements in any subject matter area.

MUSIC EDUCATION (MUS)
Students wishing to be certified in music education must do so through the Bachelor of Music Education degree programs offered by the School of Music. Interested students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Music Education.

Teaching Area Major (47 credit hours)
Ensemble required each semester. Performance study (400 level) required each semester until recital requirement is met. Voice or piano required each semester until proficiency requirement is met.

MUS E312 Arranging for Instrumental and Vocal Groups (2 cr.)
MUS F261 String Class Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F281 Brass Instrument Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F337 Woodwind Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F338 Percussion Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F416 Show and Jazz Choir Techniques (2 cr.) or
  MUS L100 Guitar (2 cr.) or
  MUS R241 Techniques of Musical Theatre (2 cr.) or
  MUS Y110 Recorder (2 cr.)
MUS F466 Marching Band Techniques (2 cr.) or
  MUS F468 Jazz Band Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS G370 Techniques for Conducting (2 cr.)
MUS G371 Choral Conducting I (2 cr.)
MUS G373 Instrumental Conducting (2 cr.)
MUS M401-M402 History and Literature of Music I-II (4-4 cr.)
MUS T132 Musical Skills I (1 cr.)
MUS T151-T152 Literature and Structure I-II (3-3 cr.)
MUS T231-T232 Musical Skills II-III (1-1 cr.)
MUS T251-T252 Literature and Structure III-IV (3-3 cr.)
MUS T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.)
MUS T351 Literature and Structure V (3 cr.)

Choral-General Teaching Major (37 credit hours)
Ensemble required each semester. Performance study (400 level) required each semester until recital requirement is met. Voice or piano required each semester until proficiency requirement is met.

MUS E312 Arranging for Instrumental and Vocal Groups (2 cr.)
MUS F205 Introduction to Instrumental Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F416 Show and Jazz Choir Techniques (2 cr.) or
  MUS L100 Guitar (2 cr.) or
  MUS R241 Techniques of Musical Theatre (2 cr.) or
  MUS Y110 Recorder (2 cr.)
MUS G370 Techniques for Conducting (2 cr.)
MUS G371 Choral Conducting (2 cr.)
MUS M401-M402 History and Literature of Music I-II (4-4 cr.)
MUS T132 Musical Skills I (1 cr.)
MUS T151-T152 Literature and Structure I-II (3-3 cr.)
MUS T231-T232 Musical Skills II-III (1-1 cr.)
MUS T251-T252 Literature and Structure III-IV (3-3 cr.)
MUS T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.)
MUS T351 Literature and Structure V (3 cr.)

Instrumental Teaching Major (43 credit hours)
Ensemble required each semester. Performance study (400 level) required each semester until recital requirement is met. Voice or piano required each semester until proficiency requirement is met.

MUS F261 String Class Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F281 Brass Instrument Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F337 Woodwind Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F338 Percussion Techniques (2 cr.)
MUS F466 Marching Band Techniques (2 cr.) or
  MUS F468 Jazz Band Techniques (2 cr.) or
  MUS E304 Violin Pedagogy (2 cr.)
MUS G370 Techniques for Conducting (2 cr.)
MUS G373 Instrumental Conducting (2 cr.)
MUS T151-T152 Literature and Structure I-II (3-3 cr.)
MUS T251-T252 Literature and Structure III-IV (3-3 cr.)
MUS T351 Literature and Structure V (3 cr.)
MUS E312 Arranging for Instrumental and Vocal Groups (2 cr.)
MUS M401-M402 History and Literature of Music I-II (4-4 cr.)
MUS T132 Musical Skills I (1 cr.)
MUS T231-T232 Musical Skills II-III (1-1 cr.)
MUS T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Major (49 credit hours)

Required:
HPER P140 Foundations of Physical Education (3 cr.) C: P141
HPER P141 Foundations of Human Movement (2 cr.) C: P140
HPER P200 Microcomputers in Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P205 Structural Kinesiology (3 cr.)
HPER P216 Concepts of Physical Fitness (3 cr.)
HPER P222 Teaching Developmental Gymnastics (2 cr.) or
  HPER P223 Teaching Stunts, Tumbling, and Apparatus
HPER P224 Teaching Dance Activities (2 cr.)
HPER P280 Athletic Training Emergency Care (2 cr.)
HPER P316 Theories of Advanced Conditioning (2 cr.) P: P216
HPER P391 Biomechanics (3 cr.) P: A215 or P205
HPER P398 Adapted Physical Education (3 cr.) P: P391
HPER P490 Motor Development and Learning (3 cr.)

Electives: Select 7 credit hours with HPER prefixes A, P, D, or K.

PETE Program admission required to take the following:

HPER P203 Teaching Practicum in Physical Education (1 cr.)
HPER P214 Basic Methods of Teaching Physical Education (3 cr.)
HPER P313 Tools of Learning (1 cr.) P: P214
HPER P323 Teaching Individual and Dual Activities (2 cr.) P: P214
HPER P325 Teaching Team Activities (2 cr.) P: P214
HPER P414 Professional Seminar in Physical Education (2 cr.) C: EDUC M456

VISUAL ARTS (FINA) Major (52 credit hours)

Introductory courses (19 credit hours)

Fundamental Studios
FINA F100 Fundamental Studio — Drawing (3 cr.)
FINA F101 Fundamental Studio — 3-D (3 cr.)
FINA F102 Fundamental Studio — 2-D (3 cr.)

Art History
A101 Ancient & Medieval Art (3 cr.)
A102 Renaissance Through Modern Art (3 cr.)

Art Content
EDUC M130 Introduction to Art Teaching (3 cr.)
EDUC M101 Field Experiences in Education (1 cr.)

Required:
EDUC K306 Teaching Students with Special Needs in Secondary Classrooms (3 cr.)

Breadth (21 cr.): A variety of 100- and 200-level courses in the following areas: art studio, art history/theory, other areas selected with an art education advisor’s approval.

Depth (12 cr.): 300- and 400-level courses.
Advanced study in the visual arts including art studio, art history/theory, electronic media, etc.



1Credits vary—see subject areas for the specific number of credit hours required for each subject.


2Approximate because subject matter concentration credit hours may be used to satisfy general-education requirements, leaving the need for more electives to reach 124 credit hours for graduation.


3ENG L141 and L142 as well as AFRO A141 are 4 credit hour courses. Three credit hours of each course will count as literature, and one credit hour of each will count as composition.


4ENG W143 is composition credit attached to specified literature courses. It may be repeated once for credit.




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