Teaching Without Certificate

English Teaching is for students who need specific training in the teaching of language and literature at the secondary level; it is coordinated with the Department of Teaching and Learning.

Note:
For secondary credential, grades of C or better are required in all courses in the major, as well as 2.5 g.p.a. overall. See College of Education for additional credential requirements.

GER Humanities Requirement (3 credits): ONE of the following:
Hum 101: Humanities of the Ancient World                       
Hum 103: Mythology
Hum 302: Humanities in the Middle Ages and Renaissance    
Hum 304: Humanities in the Modern World
Hum 335: The Bible as Literature               
Hum 350: Sacred Texts and Cultures of World Religions
Hum 410: Love in the Arts                                                  
Hum 450: Representations of the Holocaust

Foundation Requirement (3 credits):
Engl 302: Introduction to English Studies
OR
Engl 301: Writing and Rhetorical Conventions

Shakespeare Requirement (3 credits):

Engl 305: Shakespeare
OR
Engl 306: Shakespeare                                              


American Literature I Requirement (3 credits): ONE of the following:

English 368, 371, 372, 480, 481, 482

American Literature II Requirement (3 credits): ONE of the following:
English 317, 321, 322, 341, 345, 309, 311, 314, 315, 409    


English Literature Requirement (3 credits):
ONE of the following:

English 366, 370, 373, 419, 483, 484, 485, 486, 487,488, 489, or
Humanity 302, 303, 304, 335, 338, 350, 410, 450

English Teaching Requirement (12 credits):

Engl 323:  Approaches to Teaching English (literature/literacy)       
Engl 324:  Approaches to Teaching Writing
Engl 325:  Young Adult Literature
Engl 326:  Applied Grammar for Teachers

300 or 400-Level Literature or Humanities Requirement (9 credits)

End-Of-Program Assessment Portfolio (Required):         
1. Paper from Senior-Year (or last) Upper-Division Literature Course
2. Exit Questionnaire (confidential until after graduation)


Catalog

For more information contact:
Dr. Wendy Dasler Johnson

Associate Professor of English
Coordinator - Secondary Education in English
Multimedia (VMMC) 102 R
wjohnson1@wsu.edu
(360) 546-9648