Language Arts Teaching
The language arts teaching major at Anderson University is designed to prepare students to teach in grades 6-12. It includes a 33-hour core of courses in English and speech, which qualify the student to teach English and speech courses in grades 6-12. To complete the major, students pursue a 16-hour “English Option,” which allows them to emphasize traditional English studies, including literature.
Traditional undergraduate students that receive financial aid, like scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study employment.
Students participating in trips spanning six continents, 102 countries, and 27 states through our Tri-S Program.
Students in both undergraduate and graduate studies who are experiencing Real Life: Together.
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What classes will I take?
- Methods of Teaching English
- American Cross-Cultural Authors
- Young Adult Literature
- Creative Writing: Fiction
What experiences will I have?
In preparing for careers as language arts educators, students participate in classroom observations and practicum experiences as well as completing a semester of student teaching. Students may also volunteer for organizations like College Mentors for Kids in a variety of capacities that both serve the community and broaden their experience in working with young people.