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1 THE CURRICULA 97 EARTH SCIENCE OBJECTIVES 1. Provide students with sufficient earth science background to pursue related fields. 2. Provide courses for a teaching major or minor in earth science. 3. Provide training for those planning to follow geology or geography as a professional field. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS BACHLOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Major: 36 hours Geol. 221, (Geog. 305 may substitute), Geol. 222, 323, 310; Geog Additional hours selected with approval of adviser from Geology and/or Geography. Also required Chem , Math , recommended supporting courses in physics or biology or astronomy. Minor: 20 hours Geol. 221, 222, Geog. 250; additional hours selected from Geol. 210, 323, 350, 370, 410, 430, Geog. 252, 303, 320, 452, Astr MASTER OF ARTS IN THE TEACHING OF See Graduate Bulletin for details. EARTH SCIENCE ENGLISH PROFESSORS Adams (Chr.), Alwin, Carrigan, Stevens; ASSOCIATE PROFES SORS Clemons, Donohoe, McGehee, Thompson; ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Roach; INSTRUCTORS D. Bensusan, Cooper, Davis, Deauquier, M. Eissenstat, Flint, A. Fredrick, Goar, Higley, Johnson, Kramer, Matthews, G. H. Reed, G. M. Reed, Rosenthal, P. Shutt, Trowbridge, Wilson. OBJECTIVES It is the purpose of the English program to develop students (1) who are aware of the close association between logical thought and effective expression; (2) who are motivated to strive constantly for increased skill in the oral and written use of language as a medium for communication and arrisric creation; (3) who possess a sound crirical and aesthetic judgment which they may exercise in assessing the truthfulness, philosophic implications, imaginative and artistic quality of materia! which they read during the balance of their lives; (4) who are interested in deepening their understanding of the cultural and social background of America and other countries as it is revealed in literature; (5) who are adequately prepared to teach English in elementary or secondary schools; (6) who are equipped to achieve success in graduate study in the field of English. A further purpose is to cooperate with other departments in humanities in carrying out the objectives.

2 98 THE CURRICULA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS BACHELOR OF ARTS Majors: English: 45 semester hours exclusive of Freshman English Speech 101, English 201, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 330, 370; one additional 200 or 300 level literature course; two 500 level literature courses; 4-7 semester hours of electives approved by the adviser. A student who does not intend to do graduate work in English may obtain a 35 hour major with the consent of his adviser. Creative Writing: 45 semester hours exclusive of Freshman English English 251, 252, 255, 256, 301, 370, 372, 373, 374, 383, 401; electives approved by the adviser to complete 45 hours; participation in Writers' Club and work for literary magazine. Minors (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science) : English: 18 semester hours exclusive of Freshman English English 201, 253, 254, 255, 256; 4 semester hours approved by adviser. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION (Secondary) Majors: English: 35 semester hours exclusive of Freshman English Speech 200, English 201, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 330, 331, 370, 383; 6 semester hours approved by the adviser. Minors: English: 20 semester hours exclusive of Freshman English Speech 200, English 201, 330, 331; either or 255-6; one of the following: English 250, 251, 252. MASTER OF ARTS The Department of English offers courses leading to the degree of Master of Arts or to the degree of Master of Arrs in the Teaching of English. See the Graduate Bulletin for details. DESCRIPTION OF COURSES ENGLISH COMPOSITION Engl, 100 Communications Laboratory A. Developmental Heading, Beginning (2) For students average or below average in reading. Practice in development of reading skills and study techniques. Consideration of the physical and psychological background of reading, and of the relationship between method and purpose and between rare and comprehension. B. Writing laboratory For students inadequately prepared in writing. Practice in the fundamental skills involved in effective writing.

3 THE CURRICULA 99 C. Developmental Reading, Advanced (2) For students average and above average in reading. Practice in development of reading skills. Study of patterns of organization in prose, fiction, and poetry. Vocabulary development. Engl. 101 Freshman English (3) Instruction and experience in writing expository prose. Emphasis on critical reading, critical thinking, logical organization of material, and an understanding of the writersubject-reader concept of communication as essential steps in the writing process. Systematic study and analysis of good prose. Engl. 102 Freshman English (3) Study and practice of techniques for improving proficiency in writing. Emphasis on expository prose, but some attention given to other forms of discourse. Instruction and experience in conducting scholarly research and in writing a short research paper. Prerequisite: Engl Engl. 103 Freshman English (3) Instruction and experience in using the various methods of subiect analvsis in expository prose and a full introduction to non-expository writing. Emphasis on development of style and tone and on strengthening ability to read and think critically and to systematically analyze good prose. Concentrated study in conducting scholarly research and in writing a complete, college-level research paper. Prerequisite; English 102 or a grade of 3 or better in Engl Engl English for Bilinguals (5-5) May be taken by foreign students and bilinguals in lieu of Engl to meet the Freshman English requirement. Designed for students who speak English as a second language, the course offers work in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Engl. 201 Advanced Composition (2) Practice in writing expository prose and various types of factual articles. Each student will be given advice and criticism to help him carry out a special project. Prerequisites: Engl. 101 and 103, or the equivalent. Engl. 202 Technical Report Writing (3) Instruction and experience in writing proposals, interpretative and recommendation reports, abstracts, progress reports, business letters, technical articles and correspondence. Prerequisite: Engl. 101 and 103, or the equivalent. Engl. 301 Creative Writing (2) Practice in the principal types of creative writing. Prerequisite: Engl. 101 and 103, or the equivalent. Engl. 401 Writing of Fiction (2) A workshop in the writing of serious fiction; specifically, the short story and the novel. Prerequisite: Engl. 201 or 301, or permission of the instructor. Engl. 501 Writing Workshop (3) A workshop in the writing of serious fiction and poetry. Engl. 602 Writing Projects (3) Individual projects selected by consultation. ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Engl. 250 Literature as Experience (3) An introduction for the general student to the short story, drama, essay, and poetry as the record and interpretation of human experience. Engl. 251 Biblical Backgrounds of Literature (3) A study of the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha as literature. Engl. 252 Mythological Backgrounds of Literature (3) A study of classic, Norse, and other myths, and the legends of Arthur and of Charlemagne, to facilitate understanding of English and American literature.

4 100 THE CURRICULA Engl Survey of English Literature (3-3) An historical survey of English literature from Beowulf to Shaw. Engl Survey of American Literature (3-3) The development of American life and ideals as recorded and interpreted by major American writers. Engl. 257 Masterpieces of World Literature (3) A survey in translation of the major writers of the Western World from Homer through Dante. Engl. 258 Masterpieces of World Literature (3) A survey in translation of the major writers of the Western World from the Renaissance to the present. Engl. 311 Greek Literature in Translation (3) Readings in epic, drama, lyric, philosophy, history, and romance from Homer to Longus and Heliodorus. Engl. 312 Roman Literature in Translation (3) Readings in epic, drama, lyric, philosophy, history, and romance from Plautus to Boethius. Engl. 330 Modern English (2-3) An introduction to facts about the English language as revealed by modern linguistic science. A basic course for all teachers of the language arts; a general education course for all educated speakers of the English language. Engl. 331 Grammar for Teachers (3) A course in the new approaches to English grammar and usage, together with methods of teaching them in the junior and senior high school. Engl. 361 History of the Drama (3) A study of the development of the drama as a genre. Emphasis upon the drama in England. Engl. 370 Enjoyment of Poetry (3) Study of poetry for understanding and delight. Prosody. Engl. 371 The Essay (2) A study of the formal and informal essay and related prose forms. Engl. 372 The Short Story (3) Wide reading and critical analysis of representative examples. Engl. 373 The American and English Novel (3) Critical study and evaluation of major works. Engl. 374 The Continental Novel (3) Critical study and evaluation of major works in translation. Engl. 383 Introduction to Shakespeare (3) Reading of some of the major works of Shakespeare. Aimed specifically at the needs of teachers of English in secondary schools. Engl. 532 Current English Usage (3) A course in the current approaches to a study of English language usage: doctrines and history of, divided and disputable items, sources of information on, criteria for judging. Engl. 535 History of the English Language (3) A survey of the historical development of the English language considering the internal and external influences that have determined its characteristics. Engl. 541 The Literature of Medieval England (2) A study of the principal forms and examples of English prose, poetry, and drama of the Middle English period exclusive of Chaucer.

5 THE CURRICULA 101 Engl. 542 The English Renaissance (3) Selected non-dramatic readings illustrating the development of the literary renaissance from 1500 to 1600 with special emphasis on Sidney and Spenser. Engl. 544 The Eighteenth Century (2) Readings in English literature from Dryden to Blake with emphasis on Swift. Pope, and Johnson. Engl. 545 The Romantic Period (3) Concentrated study of selected poetry of Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron, and Keats. Independent critical paper on the life and work of one prose writer of the period. Engl. 546 The Victorian Period (3) A critical study of the literature of England from 1832 to 1900 with emphasis on Tennyson, Browning, and Arnold. Engl. 547 Twentieth Century Poetry (3) Intensive study of the important movements and major poets from the Symbolists to the present. Engl. 548 Twentieth Century Fiction (3) Intensive study of the important movements and major prose writers from the Realists to the present. Engl. 551 Literature of the Southwest (3) The character. life, and scene of this region as recorded in various literary forms from the time of the Spanish explorers to the present. Engl. 561 Shakesp eare's Comedies (2) A reading of the significant comedies as reflections of the historical and dramatic tradition. Engl. 562 Shakespeare's Histories (2) A critical reading of the history plays emphasizing their relation to the dramatic tradition and to Elizabethan polity. Engl. 563 Shakespeare's Tragedies (2) A consideration of the major tragedies and their relation to the dramatic tradition. Engl. 571 Introduction to Folklore (3) The ballad, fable, myth, legend, folk and hero tale, and other types of folklore as literary forms and their use in literature in general. Engl. 572 Nineteenth Century American Essays (3) The major prose of Emerson and Thoreau; representative selections from the works of William James, Holmes, and Lowell. Engl. 573 Nineteenth Century American Fiction (3) A close study of major fictions chosen from the works of Cooper, Hawthorne. Poe. Melville. Mark Twain, and Henry James. Engl. 574 Nineteenth Century American Poetry (3) An intensive study of the major poets from Bryant to Stephen Crane. Engl. 581 Chaucer (3) A reading and discussion of the works of Chaucer. Prerequisite: Engl. 541 Engl. 590 Literary Criticism (3) A consideration of important traditional teas of criticism and their value in understanding literature. Engl. 619 Problems in Comparative Literature (3) Given in collaboration with other programs. Emphasis to be determined by needs and interests of students enrolled. Engl. 632 Old English (3) Elements of Old English grammar; reading exercises.

6 102 THE CURRICULA Engl. 663 Elizabethan Drama Exclusive of Shakespeare (3) A survey of the English drama from 1580 to 1642 with intensive study of the works of Marlowe and Jonson. Engl. 667 Modern Drama (3) Symbolism, expressionism, impressionism, realism in the drama since The drama as commentary on contemporary life. Special projects and reports. Engl. 680 Seminar in English Literature (3) In depth studies of great authors or trends in English Literature. Engl. 681 Seminar in American Literature (3) In depth studies of great authors or trends in American Literature. Engl. 690 Research Methods (3) A study of research techniques with emphasis on bibliography. Engl. 697 Independent Study in English (1-2) For students who wish to carry on independent study or research. Engl Internship in College Teaching (1-1) Principles and practices which apply to the teaching of composition and literature on the college level. ENGLISH EDUCATION NOTE: Cross references are to indicated sections under the English program. Engl. 331 Grammar for Teachers (3) (See section on English Language and Literature) Engl. 520 Administration of a Reading Development Program (3) Designed for teachers who are interested in improving the reading skill of their students or in organizing developmental reading programs in their schools. Engl. 521 Teaching English to Bilinguals (3) The linguistic method of teaching English as a second language. The sounds, intonation, and syntax of English, as well as idioms and usage in the spoken and written word. Engl. 522 The Teaching of Composition (3) Methods and materials to help teachers in evaluating themes, reviewing writing fundamentals, and improving student's written work. Engl. 529 Literature for Adolescents (3) Materials and methods appropriate for use in junior and senior high school. Especially designed for English and social studies majors and minors. Engl. 621 The Teaching of Reading (3) A consideration of the development of various reading skills needed beyond the elementary school level. Objectives, procedures, materials. Engl. 623 The Language Arts in the Secondary School (3) Advanced course in curriculum for the experienced teacher, emphasizing latest developments in the field. Engl. 625 Language Arts Unit Construction (3) Collection and organization of materials for use in language arts units in the junior and senior high schools. Engl. 630 Modern English Grammar (3) A study of structural and transformational grammars, together with a consideration of the implications of these "new grammars" for the teacher. Engl. 634 Modern Linguistics in the Secondary School (3) Methods of implementing the findings of the modern linguists in teaching the nature, the structure and the usage of the English language in grades 7-12.

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