(Capstone with Service-learning w/ENGL 491 B)
In English 498A students will meet twice weekly on campus (MW 10:30-12:20) in a writing-intensive capstone seminar focused on learning effective methods of working with public school students, exploring some central challenges and opportunities for public education, and using writing and presentation to inquire into, develop and communicate your thinking about these issues. English 498A includes research instruction and revision conferences with the instructor.
English 498A + English 491B = a capstone service-learning seminar for English majors taught by English Department faculty member and Community Literacy Program Director Elizabeth Simmons-O?Neill. This linked pair of courses offers an opportunity for English Majors interested in public education to gain crucial school-based experience, serves as a bridge between undergraduate and Teacher Education Program curriculum (including work with College of Education faculty) and gives English Majors an opportunity to work in partnership with public school students and teachers as you complete your undergraduate degree.
For add codes and with questions: contact Elizabeth Simmons-O'Neill, firstname.lastname@example.org