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English Education


Language reveals the history, culture, and heart of its people. Studying one's language through its literature opens the doors to their joys, sorrows, and needs. Developing one's ability to communicate effectively opens doors to wonderful vocations and ministries. Training others to identify and understand good literature, to exchange ideas, and to improve their own writing skills are the motivation for the person who desires to teach this discipline.

Why choose English Education at Clearwater Christian

  1. Significant emphasis upon instructing students to think critically while writing papers and arguing thesis statements - CCC faculty stress the importance of critical thinking to learn discernment and sharpen skills by examining the possibilities to either discard fallible assumptions or support accurate ideas.

  2. Faculty that discreetly guide students in purging fallible assumptions so they can determine which fundamental concepts are acceptable and valid for the formation of an accurate, Biblical world view

  3. Emphasis on creative writing that implies a thoughtful and skillful exercise of using words to give readers meaningful explanations

  4. Selective literature study that gives the English Education student the most profound experience with truthful, artfully presented literature beneficial to the formation of an awareness of the human condition, our responsibility to communicate truth, and making a difference in the world of English Education

  5. Skills learned in the classroom are employed in pre-internship and internship experiences

Admissions Requirements


While there are no additional admissions requirements, those enrolling in the English Education major are expected to maintain a minimum of a C average in their English and education classes. English Education majors are required to establish and maintain a 2.5 grade point average by the time they reach their sixtieth credit hour.

English Education majors are also expected to possess a desire to share ideas and to enthusiastically engage others in productive discussion.

Interesting Classes I Might Take

  • Expository and Creative Writing
  • Methods of Teaching English
  • Teaching Reading in Middle/Secondary School
  • Contemporary Literature
  • Literary Criticism

Faculty



Dr. Jan Anderson



Dr. Vickie Denny



Mrs. Marian Foulks



Dr. Daniel Hurst



Dr. Luanne Hurst



Dr. Christy James



Dr. Matt Kellogg



Mr. Walt King



Dr. Phil Larsen



What can I do with a major in English Education?



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