EE: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

    EE 205 Early CHildhood Education : This course covers the curriculum, materials, and methods of the nursery school and kindergarten. The emphasis is on the characteristics of the preschool child. First semester; three hours.

    EE 230 Elementary Literature : A survey of children's literature, including writers and illustrators. Students will evaluate and learn the significant role of children's literature in the Christian school classroom. First semester; three hours.

    EE 244 Daycare Curriculum : This course covers the curriculum necessary to meet the needs of the daycare child. Special emphasis is given to the recommended curriculum for four- and five-year olds. Second semester; three hours.

    EE 310 Elementary School Curriculum : This course will review the elementary Christian school curriculum. The content of each grade level is studied. Second semester; three hours.

    EE 440 Teaching Health and Physical Education : A program of healthful living for children in their total environment including home, school, and community. Various methods and techniques in presenting the subject of health, safety, and physical education. First semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 442 Teaching Language Arts : Fundamental principles of teaching the total language arts curriculum. Supplemental and motivational materials for all levels and areas of language arts will be investigated. Second semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 450 Teaching Mathematics : Fundamental principles of mathematics including the basic operations of arithmetic, fractions, decimals and the like, with practical applications especially for elementary school teachers. First semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 452 Teaching Reading : A presentation of the phonetic method for the teaching of reading. Each student participates in demonstration techniques to acquire the skills and methods for teaching reading and spelling. Second semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 460 Teaching History : An examination of the time, content, goals, and methods of teaching man's relationship to God, others, and the environment. First semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 462 Teaching Bible : The study of the elementary school method of teaching Bible. The focus is on the practical teaching of Bible verses, stories, and hymns. Second semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 470 Teaching Science : Methods and materials of teaching science on the elementary level. Selection and organization of materials. First semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 472 Teaching Music : Methods and materials of teaching music on the elementary level. Selection and organization of materials. First semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 480 Teaching Art : The study of the elementary school method of teaching art. The focus is for the education major to develop the practical skills for teaching the visual arts. The emphasis is on teacher-directed art skills. Second semester; two hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 490 Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) : A presentation of the techniques for teaching written and oral English to students whose native language is not English. First semester; three hours. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    EE 491-492 TESL Internship I & II : The purpose of these courses is to provide structured opportunities to work with ESL students for the program of study in which the student is preparing to teach in his or her ministry. These courses are designed for the first-language English speaker as part of his or her scholarship program. Candidates must be approved by the Scholarship Committee. ED 491, first semester; ED 492, second semester; three hours each.