Designed to give practical ideas in the use of arts and crafts in the local church including Vacation Bible School, home Bible clubs, camp crafts, etc. A supply fee is required. Same as CE 308.2.
This course includes techniques and materials for teaching science in the elementary school.
A study of methods used in teaching grammar, spelling, and handwriting. Ways to develop good listeners and creative writers will be considered.
A course designed to prepare the prospective teacher in the methods and programs for a well-balanced physical education and health curriculum, including large and small group games, conditioning exercises, and care of the body God has given.
A course designed to prepare the prospective teacher with techniques and materials to teach the Bible to children. Same as CE 203.2.
A course designed to make prospective teachers aware of techniques and materials for teaching history and geography.
This course is designed to communicate discipleship in the home, in the church, and in the school. A philosophy, a history, and technique are covered using both theoretical and practical approaches to Christian Education. This course will cover everything from a church nursery, Sunday School, Junior Church, and mid-week children’s program to the local church Christian school and the role of the local church in the life of home schooling. Everything from writing curriculum to effective communication is covered. Same as ED 205.3.
A study of principles basic to Christian teaching, including lesson plans, audiovisual techniques, and the organization and management of materials for effective classroom presentation. Same as CE 302.3.
A study of the trends, materials, and techniques for the teaching of mathematics in the elementary school.
A course intended to give the prospective teacher the methods and materials necessary for developing students to read well. A study of phonics will be included, as well as ways of developing comprehension.