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SUNY-YÖK Dual Diploma Program

Areas of Study: METU-Liberal Studies-TESOL

 

METU-Liberal Studies-TESOL Curriculum

 

YEAR 1 (METU)

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

Expository Writing I

Expository Writing II

Critical Reading & Thinking I

Critical Reading & Thinking II

Oral Communication I

Oral Communication II

Introduction to Literature

School Experience I

Introduction to the Teaching Profession

Introduction to English Language Teaching: Approaches and Methods

Principles of Kemal Ataturk (NC)

Principles of Kemal Ataturk (NC)

Total credits = 15

Total credits = 15

 

YEAR 2 (METU)

SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4

SEMESTER 5

SUMMER SESSION 2
(NEW PALTZ)

Language Acquisition

Introduction to Linguistics II

Human Development (EDS367)

Introduction to Linguistics I

ELT Methodology II

GE: Art

Intro. to Information Technologies and Applications (NC)

The Novel I

 

ELT Methodology I

Advanced English Structure

 

Survey of English Literature

Turkish II (2 credits)

 

Turkish I (2 credits)

 

 

Total credits = 14

Total credits = 14

Total credits = 6

 

YEAR 3 (NEW PALTZ)

SEMESTER 6

SEMESTER 7

SEMESTER 8

SUMMER SESSION 1 (NEW PALTZ)

Teaching and Learning in the Digital Environment (SED356)

Intro. to Curriculum and Assessment (SED453)

Soc. and Phil. Found. of Education (EDS340)

Syntax, Phonetics, and Lexicon I (SED393)

Teaching and Assessing ESL in Content Area (SED393)

GE: NSCI

GE: Math

Syntax, Phonetics, Phonology, Lexicon II (SED393)

 

Major (GE: WEST)

Major

 

Major

Major

 

Major

Major

 

Total credits = 18

Total credits = 18

Total credits = 6

 

YEAR 4 (METU)

SEMESTER 9 SEMESTER 10

ELT Materials Development and Adaptation

Practice Teaching (5 credits)

Teaching English to Young Learners

Poetry

Drama

The Novel II

Guidance

English-Turkish Translation

Classroom Management

 

Total credits = 15

Total credits = 14

 
 
* Each course is 3 credits unless otherwise stated.

 

LIBERAL STUDIES MAJOR

To fulfill the requirements of the Liberal Studies major at New Paltz, students will choose courses from the two categories (Language and Literature, U.S. Society and Culture) below. These six courses have been indicated by 'major' in the published curriculum. They must pick at least two courses from each category. One of these classes must fulfill the Western Civilizations (WEST) requirement. Students also need to take a Writing Intensive course (WI); these courses are indicated with an asterisk (*) in the list below. Two semesters of a foreign language can count toward the language category. Other courses may be counted toward the major but they require the approval of an advisor.

 

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

SOCIETY AND CULTURE

BLK320

Cont. Black American Lit.*

BLK 100

Introduction to Black Studies

CMM357

Argumentation

BLK360

Politics of the USA and the Black Comm.*

CMM359

Communication among Cultures

CMM 101

Media and Society

CMM413

Sociolinguistics

ECO100

American Economic Development

ENG210

Great Books (WEST)

ECO351

History of Economic Thought

ENG230

Women in Literature*

GEO301

Geography of US and Canada

ENG231

American Women Writers*

GEO273

Physical Geography (NSCI)

ENG331

American Literature Survey I

HIS221

Survey of US History to 1865

ENG332

American Literature Survey II

HIS222

Survey of US History since 1865

ENG436

19th Century American Literature

HIS302

American Immigration

ENG439

Twentieth-Century American Novel (3)

HIS328

American Social and Cultural History 1877 to Present

ENG308

Short Story

HIS329

Post-War America: 1945 to Present

ENG 255

Contemporary Issues in Lit.*

PHI120

Introduction to Philosophy Classics (WEST)

PHI201

Symbolic Logic

PHI211

Ancient Greek Philosophy (WEST)

 

 

PHI270

Religions of the World

 

 

PHI304

Ethics

 

 

PHI344

Philosophy of the Arts

 

 

THE420

American Musical Theatre

 

 

CMM432

TV in American Culture*

 

 

CMM433

Aesthetics and Criticism of TV*

 

NOTE: Grades less than C- are not accepted in major courses.

NOTE: An overall 2.0 average in courses is required for degree application.

NOTE: Logic and Physical Geography can "double count" by meeting both major and general education requirements; however they do only earn 3 credits so students must still take a sufficient number of credits at New Paltz.