| Course Purposes:
This link provides a complete copy of the syllabus as discussed in
class. While the syllabus provides you with the exact week-by-week
course expectations, it also provides you with important background
information that will facilitate your complete understanding of the
larger purposes of the course and its connection to state and national
teacher preparation standards.
Syllabus A copy of the syllabus containing
the course description; course rationale; course connections to
the BCOE Conceptual Framework; course connections to the Ohio
Standards for the Teaching Profession; course objectives in terms
of knowledge, skills, and dispositions; the class outline and
meeting schedule; course activities and requirements; due dates
and test dates; and evaluation and grading procedures.
Order of Personal Thesis Oral Presentations:
Personal Thesis Examples:
Each student will give an oral presentation about the most important
personal, social, and economic factors leading to the choice of
teaching as a profession. The order of class presentations follow
the order listed on the class attendance sign-in sheet.
Below are examples of high quality personal thesis presentations that
you can review as you create your own presentation.
Song Analysis Examples:
Below are examples of high quality song analysis submissions that
you can review as you create your own song analysis.
A web based program will be used by all class members for a number
of class requirements. These submissions can be complex and trying
especially for the technologically challenged. To reduce needless
anxiety read carefully the information and directions on the following