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In this detailed study of the book of 1 Corinthians, you will give special attention to the literary, historical, and theological aspects of this Pauline epistle. Attention will also be given to the position of this epistle in the wider context of Paul’s ministry among the Corinthians and his missionary endeavors as reflected in Acts. The significance of Paul’s teachings for our understanding of early Christianity and for our contemporary context will be considered. This course is designed to help you make use of what you have learned concerning the principles and methods of proper biblical interpretation. Prerequisite: BIB 3420
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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Division: Graduate

This course introduces the knowledge, skills, and dispositions related to teaching in the enrichment areas by exposing students to "hands-on" interdisciplinary experiences in art, music, and physical education. It helps students design and evaluate developmentally appropriate learning environments and instructional experiences, and implement national and state standards in lesson design. Preparation of lesson plans that actively involve school students in meaningful content and a focus on the ADEPT Performance Standards and state curriculum standards, as well as integrating biblical truth, are also important parts of this course. This course will help students evaluate themselves as prospective discerning educators. Prerequisites: Admission to the M.A.T. program
2.00
Spring
Graduate
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This course will expose students to various areas of exceptionality including definitions, incidence, and educational needs. Regulations governing the education of the disabled, options of serving special needs, and the modification of regular classrooms to accommodate exceptional children will be studied. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.A.T. program or Program Director approval.
2.00
Spring
Graduate
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This course will address the nature and needs of children in poverty. Fundamental issues will be included, such as risk indicators, health issues, the hidden rules of poverty, the need for self-efficacy, and learned optimism. Family and community partnerships and curriculum design necessities will be addressed. This course is in keeping with a growing educational need, but also God's heart for the poor, and children in particular.
3.00
Winter
Graduate
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This course provides Bible teaching experience in a school setting and is required for all M.A. in Bible Teaching students. Bible Teaching faculty assign and supervise the Field Experience in Bible Teaching. Weekly lessons are prepared and taught under close supervision in order to prepare students for their directed student teaching.
1.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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This course requires observation, participation, and extended classroom teaching in a school under the supervision of an experienced teacher. Regular interaction includes assistance and evaluation by the university supervisor and the cooperating teacher using the South Carolina standards including ADEPT (Assisting, Developing and Evaluating Professional Teaching) Performance Standards. Clinical practice fee is required. Prerequistes: Admission to the MAT program, completion of all required M.A.T. program requirements, including required prerequisite Bible/Theology courses, and Program Director approval.
9.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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This course is required for degree and program completion. The course grade documents whether program assessments have been passed. Passing scores for program assessments must be submitted in order to receive a passing grade. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.A.T. program. Repeatable.
0.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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This course is a study of the principles of curriculum development and assessment for language programs. The course also covers program administration and other professional issues. Prerequisites: Admission to M.A. in TESOL program
3.00
Spring
Graduate
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This course is designed to assist students in developing and analyzing curriculum. Philosophies, theories, and strategies will be examined in planning and developing long- and short-range units. Principles of knowledge, aesthetics, and values are considered in light of teaching and learning.
3.00
Fall, Summer 1
Graduate
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This course provides students with strategies for linking schools, families, and communities to provide integrated service delivery, for strengthening instruction with a team concept, and for connecting with families from culturally-diverse backgrounds. It also provides a foundation in ethical and professional standards. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.A.T. program
2.00
Fall
Graduate
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