Reading. Writing. Teaching.
English Education: 9-12
Teach others to master (and enjoy) English as both language and art.
Teaching English–Part Communication, Part Inspiration
From everyday conversations to the most inspiring works of literature, the Western world thrives on a deeper understanding of English as both language and art.
Help others master the English language through a variety of teaching-based careers. Public and private school teacher, of course. But also, tutor, author, children’s ministry worker, even missionary. Combine your love of English and passion for education, at NGU.
Experience Learning as Both Student and Teacher
Teacher See, Teacher Do
Observe real-world teachers and students. Participate in actual classroom studies and discussions. Teach lessons in local public schools. Receive critical feedback from expert mentors in your field. It’s all part of your field placement experience, through NGU.
Before you teach, you plan. Master the art of translating theory into practice as you create your own lesson plans. It’s the first step in transitioning from student to teacher.
Practice What You Teach
Study. Observe. Engage. Complete one full teaching semester in a South Carolina public school setting. Expand your experience outside the classroom as you complete demographic studies about your school, students, and surrounding community. It’s hands-on experience meets a big-picture view of education.
English Beside Experienced & Faithful Writers
Study Every Aspect of English Language Arts
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You can earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.