The course covers theoretical frameworks of language and literacy, the relationship between speech and writing, cultural notions of literacy, and the acquisition of literacy in first and additional languages.
Examines a specific topic such as stylistics, semantics, sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, TESOL, or computational linguistics.
Enrollment is contingent upon the availability of internships.
Techniques and strategies for teaching college composition, including course design and classroom practice. Student loans are available to degree-seeking graduate students.
The course deals with stages in the publishing process, hard-copy versus online editing, mechanical and substantive editing, and the use of house and press styles.
Examination and discussion of contemporary theories of discourse analysis, with some attention to the history and development of rhetorical theory. Through extensive practice in workshops and craft and theory courses, students will develop their creative writing abilities while also studying literature and completing a relevant internship.
In addition to submitting an application to the Cleveland State University, applicants must also submit to the NEOMFA office, three letters of recommendation, a one-page statement of purpose, and a creative writing portfolio.
May be repeated once.