What is a degree in Language Arts?

Discussion in 'Education, Teaching and related degrees' started by Pelican, Dec 20, 2013.

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  1. Pelican

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    I read some state teaching license requirements and some states require that teachers who want to teach Secondary Language Arts classes should have an undergraduate degree in Language Arts. At universities, I don't generally see the term "Language Arts" to describe undergraduate majors though. Is "English" a "Language Arts" degree? "Applied Linguistics"? "Creative Writing"? Are there other names for this?
     
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    English is also counted for the degree language for the arts. Any secondary level teachers are having a degree of B.ed. It's the common requirement.
     
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    It feel amazing when we are about to gain complete knowledge regarding some language and that is what takes us to the next level in terms of communicating which makes sense a lot.
    Plus there is a section that reacts when you don't not really know how to speak so yeah.
     

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