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Bachelor of Education (Secondary Teaching) - English Major Teaching Area

Murdoch University

Course details

CRICOS course code: 098365E

Level of study: Undergraduate

Summary

Developing high-quality skills and knowledge in English is essential for young people, as it reaches into so many areas of their lives. English teachers, who share their love of words and appreciation of literature, inspire their students to express their thoughts and ideas, discuss their concerns about issues, as well as develop essential skills in critical literacy. You could provide encouragement for the creative minds of the future with this English teaching qualification.

You’ll learn how to work in a range of teaching contexts and share your love of language as you join lectures, tutorials, discussions and a range of practical placements.

You’ll also practise dealing with challenging behaviour, parent teacher interviews and other situations through our SimLabTM technology. It’s a virtual classroom using actors and avatars – and the only technology of its kind in WA.

3 reasons to study Education at Murdoch

Learn to become a confident and inspiring teacher who can make a real difference to students’ learning experiences.
Take on a range of practical placements which could include metropolitan, rural, remote, international, hard-to-staff, multicultural, hospital, private and state school environments.
Build an online portfolio as part of your degree to share your teaching experience with future employers.

What you’ll learn

Take an in-depth look at the English language, literacy and literature, ranging from classic novels and films to new literacies.
Learn classroom management skills, including how to deal with challenging behaviour and make learning fun.
Discover how to apply your theoretical learning in a range of practical settings.
Find out how to encourage your students to think creatively about the world and the stories we share, and develop an in-depth understanding of the meaning and impact of a vast range of literature
Get inspired to stay curious about the world and commit to lifelong learning throughout your teaching career.

Your future career

This course gives you the qualification you need to teach English to secondary students from Years 7-12, including teaching Year 11 and 12 ATAR English and English Literature, and EALD students.

Professional recognition

After graduating, you would be eligible for accreditation with a range of bodies such as the Teacher Registration Board of WA (TRBWA) and the state, Catholic and independent schools, departments, organisations and associations.

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Key Information

Tuition Fees (AUD$): 28,560 Per Year
Start date: Expected August 2023
Study mode: Full time
Duration: 4 years
Address

Murdoch University

Perth Campus
90 South Street Perth Western Australia 6150
Australia

Entry criteria

Applicants are required to complete secondary education (Year 12 or Australian equivalent) currently or within the last two years are eligible to apply. Entry requirements vary country by country.

Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS): IELTS overall score of 7.0 with no band less than 7.0; Cambridge Advanced English after January 2015 (CAE): 185 overall with no band below 185; Pearson Test of English (PTE): 68 with no band below 68; Test of English as a Foreign Language - IBT (TOEFL IBT): 94 with no band less than 27; Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) (Written English Section): Written English Score 140

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Address

Murdoch University
Perth Campus
90 South Street Perth Western Australia 6150
Australia