Feb 03, 2023  
2022-23 Catalog 
    
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ED 463 - Reading and Language Arts Methods B


4 credits
Examines the process of literacy development in an interrelated context of reading, writing, thinking, speaking, and active listening. Examines the current theories, strategies, pedagogy, and digital tools for grades 3-8 necessary to promote an educated, diverse society that meets language and literacy demands of the twenty-first century. Students practice essential literacy concepts: function, syntax, and discourse through their lesson design and application of literacy content in student teaching settings. Multiple methods of assessment are explored and practiced to ensure that students can assess literacy development in authentic ways that inform classroom instruction. Activities emphasize a multicultural/inclusive perspective with a focus on English Language Learner development, learning styles, skills, strengths, and collaboration through exploring content area reading comprehension, reader/writer workshops, literacy centers and literature circles in grades 3-8. ​ Prerequisite(s): ED 363  . Restricted to seniors in the Licensure Track or with instructor approval.
* This course was formerly offered under a different number; students who took the following course(s) will not receive additional credit unless the course is stated to be repeatable in the description above: ED 463B.
Graded (A-F) only



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