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INED 512 Overview

The content of this course includes examination, discussion, and application of: teacher and student strategies for promotion of word identification, fluency, vocabulary development, comprehension, study skills, and written expression; selection and use of appropriate adolescent literature; formats for organizing classroom literacy instruction; and practice and procedures for assessing and monitoring literacy progress, and making instructional decisions and recommendations based on those assessments. The emphasis for students who enroll in this course will be literacy learning and instruction for children reading at a wide range of reading abilities, ranging from the upper elementary, middle, to high school levels.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • INED