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RLA 307 Overview

This innovative course utilizes an arts integration approach to early language, literacy and child development with a focus on birth to six. Students will learn how to plan, assess and instruct children in concepts of print, alphabet knowledge, the alphabetic principle, phonological awareness, vocabulary and narrative. They will participate in practicum experiences to conduct observations of the language and literacy environments, and to plan and implement read alouds, dramatic play and language and literacy lessons. Prerequisite: EDSED 225, 2.75 GPA in education and overall, and B- or better in CA 108, EN 101, EN 102, and MT 119 or MT 196 (or higher), OR a Praxis CORE Skills Test.

  • 4.00 Credits
  • RLA