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RLA 318 Overview

This is a practical course designed to help content area teacher candidates become effective teachers of reading in the classroom setting. Its focus is on helping teacher candidates improve students’ ability to learn content through reading and use literate thinking across disciplines. Teacher candidates will learn ways to effectively engage students in reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing to think about and learn content in their discipline. Topics explored in this course include disciplinary literacy, academic vocabulary and comprehension of readers and writers within and across disciplines. A 20-hour practicum component, which is held in a middle/secondary school setting, is a course requirement. Prerequisite: EDSED 225 or admission to literacy minor.

  • 4.00 Credits
  • RLA

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Rdg/Lang Arts in Middle/Sec School - 2021 Fall RLA 318

This is a practical course designed to help content area teacher candidates become effective teachers of reading in the classroom setting. Its focus is on helping teacher candidates improve students’ ability to learn content through reading and use literate thinking across disciplines. Teacher candidates will learn ways to effectively engage students in reading, writing, speaking, listening and viewing to think about and learn content in their discipline. Topics explored in this course include disciplinary literacy, academic vocabulary and comprehension of readers and writers within and across disciplines. A 20-hour practicum component, which is held in a middle/secondary school setting, is a course requirement.

Course Code: RLA 318

8/23/2021 - 12/12/2021

T, R 9:00 AM - 10:40 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus