Literacy class

Content Areas and Literacy Core

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CONTENT AREAS
Early Childhood/Elementary

ELEM 293: Laboratory Experiences in the Elementary Classroom - Designed to provide instructional and non-instructional teaching experiences with elementary grade students under the direct coaching of a host teacher. Contact: Dr. Linda Pickett
--Syllabus
--Classroom Environment Observation
--Context for Learning
--Getting to Know You
--Reading Aloud
--School Community Presentation

Field Experience (Junior Year):
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Fall 2017 Overview Video

--Early Childhood Intro and Overview
--Elementary Intro and Overview

LITERACY CORE
READ 370: Reading and Written Expression Methods I - Candidates gain the knowledge and skill to assess and teach reading and writing to emergent, beginning, and struggling readers and writers. Contact: Dr. Kavin Ming
Overview:
--Syllabus
--Video Resources 

READ 380: Reading and Written Expression Methods II - Candidates gain the knowledge and skill to assess and teach reading and writing to transitional, intermediate, and advanced readers and writers. Contact: Dr. Kavin Ming
Overview
--Syllabus
--Video Resources 
--Improving Adolescent Literacy (guide from the Institute of Education Sciences)
Before, During, & After Reading
--Comprehension Strategies
Decipher Meaning:
--Vocabulary Strategies