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Graduate Reading

2016 Fall Term

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3 Units

FOUNDATIONS OF READING

Reading 764

An overview of the elementary developmental reading program including the skills necessary for critical reading; development of appropriate attitudes and tastes, and adjustment of materials and methods to meet individual needs.


5 Units

CLASSROOM LITERACY ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION (K-12)

Reading 767

A course designed to provide experience in the use of informal assessment to plan, implement, evaluate and revise instruction to meet the needs and interests of the struggling reader in the K-12 classroom setting. Meeting the literacy needs of children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds is emphasized A practicum component is integrated into the course.


3 Units

PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING READING PROGRAMS

Reading 771

A study of the process and procedures which may be employed in planning and implementing defensible reading programs. Students are involved in planning individual programs appropriate for their school or system.

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