ACADEMIC INTERVENTION I
2015 Summer Term
Special Education 486
The course is about reading for students with problems and disabilities through the use of theories, models, and specific research-based programs in phonemic awareness, decoding, reading and comprehension. We will examine the processes and skills children and adolescents engage in to read and understand literature and content within the curriculum. Specifically the difficulties encountered by students with language and learning differences will be reviewed and research providing "best practices" in teaching phonemic awareness, reading, decoding, and comprehension as a tool for literacy development will be emphasized. Students will develop personal philosophies and review and implement instructional strategies for teaching the development and fluency aspects of phonemic awareness, reading, decoding, and comprehension withing the special and regular curriculum.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: SPECED 205, SPECED 324, SPECED 325, SPECED 361, SPECED 426, SPECFLD 385 AND ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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