2011-12 Course Descriptions

READ - Reading
Department of Curriculum and Instruction (CEHS)
 

READ 322 Reading in Secondary Content Areas (3-0-3). Designed to analyze reading skills involved in secondary content areas, including techniques of teaching study skills, improving comprehension, and vocabulary growth. Prerequisites: EDUC 211 and 221. Admission to Teacher Education Program required. 

READ 363 Foundations of Reading (3-0-3). Introduces current reading theory, practice, and approaches in developmental reading, age 3 through grade 12. Prerequisites: EDUC 211 and EDUC 250. Admission to Teacher Education Program required. 

READ 460 Reading Assessment and Instruction (3-0-3). A field-based course emphasizing informal and observational assessment approaches to correction of reading problems, age 3 through grade 12. Prerequisites: EDUC 211; READ 363. Admission to Teacher Education Program required. 

READ 464 Reading-Writing Connection (3-0-3). A study of the related language arts taught in the elementary school. Prerequisites: EDUC 211, EDUC 250 and READ 363. Admission to Teacher Education Program required. Same as READ 564. 

READ 480 Problems in Reading (3-0-3).  Field-based application of reading instruction and assessment methods.  Course emphasizes data-driven decision making and differentiated instruction in reading. Prerequisite: READ 363. Admission to Teacher Education Program required. 

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