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EDLS 560 Reading and Writing in the Content Areas (7-12) 3.0 Credits

Students will learn how to identify and explain specific reading and writing expectations of the content areas as described in national and state standards. Language and reading development during adolescence will be explained with supporting evidence from theory and research. Major theories of reading and writing processes will bell be explored to understand needs of all learners in diverse contexts, and develop and implement the curriculum to meet the specific needs of struggling readers. Students will also learn how to support teachers in the design, implementation and evaluation of reading and writing curriculum that is responsive to diverse learners. This course has a Stage 1-2 field component, successful completion of the field component is required for recommendation for certification.

College/Department: School of Education
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EDLS 550 [Min Grade: B]

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