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|ED 546 - Teaching Elementary School Language Arts|
This course addresses content related to multisensory instructional strategies that can be used to teach reading, writing, listening, speaking, and language as well as the application of structured literacy instruction and developmentally-appropriate assessment techniques that can be used in K-6 classrooms. Through targeted experiences in the university and elementary classroom settings, candidates will expand their knowledge and ability to apply the essential principles and practices of structured literacy instruction, multisensory teaching strategies to promote vocabulary, listening and reading comprehension, phonics and word recognition, automatic and fluent reading of text with a focus on comprehension, and professional dispositions and practices. Graduate students will complete additional research and/or teaching requirements to demonstrate advanced levels of academic and professional competency. Prereqs: Successful completion of Methods Block Coursework.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid - do not use, Lecture, Online - do not use
Teaching, Leadership, & Tech Department
Textbook information for this course.
Must be enrolled in one of the following Programs:
MEd in Elementary Education
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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