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Elementary Reading And Writing Strategies

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This course empowers participants to support diverse elementary students to read and write with ease and confidence. Participants explore the principles, theories, and standards that help students read and write well. In particular, participants explore reading and writing materials, instructional tools and strategies, and assessment techniques.

This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 4 weeks

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    Foundations of Reading and Writing Development

    • Examine language development and literacy theories.
    • Analyze state and national standards related to reading and writing.
    • Identify the stages of the writing process.

    Reading Instruction

    • Identify reading materials and technology resources.
    • Evaluate instructional strategies for reading.
    • Adapt reading instruction for diverse learners.

    Writing Instruction

    • Identify writing materials and technology resources.
    • Evaluate instructional strategies for writing.
    • Adapt writing instruction for diverse learners.
    • Develop instruction for writing as a response to reading.

    Assessment of Reading and Writing

    • Determine assessment tools for reading and writing.
    • Analyze formative assessment strategies for reading and writing.
    • Analyze assessment data to improve reading and writing skills.
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