rdg201ca | undergraduate
Reading And Writing Concepts
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Describe the stages of early reading development.
Describe the nature of reading for older readers.
Examine issues related to reading development of English language learners.
- Define phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Identify implications of reading development for P-12 instruction.
- Examine different reading theories.
- Identify developmental writing stages.
- Identify writing conventions.
- Examine issues related to writing development of English language learners.
- Identify implications of writing development for P-12 instruction.
- Describe the stages of the writing process.
- Identify developmental spelling stages.
- Examine issues related to spelling development of English language learners.
- Examine interrelationships among reading, writing, and spelling.
- Identify implications of spelling development for P-12 instruction.
- Identify the rationale for teaching handwriting.
- Compare and contrast different types of handwriting models.
- Examine issues related to the teaching of handwriting.
- Examine theories of oral language acquisition.
- Compare the organization and structure of oral and written language.
- Define language and its properties.
- Examine theories of second language acquisition.
- Describe social-cultural contexts in language development.
Identify implications of language development for P-12 instruction.
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