Language and Literacy for the Young Child - WIN
Three semester hours. (FL/SP/SS-Odd)
This course provides an understanding of the underlying theoretical principles and developmental patterns related to language and literacy development in children. Research-based best practices in early elementary grade settings and authentic assessment of children’s progress in literacy development is emphasized. The course also includes a supervised school-based service learning component. This is designated as a “Writing Intensive” (WIN) course in which writing will play a central role in the learning process, and in which grades earned on written work will constitute a significant portion of the course grades. Prerequisites: PSYC 2314; admitted to and in good standing in the College of Education.
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