EDUC 3401 Language and Literacy Development in Adolescence Education and Special Subjects
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as EDUC 64.1.
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3 hours recitation, 25 hours field experience; 3 credits
Current theory and methods of teaching the use of written and spoken language in all subject areas of the curriculum from grades 7 to 12. Includes issues of language development and diversity, differences between written and spoken language, teaching students of diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds and those with special needs, and the relationship between identity formation and writing, reading, and speaking. (Not open to students who have completed Education 64).
Prerequisite:Education 2001  and Education 2002 .
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