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REED 311: No Title
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Professors: COSKEY, S
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REED 312: No Title
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Professors: COSKEY, S
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REED 313: Foundations of Reading Instruction
A basic course to develop the competency of Elementary Education students to teach reading. The major approaches to reading instruction, with an emphasis on skill instructional techniques, are stressed. Lectures, videotapes, films, and demonstrations cover classroom teaching and ...
Professors: BRINK, S; COSKEY, S; TARTAR, D
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REED 315: Teaching Reading to Students with Special Needs
This course will prepare prospective teachers to provide effective reading instruction to students with special needs which are categorized into four broad areas. The areas are 1) the needs of handicapped readers including the learning disabled, mentally retarded, visually and he...
Professors: GARRISON, H
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REED 321: Teaching of Reading in the Secondary School
Students demonstrate competency in utilizing secondary content area reading material to assist young people in developing comprehension and study skills. Prerequisite: PSED 161.
Professors: GIBB, A
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REED 521: Language and the Reading Process
This course is designed to examine the nature of language, acquisition of language, dialects, and the influence these factors have on reading ability. Recent applications of linguistic theory to reading instruction are also covered. Competency prerequisites.
Professors: SUTTON, R; SUTTON, RM
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REED 522: THEOR MODELS READ&LITR
In this course, students consider the historical perspective, the current theories, and the future directions of reading instruction. Participants examine diverse approaches to reading, engage in productive discussion, and explore the knowledge base from which reading educators w...
Professors: MCLAUGHLIN, M
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REED 523: ANALYS INSTR TECH READ
This course is a survey of the major areas of difficulty in the reading process, a study of the methods suitable for attaining desired goals in reading, and an evaluation of teaching materials.
Professors: ALLEN, MB
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REED 524: Reading Clinic Practicum
This course consists of a guided and supervised practical application of principles and theories of teaching reading. Competency prerequisites.
Professors: ROCK, ME
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REED 526: Development of The School Reading Program
This course defines the various reading specializations, the duties and responsibilities of the Reading specialists, and provides students an opportunity to develop and administer reading programs suitable for specific school situations. Competency prerequisites.
Professors: ALLEN, MB
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