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RLD 600: Lang, Linguistics&Literacy
An advanced course in reading that reflects current research and theory of language acquisition and development as they relate to reading. Topics include phonology, syntax, semantics, text analysis, and sociolinguistics. Prerequisite: Advanced standing and a course in language de...
Professors: McMahon, Susan
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RLD 601: Ortography and Word Recognitio
RESEARCH IN EARLY LITERACY: ORTHOGRAPHY AND WORD RECOGNITION An advanced seminar in literacy that examines the research and theory on emergent literacy, the development of orthographic knowledge and word recognition and explores the influences on early literacy development. Prere...
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RLD 601: Research in Early Literacy
RESEARCH IN EARLY LITERACY: ORTHOGRAPHY AND WORD RECOGNITION An advanced seminar in literacy that examines the research and theory on emergent literacy, the development of orthographic knowledge and word recognition and explores the influences on early literacy development. Prere...
Professors: Degener, Sophie
Terms: Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLD 602: Rdng Comprehension:Rsrch&Appl
This course examines issues in reading comprehension research and instruction. By reading research and theoretical position papers of historical and contemporary significance, participants identify seminal strands of work, critique and evaluate them, and draw instructional implic...
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RLD 603: Hist Issues in Literacy Rsrch
An advanced seminar in literacy, which attempts to acquaint the student with historical trends in literacy research as well as highlighting issues of major significance. It provides the students with opportunity to read and discuss seminal works in literacy that forms the basis f...
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Terms: N/A | Credits: 2
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RLD 604: Current Iss in Literacy Rsrch
This topical seminar is designed to provide students with some in--depth reflections on key issues of contemporary research in reading. Awareness of issues and arguments is developed as well as familiarity with seminal studies and their critical evaluation. Prerequisite: Advanced...
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RLD 606: Instr&Staff Devlp in Rdng⟨
This seminar is designed to help students develop frameworks that identify the critical factors of school literacy programs and the variables central to the process of staff development. Major research programs and theoretical perspectives that have contributed to our knowledge a...
Professors: Ogle, Donna
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RLD 607: Thry&Rsrch in Writing
An advanced seminar in writing, based on a social--cognitive theory, with emphasis on the relationship of the process to cognitive theory, with emphasis on the relationship of the process to cognitive growth, on the functions of writing in the diverse sociocultural and linguistic...
Professors: Berne, Jennifer
Terms: Fall 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLD 690: Adv Internship in Literacy
This field--based experience involves the participant in an applied problem--solving project related to literacy. Possible settings include classrooms, schools, the University, clinic or private sector where the involvement may be in diagnostic/clinical processes, teaching, staff...
Professors: McMahon, Susan
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 1-4
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