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RLR 501: Teaching Beginning Reading
TEACHING BEGINNING READING This course introduces theoretical orientations to reading processes as well as methods and materials for teaching beginning reading. The course emphasizes methods for assessing and teaching that capitalize on the spoken language competence and facets o...
Professors: Bates, Ann; Braun, Patricia; Cummins, Sunday; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLR 502: Tchng Comprhnsn & Content Rdng
TEACHING COMPREHENSION AND CONTENT READING This course introduces theories and models of comprehension and implications of these constructs for the teaching of reading comprehension and content reading across grades 1-12 in classrooms containing students of diverse languages, cul...
Professors: Berne, Jennifer; Cummins, Sunday; Fisher, Peter; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLR 503: Tchng Content&Adv Rdng
TEACHING CONTENT AREA AND ADVANCED READING FOR GRADE 5 - 12 Candidates in this course will focus on the development of mature reading for their students, particularly reading to learn from expository text materials, digital texts and other media. The course also centers on teachi...
Professors: Katz, Claudia
Terms: Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLR 505: R&L Instr of Ling Div Std K-12
READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS INSTRUCTION OF LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS (K-9) This course focuses on the literacy instruction of children of diverse linguistic backgrounds (K-9) in all types of classrooms. Students will become familiar with biliterate (including native language)...
Professors: Quiroa, Ruth
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RLR 510: Diagnosis and Assmnt of Rdng
DIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF READING This course introduces a framework for understanding reading difficulty and its assessment and diagnosis. Participants learn how to administer and interpret literacy assessments and use other diagnostic techniques with diverse populations in or...
Professors: Bates, Ann; Boyle, Meagan; Gurvitz, Debra; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLR 511: Corrective Techn Rdg Specialst
CORRECTIVE TECHNIQUES FOR THE READING SPECIALIST This course introduces theoretical and practical perspectives on instruction and teaching techniques to use with readers experiencing difficulty (grades 1 through 12). A series of case studies (students at different reading ability...
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RLR 518: Ldrshp & Prof Dev in Reading
LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN READING The responsibilities of the reading specialist and supervisor are described and examined with an emphasis on leadership in the development and monitoring of reading and writing programs. Standards testing and evaluation, program ...
Professors: Cieply, Charlotte; Gurvitz, Debra; McMahon, Susan
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLR 583: WS/Rdng/Contemp Issues
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RLR 593: Seminar in Rdng Research
SEMINAR IN READING RESEARCH Historical trends in reading research are examined. Different theoretical models will be examined in light of current research findings and perspectives on research based practice. Students will be encouraged to use this information in synthesizing the...
Professors: Cummins, Sunday; Degener, Sophie; Fisher, Peter; (more)
Terms: Fall 11-12 Winter 11-12 | Credits: 3
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RLR 594: IS/Rdng Ed
Provides graduate students in reading education degree programs with an opportunity to pursue advanced scholarly study in special areas or to investigate a practical school problem. Special forms must be obtained from the Graduate Administrative Office and completed before regist...
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