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EDU 643 FE Reading Literature II (4056)

This one-credit lab will enable students to apply their understanding of pedagogical theory in actual classrooms. Students investigate the relationship between concept development and instructional practices in classrooms.

EDU 646 Language and Culture (5915, 711) (3 credits)

This course introduces candidates to key theories, issues, and research-based practices related to serving culturally and linguistically diverse students (Pre-K-12), with a special focus on students who are commonly referred to as English language learners (ELLs). Candidates will explore the many dimensions of culture and language. They will also learn how to align the PA Language Proficiency Standards with the PA academic standards to plan instruction in a culturally and linguistically diverse setting. Assigned readings, class discussions, video recordings, library and online research, and a field experience in a culturally and linguistically diverse classroom will engage candidates in the course topics.

EDU 646F FE: Language and Culture (1 credit)

This is a one-credit lab that enables students to apply their understanding of key theories, issues, and practices related to promoting the language and literacy development of culturally and linguistically diverse students (Pre-K-12), with a special focus on English language learners (ELLs).

EDU 647 Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum (4105) (3 credits)

The teaching of reading in various fields in middle and secondary schools will be the focus of this course. Topics examined will include reading in the school programs, problems in curricular materials, meeting individual needs, general and specific reading/study skills, critical reading, and adjustment of instruction to meet individual learning styles. Special focus on the use of audiovisual materials in the classroom is a core component of the course. Restricted to students in Level I Secondary Certification programs.

Prerequisite: EDU 551 (4035).