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LA 567 Literacy II: Planning in the Language Arts Pre-K-8

Content: Planning for instruction that supports children's language and literacy development from Pre-K through the middle grades. Focus is on theoretical foundations of literacy, meaning construction across-symbol systems, early reading and writing behavior, meaning centered instructional practices, and knowledge and instructional practices relating to word recognition skills and comprehension processes. Includes a wide range of culturally responsive practices, assessment approaches, and materials to promote literacy learning, as well as the concept of media literacy. Children's literature will be integrated as it pertains to the content of this course.
Prerequisites: LA 566.
Restrictions: Admission to Early Childhood/Elementary Program.
Credits: 2 semester hours.