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READ 500 Language Acquisition and Development

Content: Theories of how first and second languages (written and spoken) are acquired, the importance of first-language development and its relationship to the acquisition of other languages, and the relationship of language to cognitive development. Understanding of these issues is used to promote a school environment that honors diverse perspectives and maximizes language learning potential and ensures respect for communities whose languages or varieties of English differ from standard school English. Required for the Reading Interventionist and ESOL endorsements. The initial course in the Reading Interventionist endorsement sequence and recommended preparation for other language arts offerings.
Prerequisites: None.
Credits: 3 semester hours.

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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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...class time to critically reading the primary literature...a GPA of 3.500 or higher in...

English

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...department teaches students to read literary texts attentively...major GPA of 3.500 or above may...

Rhetoric and Media Studies

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...learning agreement, including additional readings and written assignments...point average of 3.500 or higher overall...

Asian Studies

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...of internship or directed reading toward the elective...a GPA of 3.500 or higher in...

World Languages and Literatures

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...English, to think and read critically, and to...a GPA of 3.500 or higher in...

Reading Intervention Endorsement

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The Reading Intervention Endorsement Program applies a dynamic view of literacy to reading and writing instruction in schools. The program's theoretical base owes much to the work of Donald Murray, Linda Rief, Stephanie Harvey, Ellin Keene, Stephen Krashen, Donald Graves, Louise Rosenblatt, and others who believe that reading, writing, listening, and speaking are all language processes. Language users interact with text—oral, written, and visual—to construct meaning and create meaningful stories.

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