Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021

EDUC 4405 Exploration and Analysis of Reading Environments

Proficient reading contributes to learning in academic and personal growth. It is essential that beginning teachers develop a thorough knowledge about methods and materials appropriate for teaching children to read for comprehension and enjoyment. This course enables students to synthesize their prior knowledge of the reading and writing process and to further investigate best instructional practices in a literate environment. There will be 15 hours of directed field experiences embedded into this course. A pre-service certificate is required for this course.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

EDUC 3338 and EDUC 2251

Typically Offered

fall, spring