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Develop an in-depth knowledge about how to define, promote, and assess an effective culture of literacy at the classroom, school, district, and community levels. In this course, participants review the foundational beginnings of our national culture of literacy. Students read and analyze current research to discuss its application in promoting a rich culture of literacy across all domains of language (reading, writing, listening, and speaking), in a variety of contexts, and with a variety of texts (expository, informational, and narrative). Course content also considers ways in which the language and literacy experiences of all students can contribute to a culture of literacy which honors students' abilities, skills, and diverse backgrounds.
Please note you must be admitted to the Reading Certificate program prior to enrolling in this course.
If you are interested in taking this course for professional development and not to earn the certification, please contact the department at email@example.com.
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Lesley Clear, Ph.D., is an educational consultant to UCI Division of Continuing Education. Dr. Clear has been an ESL instructor in Japan and Hungary and an EFL teacher trainer in Hungary, Ukraine, Chile and Argentina. She received the 1996-1997 UCI Division of Continuing Education Distinguished Instructor Award, and UCI Division of Continuing Education's Distinguished Service Award in 2004.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
THE LITERACY COACHS SURVIVAL GUIDE: ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS AND PRACTICAL
Book - ISBN: 9780872071568
Cathy A. Toll, 2 ed, International Reading Association
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