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2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
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ELED 136 - Integrated Teaching of Emergent Reading, Writing, and Children’s Literature: Early Childhood Education

Semester Hours: 5
Fall, Spring
Selection, design and organization of rationales, strategies, and materials for the integrated teaching of speaking, reading, writing, and children’s literature appropriate for diverse cultural groups, individual learning styles, and the needs of young children with disabilities in inclusion settings are studied. Family literacy and multicultural materials are studied. Students develop a repertoire of egalitarian materials and methods, and study environmental designs for use with bilingual as well as monolingual English speakers. Students participate in the reflective study of their teaching under close clinical supervision in primary grades. Students must provide transportation to and from assigned placements.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Admission to the early childhood program or the dual program in early childhood education and childhood education; ELED 134  and satisfactory completion of the Writing Proficiency Exam. Successful completion of the New College Writing Program is a prerequisite to admission for New College students.Corequisite: ELED 135  and 136E .





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