SEED 7604T- Curriculum & Instruction in Literacy & Language Arts

45 hours plus conference; 3 credits

Study and analysis of curriculum design and instructional and assessment practices shaped by research in literacy and its relation to English Language Arts in grades 7-12. Collaborative investigation of literacy theories as a linguistic, sociocultural, and political practice for all students, but especially for those who have been poorly served educationally due to race/ethnicity, social class, nationality/language, gender, dis/ability, and sexuality. Develop and deepen understanding of multiple literacies whether print-based, cultural, multimodal, or digital. Alignment of instruction with state and national standards.


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