Feb 02, 2023  
The University of North Carolina Pembroke 2014-2015 Catalog 
    
The University of North Carolina Pembroke 2014-2015 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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RDG 2020. Reading and Writing through Literature (3 credits)


This course is built upon the literacy knowledge base candidates have gained in the reading education concentration as candidates develop their understanding of reading and writing as tools for thinking, learning, and living. Specifically in this course candidates will examine a variety of developmentally appropriate resources for cross‐curricular classroom use, appropriate strategies for evaluation and selection of those resources, and current issues that affect curriculum decisions. Likewise, literacy strategies that create independence in reading and writing across the content areas are also emphasized to accomplish the goal of creating confident, critical thinkers and literacy users. As candidates respond to and integrate children’s literature, technology, and content reading strategies, a goal of this course is to become reflective about responding to text, creating meaning from text, and internalizing strategies to support learning about the world and understand the society in which we live. Field Experience Required. PREREQ: Admission to Teacher Education and RDG 2000 .



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