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School:
Wayne State College
Course:
Edu 340 - Early Reading
Early Reading Documents

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Syllabus for EDU 340 Early Reading and Language Arts Wayne State College Spring 2010 Instructor Judy Moeller Office Brandenburg 117 Class Meetings EDU34001 M W 9 00 10 50 Room 218 EDU34002 T R 9 00 10 50 Room 218 Telephone 402 375 7382 E mail jumoell1 wsc edu Office Hours M 1 00 4 00 TW 12 00 2 00 R 1 00 3 00 F Not on campus Website https academic wsc edu faculty jumoell1 Required Textbooks Morrow Lesley Mandel 2009 Literacy development in the early years 6th edition Boston MA Pearson Allyn Bacon Zaner Bloser Self instruction in handwriting Columbus OH Zaner Bloser Inc Phonics and word study level C 2008 Elizabethtown PA Continental Press Prerequisite completion of Gateway Two EDU 216 EDU 275 or SPD 260 Course Description Current methods materials and research findings related to the teaching of the six language arts in a balanced program up through the primary level with special emphasis on reading and writing Comprehension fluency phonemic awareness and phonics instruction will be addressed Organizing Theme Teachers who inquire and reflect to facilitate learning for all Vision Statement Consistent with the vision of Wayne State College the undergraduate teacher preparation unit will provide regional leadership and service to individuals schools and communities Both candidates and faculty will work in partnership with region schools to improve educational opportunities for all students Mission Statement The mission of the undergraduate teacher preparation unit is to facilitate the development of dynamic professional educators who collaborate for the benefit of self and others school community and the profession This mission is accomplished through inquiry reflection field based learning experiences excellence in teaching and learning and regional service The professional education unit in conjunction with the student college and community is responsible for bringing theory and practice together through inquiry and reflection to facilitate learning and development



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