MASON EDRD 620 - Syllabus (20 pages)

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School:
George Mason University
Course:
Edrd 620 - Reading/Writing in Foreign/World Languages

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EDRD 620 TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN FOREIGN WORLD LANGUAGES IN PK 12 SCHOOLS Spring 2005 Thursday 7 20 10 00 PM Mailing Address Dr Marjorie Hall Haley Graduate School of Education MSN 4B3 George Mason University Fairfax VA 22030 Office Robinson A 315 Office hours By Appointment Thursday 6 30 7 00 PM Tel 703 993 8710 FAX 703 993 3336 Email mhaley infionline net COURSE OUTLINE A Course Description This course provides an introduction to the reading writing processes in foreign second languages research on reading comprehension and effective teaching and assessment approaches for students in K 12 schools Among the topics addressed are reading goals and standards for foreign language learning socio cultural perspectives on reading and writing multimedia computer assisted reading interaction between reading and writing research on teaching reading and writing strategies effective reading skills and strategies and performance based assessments of reading and writing Texts Required 1 Course Packet Reader Special Topics in Education EDRD 620 Teaching Reading Writing in Foreign World Languages K 12 Available in the Prince William campus Bookstore Price 23 87 2 Required CD Rom 50 Years of Northeast Conference Report Price 20 Make checks payable to Northeast Conf on the Teaching of Foreign Languages NECTFL 3 ACTFL Performance Guidelines K 12 Learners Reading and Writing found at www actfl org 4 Subscribe free On line Journal Reading in a Foreign Language http nflrc hawaii edu rfl 5 Teaching Foreign Languages TFL Library Web www learner org Optional 1 Hall Haley M Austin T 2004 Content based second language teaching and learning An interactive approach Allyn Bacon Boston MA 2 Hall Joan 2001 Methods of teaching foreign languages New Jersey Merill Prentice Hall CEHD Page 1 2 9 2005 1 3 Carrell P 1992 Interactive approaches to second language reading Cambridge University Press B Course Outcomes Students completing EDRD 620 will 1 Be able to demonstrate ability to teach



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