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Number:ED334
Name:Language Development/Early Literacy
Description:In this course students study the methods and materials used to promote effective skills of listening, speaking, and vocabulary development in early childhood. Activities for teaching pre-writing, pre-reading, and criteria for selecting appropriate children's books will also be examined.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):
Junior standing and 12 credits in education, concurrent enrollment in ED338 or permission

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Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
F 2012 Building a Foundation for Preschool Literacy: Effective Inst 0-87207-700-4 Vukelich, Carol 2ND 09 International Reading Ass
F 2012 Learning about Print in Preschool: Working with Letters, Wor 0-87207-477-3 Strickland, Dorothy 2ND 09 International Reading Ass
F 2012 Oral Language and Early Literacy in Preschool: Talking, Read 0-87207-693-8 Roskos, Kathy 2ND 09 International Reading Ass
F 2012 Starting out Right : A Guide to Promoting Children's Reading 0-309-06410-4 Burns, M. Susan (Ed. 1999 National Academy Press
F 2012 Writing in Preschool 87-520-7691-1 Schickedanz, Judith 2ND 09 International Reading Ass
S 2011 BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR 0-87207-700-4 VUKELICH 2 ASSN F/SUPE
S 2011 LEARNING ABOUT PRINT IN P 0-87207-477-3 STRICKLAND 2 ASSN F/SUPE
S 2011 ORAL LANGUAGE & EARLY LIT 0-87207-693-8 ROSKOS 2 ASSN F/SUPE
S 2011 STARTING OUT RIGHT 0-309-06410-4 NATIONAL RES NATIONAL AC
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