|COURSE TITLE||Early Literacy Instruction|
|SCHOOL||School of Education|
Course Description: This course reviews the developmental aspects of literacy acquisition, and provides insights into early literacy processes and instructional practices from multiple perspectives. Candidates will investigate current research on early childhood instructional models and best practices. They will examine their assumptions regarding the concept of balance in integrated literacy programs, as balance relates to the literate environment, organization, and management of early literacy programs, word study, the construction of meaning, the utilization of literature-based programs, differentiation of instruction, and authentic assessment.
|SECTION TITLE:||Early Literacy Instruction|
|CAMPUS:||New York City|
|REQUIRED MATERIAL:||To Be Determined|
|SECTION COMMENTS:||Restricted to Early Childhood Students.
New York City Campus
|05:30 pm - 09:40 pm||M||163 William Street 163WM 2035||05/28/2019 - 07/13/2019|