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|RED 2301 - College Reading|
This course is designed to prepare prospective teachers (BK-12) to successfully complete the reading portion of the Pre-Professional Skills Test (PRAXIS I). Passing of this test is necessary before admittance to the teacher education program. The course will integrate reading, as well as writing, and critical response to text. Literacy-based strategies will be employed to support students, as they become sophicated readers who interpret, analyze, and evaluate texts. The short essay selections, ranging from 8th to 16th grade level, represent a variety of writing genres, including autobiography, observations, reflection, exxplaining concepts, evaluation, analysis of cause and effect, proposal to solve a problem, and position papers. Many essay selections have multicultural themes to support student awareness of cultural diversity.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Second Undergrad Degree, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
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