|Course Number:||EDU 5620 C02|
|Location:||Stern Center for Language & Learning, Williston, VT|
|Dates and Times:||
June 27 and 28, July 29 and 30, August 8 and 9 (9:30-2:30) and October 7, 14 and 28, November 8 and 15 (3:00-6:00)
|Credits:||3 graduate credits|
|Tuition:||Set by and payable to Stern Center for Language & Learning|
Note: Please register directly with the Stern Center for Language & Learning. The Stern Center will then give you the link to Castleton's online registration form. All payments are due and payable to the Stern Center for Language & Learning.
This course focuses on a range of oral/written connections that impact literacy. It will enable participants to understand normal language development and the relationship between oral and written language in light of individual, cultural and contextual influences in order to use that knowledge to develop case studies and plan instruction.
To enable participants to understand normal language development and the relationship between oral and written language in light of individual, cultural and contextual influences in order to use that knowledge to develop case studies and plan instruction.
(Required texts are not included in course cost.)
Speaking and Listening for Preschool Through Third Grade, Lauren B. Resnick and Catherine E. Snow, New Standards, International Reading Standards, 2009
Used copies can be purchased at Amazon and other book sellers
Language and Literacy Development: What Teachers Need to Know by James P Brynes and Barbara A. Wasik, Guildford Press, 2019 This should be pre-ordered as it will not be available until July 2019. Needed for Classes on Days 7-11.
Articles for Required, Jigsaw and Choice readings.