Reading Across the Curriculum™


Course Description:

Explore reading strategies designed to enhance comprehension in your content area. Apply best practices related to types of text, reading assessments, fluency, motivation, vocabulary, and note taking. Develop reading plans, lessons, and rubrics.

Credit Hours: 3

Required Text: Chapman, C., & King, R. (2009). Differentiated instructional strategies for reading in the content areas (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Course Syllabus: Click to Download

 

Course Project:

Graduate courses include a course project designed to strengthen your professional practice and extend your knowledge related to the specific content of the course. An example on-site and online course project are included for your review.

Note to All Registrants:

Please note that instructors will no longer accept tuition payments on the first day of class. All tuition payments must be made prior to the first day of class.

In addition,

  • There is a required $10 material fee that provides access to digital course materials.* (The digital materials are identical to the printed materials.)
  • You have the option to purchase a printed manual for an additional $30.

*After you register and your class is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation letter outlining how to access digital materials. If you choose digital materials (no printed manual), there may be a small file of pages you will need to print and bring to class. You will also need to access these digital materials during the course, so be prepared to bring your own device (B.Y.O.D.) to each class. If you pre-ordered a printed manual, it will be provided to you on the first day of class.



Course Alignment:

Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching Alignments

Domain One 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, and 1F
Domain Two 2A and 2B
Domain Three 3A, 3B, 3C, and 3D
Domain Four 4A, 4E, and 4F

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