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EDU-711 Literacy Applications in ASL/English Bilingual Classrooms K-12

Graduate, Masters


Course Overview

This course addresses literacy instruction through a bilingual and ESL instructional methodology in general bilingual education and their application to a diverse group of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Students will apply the theories and instructional strategies they learn during their practicum experiences, and reflect on these applications through on-line, group activities, and assignments designed to promote the creation of optimal bilingual k-12 classrooms.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
Prerequisites: EDU 707; 311 OR 601; and EDU 621, 631 OR 641; Admission to the program or permission of the program director Co-requisite: EDU 789 Practicum II

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Admissions Requirements

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