Adv Prctm in Reading Intrvntn
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This course is designed for practitioners who will be responsible for developing and administering reading intervention programs for students experiencing difficulties in reading. The course will focus on four main aspects of reading intervention: 1) the nature and causes of reading difficulties; 2) the application of assessment instruments and results to develop assessment-based intervention; 3) research-based intervention models; 4) design, planning, and implementation of effective reading interventions for individuals and small groups. Prerequisites: Foundations of Reading, K-12; Developing Elementary Readers, K-6; Advancing Secondary Readers, 7–12;Reading Assessment and Evaluation, K-12 Field Experience: 15 hours Develop and implement an assessment-based intervention plan designed to meet the instructional needs of a student or small group of students experiencing reading difficulties. (Formerly known as LANG 7806: Advanced Reading Practicum/Seminar.)
Pearson, Elizabeth, "LANG7905-02.Adv Prctm in Reading Intrvntn.F14.Pearson,Elizabeth" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 9024.