Course : Diag-Corr Reading Difficulties
- Course Number
- Section Number
- Summer I 2022
- Bridwell Hall, 204
- Dr. SuHua Huang
- Days & Times
- Final Exam Day/Time
- Thursday, June 30, 2022 10:10 am - 12:10 pm
1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of informal assessment measures and will select and use various assessment instruments appropriate for children they are tutoring (ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR Competency 2, 13).
2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of how to use a childâs literacy strengths to meet his/her literacy needs as the students plan and carry out appropriate literacy lessons for the children they are tutoring(ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR competency 2, 13,).
3. Students will demonstrate knowledge of reading and writing processes and will select appropriate literacy methods, strategies, and materials for the children they are tutoring (STR standards, EC-6 Core Subjects ELAR Standards and competencies, PPR standards)
4. Students will analyze and interpret informal diagnostic data in order to develop tutoring lessons appropriate for the strengths and needs of the children they are tutoring(ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR competency 2, 13).
5. Students will demonstrate knowledge of how to document and monitor childrenâs literacy progress (ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR competency 2, 13).
6. Students will analyze and adjust their own instruction as needed to assist children to develop their literacy abilities (ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR competency 2, 13).
7. Students will demonstrate knowledge of a variety of reading teaching methods, reading and writing strategies, and materials to assist children with reading and writing including technology implementation plans (ILA standards 1-6, STR standards, EC-6 Core Subjects ELAR Standards and competencies, PPR standards).
8. Students will synthesize diagnostic data obtained from informal assessments, lesson plans, and lesson reflections in a case study report and presentation (ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR competency 2, 13).
9. Students will engage with classroom teachers and parents by sharing their case study report about the childrenâs learning progress (ILA standard 7, PPR (f), STR standards, STR competency 2, 13).
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