EDUC 373: Reading in the Content Area
This class is full for the Fall 2012 semester.
This is a three-hour courser designed to:
- Provide an introduction to a variety of issues currently faced by lateral-entry teachers.
- Raise awareness of and provide access to valuable online instructional resources.
- Provide analysis of and opportunities to practice a number of instructional strategies.
- Examine, review, and create powerful lesson plans for maximize student achievement.
Students will make reflective decisions based on information gained in class and in their respective content-area classrooms. Since this course requires putting what you learn into practice, you must be a lateral entry teacher working in your field of certification for this course.
Literacy/Reading (General Pedagogy)
A complete listing of courses offered at UNC Asheville that have been approved for RALC competencies are available. (PDF, 72 KB)
Dr. April Spencer, email@example.com
828.418.0011, ext #20
Susan Allman, firstname.lastname@example.org
I read it but I don't get it: comprehension strategies for adolescent readers, Cris Tovani, ISBN 1-57110-089X
This course runs on the university academic calendar, Fall semester, Term 2.
Class will meet via teleconference on four Tuesday evenings, 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Dates are: October 16, 30, November 13, and December 4.
This course is delivered 50% online and 50% via teleconference. Teleconference sites are located throughout the state to facilitate access to all of North Carolina's lateral entry teachers. Sites are: UNC Asheville, Appalachian State University, Johnston Community College (Smithfield, NC), UNC Charlotte, and UNC Wilmington.
Last edited by email@example.com on September 21, 2012