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Course Descriptions

EED525 Fundamentals of Reading

Presents an overview of the reading process. Discusses current models of reading. Emphasizes comprehension strategies and word recognition skills, along with an overview of diagnostic procedures, from early reading stages through the middle school years. This course is designed for graduate students who have no previous formal college-level course work in the teaching of reading. Open only to students who have never taken a reading course or have not taken a reading course in five years.

Credits

  • 3

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate

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