Dec 01, 2021
EDEL 476 - Integrated Humanities at the Middle-level Grades
This course focuses on integrated instructional strategies and methods for working with middle-level (grades 4-9) students in the humanities (English, reading, social studies, history, civics, economics, and geography) content areas. EDEL 476 and ENG 476 are cross-listed; students may not receive credit for both.
Prerequisites: ENG 320 and admission to the teacher education or hold a valid Washington teaching certificate.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Utilize Reading and Language Arts theories and research related to communication through reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and thinking.
- Align reading skills through the learning progressions to state and national standards.
- Curriculum development of student integration projects that Incorporates literature, language arts, and social studies (history, geology, economics, civics, and social studies).
- Integrate literacy experiences in all learning environments.
- Develop learning progressions that utilizes meta-cognition reading strategies.
- Utilize current standards and the essential components of reading fluency, phonics, vocabulary and comprehension as they apply to the humanities for the young adolescent.
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