EDD 370 - Reading/Emergent Literacy
Prerequisite(s): EDD 349
This course is a study of the development of the language and communication skills in young deaf children (birth to grade three) and the patterns of instruction, interaction, and experience which facilitate that development. Particular attention will be given to experiential and mediated learning models contextualized within the content area of Social Science.
Students will explore phonological, semantic, and pragmatic components of language in both expressive and receptive contexts and across multiple modalities (e.g., ASL, Listening and Spoken Language, Cued American English) and across multiple content areas with particular focus on Social Science.
This course addresses state and national certification standards required for students enrolled in the undergraduate Deaf Education Program. Offered Spring Semester only
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