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Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Special Education (SPED)
SPED
6203
Research and Practice: Diagnostic Reading for Exceptional Learners
Diag Read Exceptional Learner
Summer 2017
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Seminar
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Understanding the reading process and knowledge of diagnostic measures and instructional interventions to promote reading competency for students with disabilities.
a) Understand the role of early/emergent literacy skills in reading development.
b) Describe the theories, frameworks, and research base of language development.
c) Understand the impact of language disorders on reading development.
d) Demonstrate an understanding of the process and components of literacy acquisition.
e) Describe elements of balanced reading instruction.
f) Evaluate the evidence base of instructional strategies in reading instruction for students with disabilities.
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