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ED 367 Language and Literacy II 3 Cr.

Students gain in depth knowledge of phonetics, phonology, orthography and morphology which are the building blocks for effective teaching of word recognition, vocabulary and spelling. Various methodologies for teaching vocabulary acquisition and reading comprehension are emphasized in this course as well as story grammar and approaches to effectively teach writing. Students learn strategies for assessment and instructional intervention and work closely with the State of Vermont endorsement requirements as well as the Common Core standards. 3 Lecture hours. Prerequisite: ED 361 (Spring).

Education

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The Education program has majors leading to a BS in Elementary Education, a BS in Physical Education preK-12, and Mathematics students may work toward a second major in Education if they are interested in teaching at the secondary level. Mathematics students interested in pursuing a recommendation for a teaching license in the State of Vermont must complete all of the designated requirements for the Mathematics major, and they must complete a sequence of Education courses to help prepare them to become secondary mathematics teachers.