EDU 380-20 South Africa: Service and Interdisciplinary Study
This international course examines South Africa's political history, traditional and colonial cultures, religions, the new South Africa of the post-apartheid era, and social challenges related to education, poverty and health care. Students do service work with organizations and schools in the Cape Town area and travel to historic sites in Soweto, Johannesburg, District Six, Robben Island, the Cape of Good Hope and Entabeni game reserve. Class meets February 19, March 19, April 16 and May 14. Travel dates: July 15 to August 2, 2014.
July 15–August 2, 2014
Therese Wehman, Nancy Lee
EED 314-GR Literacy I–Learning Language: Emergent/Early Literacy
An advanced study of how young children develop language skills in early childhood and the primary grades. Developmental reading instruction, support, materials, and resources are included. Focus areas include theoretical foundations and methodological approaches needed to integrate children's developing skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: EED 210 or SPE 250. Not to be taken concurrently with EED 315. It is strongly recommended that EED 314 be taken prior to EED 315 in programs of study where both courses are required.
June 9–July 19, 2014
Lecture: Monday, Wednesday
5:00–8:30 p.m., Circle Hall, Room 304
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