Language and Emergent Literacy
This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):
Language and early literacy skills are foundational for life-long success; therefore, educators must possess the knowledge and skills to create, prepare and evaluate language-rich environments. Students examine the natural progression of language and literacy development and explore strategies and materials essential for environments that support the multi-dimensional language and literacy skills of children from birth to twelve years of age. Students explore parental involvement as literacy partners, a variety of language and literacy programs and current practices implemented in early learning environments.
ENL1904F and FAM1247
|Section ||Date(s) ||Day(s) ||Time ||Price || |
|521 ||Mar 14 - May 2 ||Tue, Thu ||7pm - 10pm ||$390.95 || |
|Section ||Date(s) ||Mode||Price || |
|800 ||Jan 10 - Mar 10||Online||$405.95|| |