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PreK-4 Reading Minor

Reading at Ship

The PreK-4 reading minor is designed to help prepare future teachers in scientifically-based research, reading disorders, and literacy issues for PreK-4 grades. In addition, the minor strives to provide skills for developing curriculum and assessing, evaluating, and instructing students in reading, writing, speaking and listening.

The reading minor will require students to complete 5 additional courses that will be offered in a block. The block of 5 courses will be offered each summer (term 3 and part of term 4), fall and spring semesters. At this time, the courses must be taken together before graduation.

Degree Requirements

  • RDG345 Teaching Language Arts in the PreK-4 Classroom
  • RDG330 Content Area Reading in the Primary Classroom
  • RDG 334 Classroom Based Literacy Assessment
  • RDG340 Seminar in Literacy Tutoring
  • RDG350 Text Accessibility and Comprehension the PreK-4 Classroom