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EDUC 584 - Language Acquisition and Emergent Literacy

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
This course focuses on the relationship of language, cognition, and culture. Language acquisition theories, linguistic and ethnic diversity, the effects of home environment on language acquisition, and the stages of oral and written language development will be addressed. The course content includes the history of language, uses of language for a variety of purposes, grammar, dialect, and language usage within a global society. A focus will be on critical analysis of current research literature on language acquisition and emergent literacy and its implications for best teaching practices. Includes a field component.
Section: W4
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EDUC 588 - Instructional Technology-Management and Evaluation

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
This course explores methods and options for evaluating the technological needs of schools, how school administrators, teachers, and students can best utilize available technologies to meet the multiple needs of staff and students. Hands-on experiences allow students to apply teaching practices, curricular standards, and research to specific learning needs of all learners. Topics include an in-depth study if education technologies with emphasis on various uses of software applications for administrative and classroom assessment, selection of appropriate education and assessment technologies, and the impact of technologies to develop and deliver instruction as well as for professional development.
Section: WW
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EDUC 631 - Writing Process in Literacy Programs

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
This course will focus on 1) developing students' confidence and skills in writing. 2) expanding students' understanding and knowledge of the writing process. 3)the relationship between writing and reading, and 4) current instructional approaches to teaching writing at all grade levels. Students will engage in the writing process throughout the course and examine current theory and research, related to instruction & assessment. The course will include observation and documentation of the writing process and writing development of a young writer/learner.
Section: W5
3
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EHIS 223 - Tsarist Russia

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
A study of Russian history from 1901 through the October revolution of 1917. Special emphasis will be placed on the growth and development of the revolutionary movement.
Section: W1
3
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ENED 536 - Literacy For The Secondary Student

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
Students will explore 1) the rich body of literature particularly appropriate for and intended for the secondary school-aged student, and 2) theoretical and research implications of studying that literature in secondary classrooms. Expectations will include developing an extensive repertoire of young adult literature in a variety of genres (novel, drama, nonfiction, short story, poetry, non-text media) and cultures; considering current best practice in literature study as represented through theory and research; and connecting research, theory and practice in actual classroom settings through contextualized inquiry projects.
Section: WW
3
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EPSY 531 - Advanced Educational Psychology

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
A course concerned with developmental aspects of behavior, principles, and problems of learning, the nature and control of learning, and assessment of pupil progress. Selected research in educational psychology is examined in terms of its application to teaching.
Section: WW
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FAMS 160 - Family Perspectives

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
An analysis of family living as product of culture, philosophy, and time. Relationship of families to other systems such as work, education, government, and religion is studied. Opportunity to understand this social experience through an examination of past and present families in other cultures and American Families.
Section: WW
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FLAN 510 - Linguistics & Methods Of Teaching Native Language Arts

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
This course introduces linguistics and linguistic diversity, emphasizing the history of linguistics (e.g. Behaviorism, Cognitivism), prescriptive and descriptive modes of language study (e.g. de Saussure vs Chomsky), the various branches of linguistics (i.e. Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, etc.,) and how each branch varies between language families. Sociolinguistic concepts on Bilingualism will be observed in classrooms through the design of activities aimed to nurture the Native Language Arts (NLAs) in bilingual students.
Section: WW
3
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FOOD 234 - Cultural Aspects Of Food

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
A study of world-wide human food habits involving the examination of the historical, social, environmental, and economic factors which have and do influence food culture. Representative cultures studied are of different historical, cultural, and ideological perspectives: Middle Eastern, African, Asian, Central and South America, European, Native North America, as well as regional U.S. Includes a required laboratory experience.
Section: WW
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GEOG 100 - Introductory Geography

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2019
July 1, 2019 — 
Geography is concerned with the arrangement and location of phenomena on the face of the earth and with the associations of phenomena that give character to places. This course introduces students to geographic concepts and methods, and to materials fundamental to the understanding of the earth's various physical and human landscapes.
Section: WW