Nov 26, 2020
TED-2100 Processes and Acquisitions of Reading
Students will be able to explain the language and cognitive precursors to the reading acquisition process. Students will demonstrate knowledge of phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency in developing readers.
Prerequisite(s): Reading proficiency. TED-1100 , TED-1200 , TED-1300 , TED-1400 .
Rule: ECE A.A.S. students must also take TED-1110 prior to taking 2000-level courses.
For current students seeking certification, or recertification, departmental permission/granted petition is required.
- Explain reading and writing as a constructive process.
- Explain the contribution of oral language to reading and writing development.
- Explain language structures and discuss the components of language.
- Describe the interrelationship among orthographic, phonological, semantic, and contextual processing in word recognition, reading fluency, and comprehension.
- Manipulate sounds (e.g., segmenting, blending, substituting, and deleting) in order to differentiate among phonemic awareness.
- Describe stages of reading development and the characteristics of beginning, proficient, and mature readers.
- Explain comprehension development and response to narrative and expository text.
- Differentiate the intrinsic and extrinsic causes of reading difficulty and describe the characteristics of students with reading difficulties.
- Relate current brain research to the acquisition of reading.
- Identify specific aspects of instruction that facilitate language and literacy development.
- Discuss how children’s literature contributes to oral language development.
Add to Portfolio (opens a new window)