In building upon the learning of EDU-423, the course will continue to explore the essentials needed for meaningful literacy practices in the adolescent classroom. The goal of this course is to enable the intermediate teacher candidate to equip learners into intermediate literacy skills (7-10). Learning opportunities include practice teaching activities, introduction to a variety of literacy genres, interactive dialogic readings and critique, introduction to 2.0 literacies, media and literature circles, and planning for language arts that meet the provincial requirements for formal schooling. This course will equip teachers to be able to design and implement a successful intermediate program across a range of diverse and differentiated learning orientations. (1.5 credits)

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