The Literacy minor, with campus and field experiences, is designed to prepare literacy teachers and strengthen background preparation of secondary, middle school, special education, early childhood, and elementary teachers.
Literacy Minors are eligible for the Washington State P-12 Reading Endorsement.
EDLT 308, Literacy I
*EDLT 308 is a prerequisite for the minor.
EDLT 409, Literacy II
*EDLT 309 is a prerequisite for the minor.
|EDLT 410, Teaching Word Recognition Skills||3|
|EDLT 411, Teaching Comprehension||3|
|EDLT 412, Assessment of Literacy Skills and Processes||3|
|EDLT 413, Methods and Materials for Literacy Instruction||3|
|EDLT 414, Teaching Literacy in a Multi-Cultural, Multi-Lingual Setting||3|
|EDLT 418, Literacy and Linguistics||3|
|EDLT 324, Literacy Across the Curriculum||3|
|EDLT 493, Literacy Practicum (Requires department permission. A minimum of 5 required Literacy Minor courses, excluding EDLT 308 & 409, must be completed for permission)||6|
Tentative Course Schedule (Verify with advisor)
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Dr. Janet Finke, Department Chair, has announced that the Special Education Major will continue. "ThCWU’s Global Literacy Development Program Useful To Many Careers
February 28, 2013 ELLENSBURG, Wash. -- Central Washington University's Department of Language, LiteELL Endorsement Program Goes Online!
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