2011-2013 Combined Cohort 1

CALENDAR OF CLASSES: Combined Cohort 1
BYU/Public School Partnership Reading Endorsement

Course Materials & Fees

Literacy Foundations (TEd 620)
3 credits

Semester: Fall 2011

Instructor: Kendra Hall-Kenyon

September 6–December 6, 4:30–7:30 pm

November 22: Thanksgiving Holiday

Posting fees for this class will be $90. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class.

Required Texts:
Farstrup, A. E., & Samuels, S. J. (Eds.). (2011). What research has to say about reading instruction (4th ed). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Must be the 4th edition.

Smith, N. B. (2002). American reading instruction. Newark, DE: International Reading Association

Course Packet (accessed through BYU library website – see instructions on the next page or passed out in class). THIS WILL NOT BE ACCESSIBLE UNTIL THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.

Instructions for Accessing the Course Packet:
You will need the following password to access the course packet:  hal353

Directions for accessing Electronic Reserve Materials:

(1)   From the BYU library web page at www.lib.byu.edu select “Services and Info”

(2)   Click on “Electronic Course Reserve”

(3)   Click on “Electronic Reserves and Reserves Pages”

(4)   Search by instructor (Hall)

(5)   Click on ECE 353 and enter in the password (hal353)

(6)   A list of all Course Reserve materials will be displayed by title with the author name in parentheses.

(7)   Select the item you need.  Reading assignments are listed by author on the course calendar.

Reading Comprehension Instruction (TEd 623)
3 credits

Semester: Winter 2012

Instructor: Tim Morrison

January 3–March 20, 4:30–7:30 p.m.

Includes one Thursday: January 26

 

Posting fees for this class will be $90. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class. 

Required Texts: 
While a complete list of references is included in the syllabus, they will be available online through the BYU library. So students will not be required to buy a textbook.

Writing as a Process (TEd 624)
3 credits

Semester: Spring 2012

Instructor: Brad Wilcox

March 27–June 19, 4:30–7:30 pm

Posting fees for this class will be $90. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class. 

Required Texts:
Calkins, L.M., & Harwayne, S. (1991). Living between the lines. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Optional Texts:
Kemper, D., Nathan, R., Elsholz, C., & Sebranek, P. (2000). Writers Express: A Handbook for Young Writers, Thinkers, and Learners (4th/5th). Wilmington, MA: Write Source.

Wright, R.A. (2010). The 3 Word Journal. Austin, TX: National Family Institute.

Content Area Literacy (TEd 603)
3 credits

Semester: Fall 2012

Instructor: Roni Jo Draper

September 4–December 4, 4:30–7:30 pm

November 20: Thanksgiving Holiday

Posting fees for this class will be $96. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class. 

Required Texts:
The following texts are required reading for this class and are excellent resources for teachers who have a desire to infuse literacy instruction into their regular teaching of content.

  • Buehl, D. (2001). Classroom strategies for interactive learning (2nd ed.). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
  • Draper, R. J., Broomhead, P., Jensen, A. P., Nokes, J. D., & Siebert, D. (2010). (Re)imagining content-area literacy instruction. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  • Fisher, D., & Frey, N. (2001). Responsive curriculum design in secondary schools: meeting the diverse needs of students. Scarecrow Education.
  • The adolescent literacy position statement is available online at www.reading.org

Literacy Development and Instruction (TEd 622)
3 credits

Semester: Winter 2013

Instructor:  Kendra Hall-Kenyon

January 8–March 26, 4:30–7:30 pm

Includes one Thursday: January 24

Posting fees for this class will be $96. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class. 

Required Texts:
McGee, L.M., & Richgels, D. J. (2008).  Literacy beginnings:  Supporting young readers and writers (5th ed). Boston, MA:  Pearson Learning.

Reeves, A. R. (2004).  Adolescents talk about reading:  Exploring resistance to and engagement with text. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. (Note: this book can be shared)

Children's & YA Literature (TEd 621)
3 credits

Semester: Spring 2013

Instructor: Terrell Young

April 9–June 25, 4:30–7:30 pm

Includes one Thursday: April 11

Posting fees for this class will be $99. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class. 

Required Texts:

Tunnell, M.O., Jacobs, J.S., Young, T.A., & Bryan, G.W. (2012).  Children's Literature, Briefly. Fifth Edition. Boston: Pearson.

Hilmo, T. (2011). With a Name Like Love. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux.

Literacy Assessment and Interventions (TEd 625)
3 credits

Semester: Fall 2013

Instructor: Janet Young

September 3–December 3, 4:30–7:30 pm

Thursday November 19: Thanksgiving Break

Posting fees for this class will be $99. Please bring a check made out to BYU for that amount on the first day of class. 

Required Texts: The following texts are required reading for this class and are excellent resources for teachers who have a desire to infuse literacy instruction into their regular teaching of content.

  • Afflerbach, Peter. (2011). Understanding and using reading assessment, K-12 (2nd ed.). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. (ISBN 978-0-87207-831-4)
  • McKenna, Michael C., & Stahl, Katherine A. Dougherty. (2009). Assessment for reading instruction (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford Press. (ISBN 978-1-60623-035-0)
  • International Reading Association, & National Council of Teachers of English. (2010). Standards for the Assessment of Reading and Writing. Newark, DE: author. Available at: http://www.reading.org/general/CurrentResearch/Standards/AssessmentStandards.aspx