Foundations of Language and Literacy Education (Junior/Intermediate)
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This introductory course investigates current theory and practice related to English language and literacy development, including effective assessment, planning, and instruction, and implementation of the Ontario Curriculum across the junior/intermediate level (grades 4 to 10). The course will focus on the development of requisite knowledge and skills to establish a repertoire of research and evidence-based instructional strategies to support students' foundational literacy development. The course will consider a broad definition of literacy to examine the literacy practices of our changing world to include how equity, diversity, inclusion, and indigenization practices support and foster a critical orientation to teaching literacy

Additional Course Information
Enrolment in the Bachelor of Education, Junior/Intermediate division.