Literature outside of the English Classroom
3 Graduate Level or In-Service Credits / 45 hours April 1-29, July 1-30, October 1-30, November 1-30, December 1-30
PEDC 9090 University of the Pacific
EDCI 649- 008 Andrews University
The Common Core State Standards call for reading and writing across the curriculum, so now more than ever literature has a place in every curriculum. Using literature can help spark curiosity and wonder in “boring” subjects, and help to bring alive the reality of a field of study. This course will introduce you to literature that can be used throughout the curriculum, and help you build a road map to incorporate at least one piece into your classroom to help meet CCSS. Participants will we required to read one or more pieces of literature in their subject area to help them build activities for their students. If your curriculum is not specifically addressed, the instructor will work with you to find appropriate materials. This course is appropriate for Administrators, Grades K-12 classroom teachers in all subject areas including Science, History, Multicultural Studies, Health, Physical Education, Mathematics, Special Area, Career and Technical Subject area teachers, and School Media Specialists.
April 1-29, July 1-30, November 1-30, October 1-30, December 1-30
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