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EDC 218 Language Development in Young Children and the Educative Process
3 hours; 3 credits
Theory and research in language development and the processes of language acquisition to inform program planning and development in inclusive educational settings. Students learn how to create, manage, and develop preschool curriculum areas such as dramatic play, block building, expressive arts, puzzles and manipulatives, nature study, and outdoor play to facilitate language acquisition and development. The course provides students with a range of alternative teaching strategies to meet the needs of linguistically diverse children.
Corequisite: EDC 350
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