Mar 03, 2024  
2021-2022 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Language and Literacy Education, M.Ed. - Online


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The 36-semester hour master’s degree in Language and Literacy is designed to prepare reading and literacy leaders in K-12 school districts and other educational settings. Graduates will possess in-depth knowledge of literacy processes and will be able to confidently apply their knowledge to evaluate, design, and implement effective literacy instruction for diverse learners.

Concentration in Dual Credit English. The Master’s Degree in Language and Literacy with a concentration in Dual Credit English is designed to meet the growing demand for dual credit English coursework in secondary schools. The purpose of this credential is to provide secondary English teachers with the disciplinary and pedagogical knowledge needed to help students successfully transition from high school to college learning. In addition to developing expertise in literary and composition studies, coursework in the Language and Literacy program specializes in methods designed to accelerate students’ ability to handle the literacy demands of college-level reading and writing tasks. Coursework provides numerous opportunities to connect learning to real-world contexts for dual credit instruction. The Master’s Degree in Language and Literacy is also designed to prepare literacy leaders in K-12 school districts. Graduates will develop in-depth knowledge of literacy processes and will be able to confidently apply their knowledge to evaluate, design, and implement effective literacy instruction for diverse learners.

Contact: Dr. Mellinee Lesley, 806.834.1186, mellinee.lesley@ttu.edu

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