In response to COVID-19, requirements for entrance exams are temporarily waived. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted for graduate applicants unless they are applying to a program in the College of Education.
This course offers in-depth analysis and synthesis of contemporary research in problems, theories and issues in literacy education including representation in literature. Students participate in written responses and oral discussions to demonstrate understanding. Class is conducted in a seminar style where the professor and students jointly investigate the topic of representation in literature and build an appreciation for process writing. What is critical literacy? Who is included in the literature? Who is excluded? How will the educators better assist students to become critically literate? How can educators use theory to guide their practices?