Typically, Face-To-Faceclasssessions meet at the Macomb University Center in Clinton Township, although classes on the main campus are an option as well. Online class sessions are conducted online via the internet. Some face-to-face class meeting may be required at the professor’s discretion.Blended students meet for some classes on site while others will be online.Independent Study (IS) Coordinate Independent Study with advisor
RDG 500: Foundations of Reading InstructionProvides an overview of the reading process including reading and language acquisition processes, comprehension, word recognition, diagnosis, and methods of instruction.RDG 571: Foundations of Literature for Children & AdultsPresents criteria for selecting and evaluating literature for children and young adults from a historical perspective. Examines important research in the field and ways to incorporate literature, specifically multicultural and international literature, into the curriculum via multimodalities.RDG 575: Teaching Writing in the Elementary and Secondary SchoolsEmphasizes writing and teaching the writing process,writing workshop, craft & structures, assessment, writing across the curriculum, mentor text, and literacy acquisition relative to state requirements.RDG 632: Diagnosis of Reading DisabilitiesFocuses on learning to diagnosis reading difficulties,administer, score, analyze and interpretformal and informal assessments, develop instructional strategies to address student needs and create a final report.RDG 633: Correction of Reading DisabilitiesIn a clinic setting students work directly with children to diagnosis and address reading difficulties, provide explicit instruction in the form of intervention and/or enrichment based upon students needs under supervision of the professor. Students will communicate the results of the clinic experience in a final report.RDG 699: Master’s Project: Independent Study (IS)Focus is on the role of the teacher as researcher exploring problems and/or questions of interest within her classroom and/or school. A written research or project proposal must be prepared and approved by a faculty adviser before work is initiated.*Note: A Student may elect the two-course (8-credit) option, in lieu of the Master’s Project (RDG 699). This option will require students to complete 40 credits.
Sue Sharma - Program CoordinatorVisiting Assistant ProfessorReading & Language Artssa3sharm@oakland.edu248-370-4205
Oakland macomb mat in reading and language arts
Sue Sharma -‐ Program Coordinator Macomb University Center Visiting Assistant Professor 44575 Garﬁeld Road Reading & Language Arts Clinton Township, MI 48038 email@example.com 586-‐263-‐6242 248-‐370-‐4205
OU-‐Macomb Campus K r i s t Hear from real teachers, Kristen Frazier and Lori e n F r Alderman, about why they chose the OU-‐Macomb a z i e r campus to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching Reading and Language Arts
Linda Ayres Ron Cramer Mary Lose Robert Schwartz Sue Ann Sharma Tanya Christ S. Rebecca Leigh John McEneaney Anne Porter James Cipielewski Ledong Li Gwendolyn McMillon Linda Pavonetti RLA department professors teach all courses.
Blended: Classes are comprised of both face-‐ to-‐face and online components Face-‐To-‐Face: Meet per schedule in a classroom Face-‐to-‐ Online: Learn at your setting Face convenience anytime, anywhere Blended Online
MAT program in Reading and Language Arts prepares teachers to address the literacy needs of young children, adolescents and adults. Allows certiﬁed teachers to add one of the following Michigan endorsements ▪ Classroom Reading Teacher K-‐8 (BT) ▪ Language Arts Teacher (K-‐8) (BX)* ▪ Reading Specialist, K-‐12 (BR) ▪ Early Childhood Education (ZS)* ▪ Educational Technology (NP)*
The degree requirements for oﬀ-‐site programs are identical to all MAT in Reading and Language Arts programs: 32 credits of courses which includes the Master’s Project (RDG 699), or 36 credits of courses may be elected in lieu of the Master’s Project (RDG 699)
Foundations of Reading Instruction Foundations of Literature for Children & Adults Teaching Writing in the Elementary and Secondary Schools Diagnosis of Reading Disabilities Correction of Reading Disabilities Master’s Project: Independent Study (IS)
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July 15 for fall semester November 15 for winter semester March 15 for summer semester Send all documentation to: Oakland University Oﬃce of Graduate Admissions 2200 N. Squirrel Road 160 North Foundation Hall Rochester, MI 48309-‐4401
To be considered for graduate admission, all application documents must be received by the published deadlines. Click here for Application Information and forms . Read all materials carefully and gather required documents to complete your application ﬁle. Apply Now To submit , click on the button to the right: for Free Application Type: Grad – Masters Planned Course of Study: MAT in Reading and Language Arts
Direct enrollment questions to: Julie Trube, Director of Enrollment and Community Outreach (248) 370-‐3910 firstname.lastname@example.org Direct MAT in Reading and Languages questions to: Sue Ann Sharma, Ph.D., Program Coordinator for the OU-‐Macomb (248) 370-‐4205 email@example.com