(F) (Formerly EDUC 362)This course focuses on the design, planning, and implementation of instruction while recognizing the unique literacy demands of content-area coursework. Emphasis is placed upon comprehension and study strategies, the reading and writing connection, the role of technology in today's classrooms, and the importance of differentiated instruction that respects cultural differences and the needs of the diverse learner. Students participate in in-class microteaching demonstrations, develop a content-area instructional unit, and submit an electronic portfolio entry as a result of off-site visits to minority classrooms. Twenty five (25) hours of field experience is required. Advanced Block. Prerequisites: Admission to Teacher Education and Completion of Intermediate Block.