Upon completion of this course students will have mastered a thorough exploration of emergent literacy and early reading techniques in young children from infancy to fourth grade. Planning and presentation of appropriate activities are emphasized in areas of experiencing, listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This course is primarily for initial and/or permanent certification in Early Childhood Education, but also of value as an elective in a variety of programs.
Bucks County Community College
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Education 170 Syllabus
Language and Literacy Development
- Name: Dr. Mae Sakharov, Ed.D
- Phone / Voicemail (215) 968-8061
- Preferred email Through Canvas
- Bucks email email@example.com
- Department Office - Founders 210 A
Office Hours: Scheduled through Canvas
- Course Syllabus: Included
- Prerequisites/Corequisites: None
- Required Texts and Supplementary Material: Literacy In The Early Grades, Gail E. Tompkins, Pearson
This is an online requires that students keep up with the chapter readings and answer discussion questions accordingly.
Midterm Grades: A midterm grade of S (Satisfactory) will be recorded if you maintain a C average on the first two quizzes
- A = 467 - 414
- B+ = 413 - 374
- B = 373 - 337
- C+ = 336 - 305
- C = 304 - 275
- D+ = 274 - 248
- D = 247 - 224
- F = below 224
Your Final Grade will be based on the number of total points accumulated at semesters end
Withdrawal: If you decide not to complete this course student is responsible for completing the withdrawal form, which is available through the Bucks County Community College Admissions Office. The instructor will not initiate withdrawals.
Disability Accommodations: In compliance with the Bucks County Community College policy and equal access laws, appropriate academic accommodations can be made for students eligible for such support. Students are encouraged to register with the Accessibility Office (215- 968-8463) to verify their eligibility for appropriate accommodations. Please speak to your instructor about any requests for academic accommodations or other concerns as early in the semester as possible.
Cheating & Plagiarism: I strictly enforce the Colleges cheating and plagiarism policy and will automatically fail any student on any assignment when a student cheats or plagiarizes on tests or papers. I have zero tolerance and will not accept any excuses. Please see me if you do not understand what plagiarism is. Here is the College definition from the catalog:
The expectation at Bucks County Community College is that the principles of truth and honesty will be rigorously followed in all academic endeavors. This assumes that the person who purports to do the work without unauthorized aids will do all work. In addition, when making use of language and some idea not his or her own, whether quoting them directly or paraphrasing them into his or her own words, the student must attribute the source of the material in some standard form, such as naming the source in the text or offering a footnote. (Source: BCCC Catalog, College Policy Regarding Cheating and Plagiarism)
Students Responsibility to Retain Course Materials
Students are always responsible for retaining copies of their own work and/or correspondence, including that posted to a web course space. Student access to a Bucks County Community College web course space is available only during the stated semester/session as indicated by the Colleges academic calendar. All web course sites, including content, are routinely removed form the server at the conclusion of each semester/session.