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Reading

RDG 080   Spelling I (2)

Individualized course of study presenting words with basic spelling patterns, complicated consonant patterns, and complicated vowel patterns. Word families and rules for addition of word endings included. Programmed learning techniques utilized.  Contact department chair for course availability.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 081   Spelling II (2)

Individualized course of study presenting words with basic spelling patterns, complicated consonant patterns, and complicated vowel patterns. Word families and rules for addition of word endings included. Programmed learning techniques utilized.  Contact department chair for course availability.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 083   Vocabulary Improvement (2)

Individualized course that provides programmed learning to guide through elements of vocabulary development. Includes directed practice in context clues, working with visually similar words and homonyms, and learning commonly misunderstood words.  Contact department chair for course availability.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 085   Reading Fundamentals (3)

Prerequisites: Course required based on assessment test reading scores.

This course is designed to help students expand the range of their reading comprehension and vocabulary skills with direct practice.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 090   Vocabulary for College Reading (3)

Directed practice in college vocabulary skills emphasizing communication skills, figures of speech, rhetoric, and clear and concise writing. Course is ESL friendly.  Contact department chair for course availability.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 092   Reading Improvement (3)

Prerequisites: Course required based on assessment test reading scores or RDG 085 with a Pass grade.

Directed practice in college reading skills; emphasizes word comprehension skills including context clues, dictionary use, and word components as well as paragraph comprehension skills including locating and inferring information.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 093   Introduction to College Reading (3)

Prerequisites: Course required based on assessment test reading scores or RDG 092 with a Pass grade.

Provides directed practice in development of college reading skills, emphasizing vocabulary skills, comprehension skills, advanced reading skills, and reading for study. Vocabulary skills include dictionary use, word components and etymology, context clues, and multiple meanings of words. Comprehension skills include main ideas and support words signaling key concepts. Advanced reading skills include critical reading and reading efficiency. Reading for study includes effective textbook study methods, outlining, study mapping, summarizing, and textbook graphics.  This course does not count toward graduation.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 104   Reading For Non-Native Speakers (4)

Prerequisites: INE 101, INE 102 and INE 199 or placement by the ESL chair

Corequisites: ESL 100, ESL 103 and ESL 107

Directed practice in college reading skills emphasizing vocabulary, comprehension, critical thinking, reading efficiency and reading across the curriculum for non-native speaking students. This course will provide students with instruction in reading techniques and vocabulary enhancement. Students need to be present in class to practice skills, work on vocabulary, read, and participate in discussions about the readings. This course will enhance the academic skills of students, as well as provide skills that allow them to comprehend and analyze what is read. In addition, lessons will focus on vocabulary acquisition and application. Attendance and participation in class is essential for success in this course. Student must take the ESL Assessment/Placement test. Student may not receive credit for both RDG 104 and ESL 104.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 106   Advanced Reading for Non-Native Speakers (3)

Prerequisites: ESL 103/COM 100, ESL 100 and ESL 104 with a grade of C or better

Corequisites: ESL 105 and recommended corequisite ESL 108

Directed practice in advanced college reading skills emphasizing discipline specific vocabulary, advanced comprehension, higher level critical thinking skills, improved reading efficiency and reading across the curriculum for second-language students. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 111   Reading Across the Disciplines (3)

Prerequisites: ACT reading test score of 19 or Accuplacer reading test score of 80 or Nelson/Denny reading test score of 204 required

Focus is on improving reading and thinking skills through skill instruction and extensive guided-practice with academic discipline-based readings.  Contact department chair for course availability. 

Course Type(s): On-Campus

RDG 199   Phonics and Fluency (2)

Prerequisites: Placement by ESL Chair or Reading Chair

Corequisites: ESL 101 and ESL 102 unless waived by ESL or Reading Chair

Focus will be on improving pronunciation and fluency, especially when reading aloud. Activities include spelling and phonics instruction as well as speaking and reading exercises designed to increase reader's fluency and natural voice when reading. A grade of C or better is needed to move into the next ESL class, ESL 104. Emphasis will be on speaking although writing will be part of the class curriculum as well.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

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