Language and Literacy Education
The Language and Literacy Education programme provides graduate academic and professional development in language and literacy education. It is appropriate for those who work in all areas of language and literacy education, including school-based literacy education, adult literacy, TESL and bilingual education. Candidates will normally have a bachelor's degree and a teaching, or related professional qualification.
Initial enquiries should be made to the Postgraduate Studies Office, Faculty of Education.
| Prescriptions for the PGDip(LangLitEd) |
Prescriptions for the PGDip(LangLitEd)
To complete the Postgraduate Diploma in Language and Literacy Education, students must take 120 points at 500 level, including ALED501 and at least two of ALED502, ALED503, ALED504, ALED507, ALED508, ALED509, ALED520, ALED521, ALED522, ALED523, ALED524 and ALED525; and one other approved paper.
|ALED501 - 13A (NET) - Literacy Education: Approaches and Perspectives|
|ALED502 - 13B (NET) - Developing the Critically Literate English/Literacy Teacher|
|ALED504 - 13C (BLK) - Reading Difficulties|
|ALED507 - 13B (NET) - Second Language Learners and Learning in Mainstream Classrooms|
|ALED508 - Adult Literacy at Work|
|ALED509 - Literacy and Technology: Implications for Education|
|ALED516 - 13B (NET) - Family and Community Literacies: Theories, Practices and Programmes|
|ALED520 - 13B (NET) - Literacy, Cognition and Neuroscience|
|ALED521 - 13A (HAM) - Approaches to Academic Literacy|
|ALED522 - 13B (NET) - Best Practice in the Writing Classroom|
|ALED523 - 13A (BLK) - Developing the Literature Teacher|
|ALED524 - 13A (BLK) - Language Knowledge for Teachers and Learners|
|ALED525 - 13A (NET) - The Context of Adult Literacy and Numeracy Learning|
|ALED551 - Special Topic: Bilingual and Multilingual Education: Classroom Practice and Policy Directions|
|DSOE557 - 13A (HAM), 13B (NET) & 13S (HAM) - Research Methods|
|PCSS502 - 13C (HAM) & 13C (BLK) - Kaupapa Maori Research|
Current information as of 22 May 2013 3:17pm