Teaching Multicultural Literature to Help Children Understand Ethnic Diversity: Essays and Experiences

Teaching Multicultural Literature to Help Children Understand Ethnic Diversity: Essays and Experiences

By: Lisa Moore (editor), Gail Singleton Taylor (editor), KaaVonia Hinton (editor)Hardback

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Addresses the challenges of multicultural teaching by presenting instructional strategies.

Contents

Preface by Margaret Bernice Smith Bristow; Acknowledgements; Arab Children's Literature in the Face of Testing Demands - Tami Al-Hazza and Bob Lucking; Multicultural Book Choices and Activities of Public School Teachers in Southeastern Virginia - Gail S. Taylor, Lisa S. Moore, and LaCyndra Young; Bridging the Culture of Science and the Cultures of our Students - Daniel Dickerson, KaaVonia Hinton-Johnson, and Karen Dawkins; Exploring Teacher Attitudes towards Multicultural Literature through the Arts - Jane Baskwill; Helping Preservice Teachers Reconcile Standardization and Diversity: Bridging Analytic and Critical Literacy through Multicultural Literature - Angela Hanson; Identity and the Teaching of Diversity - Paula Smith Allen; Using Multicultural Literature to Help Students Understand Issues of Homelessness - Melanie Tait; Walk Together Children: The Inclusive Nature of Multicultural Literature - Darrel Steward-Hoagland; Honoring Race, Ethnicity and Heritage: A First-Year Middle School Teacher's Experience - Sirpa T. Grierson.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773450110
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 180
  • ID: 9780773450110
  • ISBN10: 0773450114

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