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Posted March 12, 2005
Stereotyping and Coordinates: An Interesting Juxtaposition
This is a delightful and informative book for a number of reasons. While it introduces children to the concept of coordinates and graphing in a rather delightful manner, it can also be used to teach the concept of stereotyping. Teachers can make some important teaching points to sensitize children to stereotyping with this book: that Frenchmen do not necessarily own poodles and philosophers are not necessarily any more absent minded than other groups of people.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.