Multicultural Teaching: A Handbook of Activities, Information, and Resources / Edition 8

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Overview

“This book hits all the areas of diversity that are affecting our society. [It] contains relevant materials with great examples that can be applied within the classroom.”

- Lorie Hunn, Chadron State College

“[A] down to earth and useful resource for my in-service teachers to effectively connect and teach the diverse populations in their schools.”

- Kathleen L. Kaminski, Wilson College

This practical text, which defines multicultural education broadly to include all types of diversity, provides a wealth of content area-specific activities to help teachers implement an inclusive curriculum that meets the individual needs of each student. Bringing theory and practice together and applying a model focusing on Esteem, Empathy, and Equity, the authors encourage reflection and discussion. Teacher candidates learn the implications of such topics as language diversity, the academic achievement gap, and racism along with guidance to plan lessons designed to develop a community of learners in their classroom.

Features new to the eighth edition include:

  • Separate chapters on Science (Ch.6) and Math (Ch. 7) recognize the importance of these content areas in today's global society.
  • Expanded coverage of Language study to provide additional support for teachers of students who speak different languages. (Ch. 10)
  • Additional alternatives for student-centered assessment
  • Addition of higher-level and critical thinking activities as well as opportunities for creative and open-ended thinking.
  • New! Sample Lesson plans provide readers with practice making adaptations for different grade levels and/or student abilities.
  • New! Ideas for thematic units in multicultural education. (Chapter 2, Part II chapters)
  • New! Discussion of "white privilege" and how to recognize its impact on teaching. (Ch. 1)
  • New! Definitions of key terms in multicultural education including marginalization, social class, identity group, and heterosexism. (Ch. 1)
  • Increased coverage of "mixed race" identities.
  • New! Discussion of external socioeconomic factors that affect student achievement. (Ch. 11)
  • New! Emphasizes planning professional development to encourage growth as a multicultural competent teacher. (Ch. 12)
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"This book hits all the areas of diversity that are affecting our society. [It] contains relevant materials with great examples that can be applied within the classroom."

-Lorie Hunn, Chadron State College

“[A] down to earth and useful resource for my in-service teachers to effectively connect and teach the diverse populations in their schools.”

- Kathleen L. Kaminski, Wilson College

Booknews
A text for pre-service teachers, also useful for staff development with experienced teachers and administrators. Provides a knowledge base for teaching multiculturally, and gives a wealth of activities that provide learning opportunities for diverse students. Part I details how to infuse multicultural concepts across the curriculum, and Part II tells how to break down stereotypes, explore linguistic diversity, and celebrate multiculturalism throughout the year. Part III discusses problems and issues in multicultural teaching. Includes some 50 pages of recommended readings and resources. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780137011018
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 7/29/2009
  • Series: Pearson Custom Education Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 1,282,049
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents


Table of Contents

Preface

Part I: MULTICULTURAL TEACHING AND LEARNING
Chapter 1: The Changing Face of Multicultural Thinking
Chapter 2: Becoming a Culturally Competent Teacher
Chapter 3: Teaching Strategies for the Multicultural Classroom

PART II: INTEGRATING MULTICULTURALISM ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
Chapter 4: Multicultural Language Arts/Reading
Chapter 5: Multicultural Social Studies
Chapter 6: Multicultural Science
Chapter 7: Multicultural Mathematics
Chapter 8: Multicultural Art
Chapter 9: Multicultural Ideas for Every Day of the Year

PART III: CONTINUING THE JOURNEY TOWARD MULTICULTURAL COMPETENCY
Chapter 10: Language: Communication and Culture
Chapter 11: Identifying External Socioeconomic Factors that Affect Student Learning
Chapter 12: Continuing Your Professional Development

Appendix
A. Multicultural Films
B. Books Too Good to Miss
C. A Bibliography

Index

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