Multicultural Teaching: A Handbook of Activities, Information, and Resources / Edition 2

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/* 4663L-4, Tiedt, Pamela L., Multicultural Teaching: A Handbook of Activities, Information and Resources, 6e*/ A Classic in the field of Multicultural teaching, this new edition provides activities and information designed to enable the teacher to explore the many kinds of diversity in the classroom. This book presents model lesson plans, fully developed thematic units, and a variety of instructional strategies, as well as a wealth of resources that support multicultural teaching. It examines difficult issues and problems within multicultural education to encourage reflections and discussion. It explains the basic content of multicultural education and also describes methods for carrying out the best education for all students. coverage of: language diversity, appropriate terminology, prejudice and stereotyped thinking. The material emphasizes the development of esteem, empathy, and equity in the classroom. The author provides suggestions for professional development as teachers assume an active role in promoting multiculturalism in the school and community. A strong Esteem/Empathy /Equity model provides the framework for building a successful multicultural program at any grade level. This latest edition emphasizes the currency of multicultural education and factors that influence our thinking related to local, national, and world affairs. Educators at any level interested in diversity and multicultural issues in the classroom.
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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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"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

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205085989
  • Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/1986
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 358

Table of Contents

1 Educating children in our unique multiculture 3
2 Organizing for learning in multicultural education 31
3 Individualizing instruction for multicultural education 61
4 Teaching language arts and reading multiculturally 91
5 Teaching social studies multiculturally 125
6 Teaching science and mathematics multiculturally 165
7 Teaching the performing arts multiculturally 193
8 Teaching multiculturally around the year 247
9 Examining the achievement gap : definition, causes, and cures 309
10 Language: a key component of multicultural education 329
11 Investigating additional issues and concerns related to multicultural education 353
12 Continued professional growth 373
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