Beyond Tolerance is a hopeful, optimistic book focused on creating positive and sustained social change through engagement with beautiful, sometimes complex, and consistently interesting multiethnic children’s literature. It presents a fresh perspective on race and ethnicity. Additionally, it features an innovative approach to literacy teaching and learning through the use of multiethnic children’s literature in our preschools and throughout the elementary school grades.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Dierdre Glenn Paul, full professor at Montclair State University, is the author of four books, four book chapters, multiple journal articles and has made numerous presentations. Her most significant accomplishment, however, is being mom to two fantastic children.
Table of Contents
Chapter I: Introduction
Chapter II: What is Multiethnic Children’s Literature?
Chapter III: What Are the Benefits of Multiethnic Children’s Literature? And Who Actually Benefits?
Chapter IV: Choosing High Quality Diverse Books
Chapter V: Strategies for Preschool Literacy Learners
Chapter VI: Literacy Strategies for Grades K-3
Chapter VII: Literacy Strategies for Grades 4-6
Appendix A: Milestones in the Development of Multicultural
Appendix B: Guidelines for Selecting Children’s Books
Appendix C: Coretta Scott King Book Awards – All Recipients, 1970-Present
Appendix D: The Américas Book Awards – All Recipients,
Appendix E: Pura Belpré Book Awards – All Recipients,
Appendix F: Choosing Books for Independent Reading
Appendix G: K-3 Literacy Assessments, Reading Behaviors
Appendix G: Parent Questionnaire
Appendix H: Good Readers Poster
Appendix I: Informal Reading Conference