6 edition of Teaching multicultural literature in grades K-8 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Violet J. Harris.|
|Contributions||Harris, Violet J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 296 p. :|
|Number of Pages||296|
(). The politics of children's literature: Reflections on multiculturalism and Christopher Columbus. Teaching multicultural literature ill grades K Norwood, MA: Christopher Gordon Publishers, pp. 5 Livingston and Birrell: Learning About Cultural Diversity through Literature Published by BYU ScholarsArchive, Multicultural literature features characters and themes from countries around the world. Writers in this genre express their ideas and values through the characters featured in their work.
Sources of information to find children's books. Full-text database designed for elementary schools. Contains content from over 60 popular elementary school magazines, plus materials from standard elementary school reference sources and an image collection featuring over , photos, maps and : Tony Joachim. In Violet J. Harris (Ed.),Teaching multicultural literature in grades K-8 (pp. ). Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon. Integration of multicultural literature through grades K This mentor text provides various lesson plans in each grade that help support the understanding of each student. Using multiethnic literature in the K-8 classroom.
Multicultural Literature It's important for children and teens to have access to books that reflect their experiences, as well as the experiences of their classmates. Take a look at our booklists and author interviews to learn more about books representing diverse cultures and backgrounds, along with guidelines for selecting appropriate titles. Steiner, Stanley F. Promoting a Global Community Through Multicultural Children's ood, Colo: Libraries Unlimited, Print. Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT). CRT is defined as using the cultural knowledge, prior experiences, and performance styles of students to make learning more appropriate and rs need to be culturally aware--which includes Author: LaKeshia Darden.
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The digit and digit formats both work. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Politics of children's literature: reflections on multiculturalism, political correctness, and Christopher Columbus / Joel Taxel --Multicultural literature for children: making informed choices / Rudine Sims Bishop --Contemporary griots: African-American writers of children.
Interested in multicultural literature for older readers. Check out 30 Multicultural Books Every Teen Should Know. Some books on that list will be suitable for older children.
Other CCBC multicultural literature resources and links. Get this from a library. Teaching multicultural literature in grades K [Violet J Harris;] -- Grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, k, p, e, i, s, t. This book includes a well-developed, two-page checklist that you can use to evaluate fiction and nonfiction literature.
Multiethnic Children's Literature by Gonzalo Ramirez, Jr., and Jan Lee Ramerez is a comprehensive guide to books accurately depicting contemporary minority groups in the United States. The result is an unparalleled treasury of ideas and information for teaching with African American children's literature.
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Professional Development > Teaching Multicultural Literature: A Workshop for the Middle Grades > 4. Research and Discovery: Edwidge Danticat, An Na, Laurence Yep, and more.
Teaching Multicultural Literature in Grades K Thru 8th by Violet J. Harris,Christopher-Gordon Pub. edition, in EnglishPages: Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults Article (PDF Available) in The Educational Forum 76(3) July with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Krishna Bista.
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Social Justice and Action: Alma Flor Ada, Pam Muñoz Ryan, and Paul Yee. Teaching Multicultural Literature in Grades K-8 by Harris, Violet J. A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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Materials and programs for grades K-8 for African American, Arabic, Asian, Hispanic, Jewish, Native American and Persian cultures. Serving as a resource for K-8 teachers who wish to offer children books that reflect the cultural diversity of American society, this book presents annotations of nearly books (published between and ) about African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans/Latinos, and Native Americans.
The annotated bibliography also lists books involving people and countries in Africa, Asia Author: Rudine Sims Bishop. Other criteria are available to readers. For example, Rudine Sims Bishop () has published guidelines in Teaching Multicultural Literature in Grades K 4. Multicultural education just includes ethnic or racial issues.
While ethnic and racial concerns are a large part of multicultural education, gender and socioeconomic diversity also are. Sections on research, journals that review children's literature, book lists by topic, and professional books dealing with the use of literature for reading, writing, content area studies, and cultural awareness.
Teaching Multicultural Literature in Grades K-8, edited by Violet Harris, Christopher-Gordon, Given the current interest in multiculturalism, Teaching Multicultural Literature in Grades K-8 is a timely contribution. Although the book's focus is limited to people of color, it nonetheless serves as an excellent tool for researchers, as a quality textbook for graduate and undergraduate students, and as an excellent resource for practitioners.
Developing Multicultural Awareness through Children's Literature: A Guide for Teachers and Librarians, Grades K Roberts, Patricia L.; Cecil, Nancy Lee This book provides some helpful tools that will allow teachers to use children's literature as a vehicle for modifying cultural by: 3.
Description. A merger of contemporary language arts and speech communication theory and practice, Teaching Oral Communication in Grades K-8 was inspired by the authors' involvement in a project to develop a language arts curriculum for K-8 high ability book attempts to bridge the interdisciplinary gap between contemporary oral communication theory and its actual application in.Children’s literature about American Indians.
There are a great many works of children's literature that feature American Indians. Some are considered classics, such as Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder, and some are award winners, such as The Matchlock Gun by Walter D. classics, however, contain images of American Indians that are biased, stereotypical, and.Multicultural Children’s Literature in the Elementary Classroom By Mei-Yu Lu "When I was a child the teacher read, 'Once upon a time, there were five Chinese brothers and they all looked exactly alike' Cautiously the pairs of eyes stole a quick glance back.