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Author: Pamela L Tiedt; Iris M Tiedt
Publisher: Boston : Pearson/A & B, ©2005.
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Tiedt, Pamela L.
Multicultural teaching.
Boston : Pearson/A & B, ©2005
(OCoLC)681710581
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela L Tiedt; Iris M Tiedt
ISBN: 0205451179 9780205451173
OCLC Number: 58386440
Description: xvii, 406 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Multicultural education: a framework --
1. Educating Children in Our Unique Multiculture --
Diversity in the United States --
A History of multicultural thinking --
The Bumpy Road to Civil Rights --
The Best Education for All --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
2. Organizing for Learning in Multicultural Education --
Defining the Multicultural Curriculum --
Thematic approaches across the curriculum --
Learning about Latinos: Thematic Study I --
A Nation of Immigrants: Thematic Study II --
Assessing Student Progress --
Connections --
Follow-through --
Growing a Professional Library --
3. Individualizing Instruction for Multicultural Education --
Effective Multicultural Teaching --
Developing Multicultural Lesson Plans --
Multicultural Teaching Strategies --
Engage Students with Computer-based Learning --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
Part II. Multicultural learning activities across the curriculum --
4. Teaching Language Arts and Reading Multiculturally --
Focusing on Language Arts and Reading Instruction Directly --
Infusing Language Arts and Reading Instruction across the Curriculum --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
5. Teaching Social Studies Multiculturally --
Focusing on Social Studies Instruction Directly --
Infusing Multicultural Social Studies Instruction across the Curriculum --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
6. Teaching Science, Mathematics Multiculturally --
Teaching Science Multiculturally --
Infusing Multicultural Science Instruction across the Curriculum --
Teaching Mathematics Multiculturally --
Infusing Mathematics Multiculturally across the Curriculum --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
7. Teaching the Performing Arts Multiculturally --
Focusing on Teaching Art Multiculturally --
Effective Multicultural Art Strategies --
Focusing on Teaching Music Multiculturally --
Focusing on Movement and Drama Multiculturally --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
8. Teaching Multiculturally around the Year --
Using the Calendar --
The Months of the Year --
Movable holidays --
Variable holidays and activities --
Teaching multiculturally around a theme: Time --
Multicultural focus on a group --
Jewish Americans: living in a "Christian" country --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
Part III. Reflecting on additional multicultural topics and issues --
9. Examining the Achievement Gap: Definition, Causes, and Cures --
Defining the Achievement Gap --
Identifying the Causes of the Achievement Gap --
Narrowing/Closing the Achievement Gap --
No Child Left Behind Legislation --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
10. Language: A Key Component of Multicultural Education --
Students and Language --
Dialects and Language --
The Story of English --
Learning English as an Additional Language --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library --
11. Investigating Additional Issues and Concerns Related to Multicultural Education --
Think Globally, Act Locally --
When Crimes Become Hate Crimes --
Gay Marriage: Pros and Cons --
The Digital Divide --
Enfranchisement for All --
Resistance to Multicultural Education --
Poverty and the Working Poor --
Slavery in the 21st Century --
Still a Question of Access for People with the Disabilities --
When Books Are Banned --
Gender-Fair Education --
English as the Official Language of the United States --
Students at Risk --
Bullying and Harassment --
Affirming Multiracial Identity --
12. Continuing Professional Growth --
Reflection: What Have You Learned? --
How Can We Grow Professionally? --
Connections --
Follow-Through --
Growing a Professional Library.
Responsibility: Pamela L. Tiedt, Iris M. Tiedt.

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