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Teacher talk : multicultural lesson plans for the elementary classroom

Author: Deborah B Eldridge
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©1998.
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Teacher Talk presents ready-to-implement elementary classroom units of study that are firmly grounded in the theories of highly respected multiculturalists such as James Banks, Carl Grant, and Christine Sleeter. In these pages, the teachers who designed and field tested the units share the rationales for their designs, their concerns during the development, and the uniqueness of the educational settings which  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Deborah B Eldridge
ISBN: 0205267629 9780205267620
OCLC Number: 36876123
Description: xv, 236 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. When the shoe won't fit: Teachers' concerns about and responses to diversity in the classroom and the curriculum / Deborah Eldridge --
Ch. 2. Quilts, knots, and journeys: A multicultural approach to family history / Joan Amaral --
Ch. 3. Celebrations with a twist: Alternative lessons during Halloween, Christmas, and Easter / Kelly O'Hagan --
Ch. 4. Domo arigato: A study of Japan, its people, and culture / Mickey Shannon --
Ch. 5. How's the weather? Incorporating a multicultural approach toward meteorology / Tina Waters --
Ch. 6. We, the people...but which people? A study of America's primary documents / Barbara Hamm --
Ch. 7. Maya and Aztec: A study of the ancient Mexican civilizations / Karen Kellogg --
Ch. 8. Multicultural literary guide: A teacher's companion to independent reading in the early elementary grades / Doug West.
Responsibility: Deborah B. Eldridge.

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Teacher Talk presents ready-to-implement elementary classroom units of study that are firmly grounded in the theories of highly respected multiculturalists such as James Banks, Carl Grant, and Christine Sleeter. In these pages, the teachers who designed and field tested the units share the rationales for their designs, their concerns during the development, and the uniqueness of the educational settings which motivated their responses. Here are real classroom teachers implementing the issues of multicultural education on a variety of levels, in various content areas, and through individual personal interests.

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