Multicultural American History: Through Children's by Kay Chick, Deborah A. Ellermeyer

By Kay Chick, Deborah A. Ellermeyer

This built-in instructor source offers lesson principles for the guide of social reports and background innovations in the context of caliber multicultural kid's books and imagine books. each one bankruptcy specializes in 3 photo books with regards to quite a few multicultural topics in American historical past. Chapters are geared up chronologically, and by way of subject, and comprise e-book summaries, fabrics lists, student-centered actions, similar books and poetry, and hyperlinks to nationwide historical past criteria. Multicultural issues comprise: previous West American Revolution Slavery Civil conflict global warfare II and the Holocaust Vietnam local Americans

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