Teaching and learning in multicultural schools: an integrated approach
This book outlines relevant theoretical background and provides detailed advice and suggestions for educators in schools serving culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Some of the chapters focus on the needs of students from immigrant communities, especially those who are learning the language of instruction, while others include historical 'minority groups' as well.
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Melting Pots and Other Metaphors
The Immigrant Experience
Getting Started in the Multicultural School
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