The Multicultural Workshop: A Reading and Writing Program

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Cengage Heinle, Sep 1, 1994 - Foreign Language Study - 272 pages
Collaborative activities help students communicate and share ideas, thoughts, and insights in this integrated reading and writing program.

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Contents

Identity of Place
5
Special Places
15
Collecting Information 21 28 3562 73106
21
What Happened Here?
23
Meeting Places
30
Final Project
36
Relationships Parents and Children
41
Teaching Important Lessons
49
Choosing to Assimilate
136
Seeking a Cultural Divorce
145
Similarities and Differences
153
Environmental Change
165
Affecting the Environment
174
Protecting the Environment
184
Listing Ideas 642 49 98128191 212
191
Extinction of Species
193

Developing a Point of View 2255210
55
Giving
56
Defining Parental Roles
64
Making Choices
81
What Are the Consequences?
90
Looking for Alternatives
107
Conflict and Cultural Differences
127
Making a Cluster Diagram 21117145212
212
Quickwriting 3549 55 57 62 99117144
218
Making a Story Outline 172224
224
CRITICAL THINKING STRATEGIES
232
Credits
239
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About the author (1994)

Linda Lee is an editor & writer for "The New York Times". She frequently contributes to the Style, Arts & Leisure, & Business sections. The article she wrote for the Education Life supplement in 1998 entitled "What's the Rush? Why College Can Wait" generated an enormous amount of mail. In addition to the more than eighty articles she has written for the "Times", Lee is the author of several books. She lives in New York City.

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