Comprehensive Multicultural Education: Theory and Practice
This book provides readers with the historical background, basic terminology, and social science concepts of multicultural education. Comprehensive Multicultural Education provides a curriculum model with six goals and numerous lesson plans illustrating how each goal can be implemented in the classroom. The book includes conceptual frameworks from the social sciences and historical backgrounds. Both theory and practice in the book present interdisciplinary content through primary source material and vignettes of actual teachers and students, and encourage interactions between readers' cultural and individual differences. For anyone interested in multicultural education, teaching in a pluralistic society, and/or foundations of American culture and society.
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