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ERIC Number: ED013743
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Pages: 1
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101 BOOKS FOR TEACHING THE DISADVANTAGED.
ORNSTEIN, ALLAN C.
AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 101 BOOKS SUITABLE FOR TEACHING URBAN DISADVANTAGED NEGRO AND PUERTO RICAN CHILDREN IS PRESENTED. THE BOOKS REFLECT THE ROLE AND CONTRIBUTION OF THE NEGRO AND PUERTO RICAN IN OUR HISTORY, ENHANCE THE ESSENTIAL DIGNITY AND INTEGRITY OF MINORITIES, PROVIDE APPRECIATION AND UNDERSTANDING OF MINORITIES, AND PROMOTE BROTHERHOOD. MOST OFTEN, THE DISADVANTAGED CHILD IS DEFICIENT IN READING SKILLS. CONSEQUENTLY, THE BOOKS RECOMMENDED FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL RANGE FROM FIFTH- TO NINTH-GRADE READING LEVEL, AND THE BOOKS RECOMMENDED FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS START FROM THE EIGHTH-GRADE LEVEL. THE BOOKS ARE LISTED UNDER SIX HEADINGS--THE PAST REEXAMINED, CURRENT LITERATURE WHICH REFLECTS OUR NATIONAL CHALLENGE, MUSIC AND ART, POETRY, THEATER, LITERATURE, THE SPORTS WORLD, AND FICTION AND SHORT STORIES. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN "JOURNAL OF READING," VOLUME 10, MAY 1967. (RH)
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Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.
Identifiers: New York City Board of Education