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ERIC Number: ED017503
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 42
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Reference Count: 0
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TEACHING ENGLISH TO THE CULTURALLY DIFFERENT.
BAILEY, DOROTHY DEE
WORKING AS A RESEARCH TEAM, STUDENTS IN A CLASS IN THE TEACHING OF SECONDARY ENGLISH AT WEST CHESTER COLLEGE, PENNSYLVANIA, COMPILED THIS ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF READING MATERIALS FOR USE WITH CULTURALLY-DEPRIVED STUDENTS. RECOMMENDED BOOKS FOR THE STUDENT ARE DIVIDED INTO (1) PROSE--INCLUDING HISTORIES, BIOGRAPHIES, NOVELS AND SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS, (2) POETRY, AND (3) TEXTBOOKS-PARTICULARLY THOSE WHICH COULD AID STUDENTS IN IMPROVING LANGUAGE AND READING SKILLS. READING AND INTEREST LEVELS ARE INDICATED. A PEDAGOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR TEACHERS OF THE CULTURALLY DIFFERENT LISTS BOTH BOOKS AND PERIODICAL ARTICLES. ALSO INCLUDED IS (1) A REPORT ON VISITS TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN COATESVILLE AND DOWNINGTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, (2) A REPORT ON A CONFERENCE WITH COORDINATORS FOR INTERGROUP EDUCATION IN THE PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND (3) THE GENERAL CONCLUSIONS OF THE RESEARCH GROUP ABOUT THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CULTURALLY-DEPRIVED YOUTH AND THE LEGITIMATE AIMS OF ENGLISH PROGRAMS FOR THESE STUDENTS. (DL)
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Authoring Institution: West Chester State Coll., PA.
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