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ERIC Number: ED020820
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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KWAKIUTL VILLAGE AND SCHOOL.
WOLCOTT, HARRY F.
THE AUTHOR'S ONE-YEAR RESIDENCY AS TEACHER IN A KWAKIUTL INDIAN VILLAGE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FORMS THE BASIS OF THIS CASE STUDY. WITH EMPHASIS ON THE LIVES AND FAMILIES OF 5 SCHOOL CHILDREN, THE STUDY DEALS WITH THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURAL BACKGROUND OF THE VILLAGE, DISINTEGRATION OF THE INDIAN CULTURE AND THE TRANSITION TOWARD THE CANADIAN-AMERICAN CULTURE, THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AND SCHOOL-RELATED EXPERIENCES, AND THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN THE COMMUNITY. LATER PROGRESS OF SOME OF THE STUDENTS IS NOTED ALONG WITH AN ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL NEEDS IN A CROSS-CULTURAL ATMOSPHERE. THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE FROM HOLT, RINEHART, AND WINSTON, INC., NEW YORK, NEW YORK. (JEH)
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Identifiers: BRITISH COLUMBIA; CANADA; Kwakiutl (Tribe)