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ERIC Number: ED029928
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Dec-1
Pages: 33
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Teaching Culturally Disadvantaged Pupils (Grades K-12). Unit III: The Culturally Disadvantaged Negro Student.
Johnson, Kenneth R.
The third of a series of teacher education units on teaching the disadvantaged contains material specifically about the Negro student. Reviewed are the scope and significance of the problem of educating these students, with some brief remarks on their location. The factors which contribute to the cultural deprivation of Negroes are described--slavery, discrimination, the development of Negro subculture, particular features of the Negro family, the ghetto, and the Negro self concept. The concluding section discusses the aspects of the teacher's role which are specific to the education of the disadvantaged Negro student. The major points of the unit are briefly summarized, and questions for discussion and a bibliography are included. For other units in this series see also UD 005 366, UD 006 843, UD 006 842, UD 007 191, UD 006 841, and UD 005 472. (NH)
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Authoring Institution: Science Research Associates, Inc., Chicago, IL.
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