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ERIC Number: ED021912
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Feb
Pages: 5
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Some Ways to Teach Culturally Deprived Children.
Hayes, Harry
Chicago Schools Journal, v45 Feb 1964
Outlined is a typical routine for presenting lessons to culturally disadvantaged elementary school students, who seem to require highly structured, immediate, and concrete activities and material. It is felt that teachers need to develop and use a range of visual, manipulable learning devices, and to acquire an understanding of the background and the educability of these children by reading the professional literature. Parent-teacher conferences accompanied by lesson demonstrations, field trips with parental cooperation, audiovisual techniques, and a classroom store are successful methods for presenting education favorably to disadvantaged pupils and their families. (NH)
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