6 edition of Teaching Ethnic Diversity with Film found in the catalog.
January 2, 2006
by McFarland & Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Carole Gerster (Editor), Laura W. Zlogar (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
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The resulting films offer teachers an effective means for teaching ethnic diversity in today’s media-saturated culture. This work details rationales and methods for incorporating readily available films into the high school and college undergraduate curriculum, particularly in history, social studies, literature, and film studies courses.
The resulting films offer teachers an effective means for teaching ethnic diversity in today’s media-saturated culture. This work details rationales and methods for incorporating readily available films into the high school and college undergraduate curriculum, particularly in history, social studies, literature, and film studies : Paperback.
After doing a lot of research, I came across the Ethnic Diversity Index and the Diversity Score. The Ethnic Diversity Index, according to“measures, on a scale of 0 tothe chance that two randomly chosen students come from a different racial group.”Author: Caroline Chan.
Teaching Ethnic Diversity with Film: Essays and Resources for Educators in History, Social Studies, Literature and Film Studies (Book Review). The resulting films offer teachers an effective means for teaching ethnic diversity in today's media-saturated culture. This work details rationales and methods for incorporating readily available films into the high school and college undergraduate curriculum, particularly in history, social studies, literature, and film studies courses.
Ticking Boxes: Short film on ethnic diversity in teaching A short film exploring diversity in teaching from the perspective of three ethnic minority teachers. Follow teachers through their working day as they candidly discuss the highs and lows of this most demanding profession.
Teaching About Culture, Ethnicity, and Diversity: Exercises and Planned Activities offer tools to those teachers and trainers who strive to increase understanding of and communication between ethnic and racial groups.
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Teaching Diversity with Film The Illinois and United States Constitutions guarantee that all people are to be treated as equals under the law. A wide range of anti-discrimination laws protect people including specific provisions against discrimination based on race, color,File Size: KB.
—Resolution B Diversity. NEA Handbook () Strategies. Here are some basic strategies for your exploration of diversity: Seize opportunities to learn about people of different backgrounds, cultures and experiences—whether through a book, a film, or a conversation ; Examine your own attitudes and beliefs about people who are different.
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Luke’s School, supporting 13 young people with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. They need to appreciate the splendid diversity that characterizes the United States. Thus, teaching about ethnic diversity should involve lessons on core values that foster unity among Americans of various backgrounds and ethnic identities.
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Resources and. At home, you can use these lessons as an excellent opportunity to emphasize the value of racial and cultural diversity. See the Broader Value of Teaching Acceptance Learning to appreciate all kinds of differences — not just racial and cultural but differences in socioeconomic levels, gender, and even disabilities — is an important skill in.