Helping Students Appreciate the Contributions of Minorities
This article gives special attention to ways to integrate black history into the social-studies curriculum. Recommendations given will facilitate an ongoing study of black history and heritage. Suggestions are divided into primary, intermediate, and upper elementary and secondary levels. Including the contributions of minorities in the school's curricula is one way to help children understand how important people are to one another. Teachers can use the same methods suggested to integrate the contributions of other minorities.
Carol J Wallington
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