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Inclusive Literature for Adolescents Text Set

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Tandfonline. Amazon. Dear Martin (9781101939499): Stone, Nic: Books. Brown Girl Dreaming: Jacqueline Woodson: 9780147515827: Books. Building the Collection - Inclusive Collections - LibGuides at Massachusetts Library System, Inc. 22 Diverse Book Choices for All Grade Levels. In a vibrant, multicultural society, representing the richness of students’ lives in a class or school library takes a conscious effort. Including writers and fictional characters with a variety of backgrounds, beliefs, and life circumstances is a way to increase the chances that students will find both windows and mirrors in the library—books that reflect their lives, and ones that give them insight into the lives and experiences of people who aren’t like them. No book shelf is going to represent the fullness of this nation. Diverse Texts for Secondary ELA - Nouvelle ELA Teaching Resources. Hey y’all!

Diverse Texts for Secondary ELA - Nouvelle ELA Teaching Resources

Are you looking for diverse texts for secondary ELA? Do you want to grow your classroom library or find suggestions for a lit circle? Look no further! Books That Promote Diversity and Inclusion. Diverse and Inclusive Books to Inspire Young Adults. By the time readers are young adults, their worlds have broadened to include a wide range of people and life experiences that inform their developing identities. As teenage readers discover who they are, it's important that they have access to stories that reflect and celebrate the full range of human experiences and a diversity of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical and mental abilities, religion, and culture. The following topics and themes are explored in this list: For even more Scholastic books that explore these themes, check out our catalog, The Power of Story: Diverse Books for All Readers.

Culturally Sustaining and Inclusive YA Literature: Valuing the Knowledge, Stories, and Truths of Adolescent Life. This post was written by NCTE member R.

Culturally Sustaining and Inclusive YA Literature: Valuing the Knowledge, Stories, and Truths of Adolescent Life

Joseph Rodríguez. Across the country, young adult (YA) literature is a growing field in publica­tion, research, and teaching, and includes youth and adolescent studies, literary criticism, and literacy education. In the search for a balance between the classics and contemporary classics, educators and scholars seek literary works that speak to the lives of adolescents ages 12–20. The adolescent protagonists and characters young people meet in these books help them cope with dilemmas and make sense of their relationships and their world, by shedding light both on experiences that resonate with and experiences that differ from their own. Classroom Resources. Pratt-Johnson - Communicating Cross-Culturally: What Teachers Should Know. The Internet TESLJournal Yvonne Pratt-Johnsonprattjoy [at] stjohns.eduSt.

Pratt-Johnson - Communicating Cross-Culturally: What Teachers Should Know

John's University (Queens, New York, USA) This article looks at the need for teachers to be culturally responsive and competent as schools and classrooms become increasingly linguistically and culturally diverse. It highlights five points of cultural difference with which all teachers should be aware when teaching students of diverse backgrounds. Preparing for Cultural Diversity: Resources for Teachers. How can teachers effectively engage students from diverse backgrounds? It's a question many teachers face, and of course, there isn't one prescribed strategy that works. Luckily, there are many useful resources to help new and veteran educators explore the subject.

If you're looking for a starting point, How Can We Prepare Teachers to Work With Culturally Diverse Students and Their Families? (an article from the Family Research Project at Harvard University) features insightful advice and useful tips from leading diversity education specialists. Think Inclusive Podcast. The Language of Inclusive Education: Exploring speaking, listening, reading ... - Elizabeth Walton - Google Books.

Inclusion Strategies That Work for Adolescent Learners! - Google Books. Mirrors Windows and Sliding Glass Doors.