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Other readings that reflect the same ideas are Pedagogy of the Oppressed. by P. Freire, and C. Lewis "Give people a chance: Acknowledging social differences in .

Please refer to how should Johnny learn?. USA Today. 05 March, 2009 for a very current depiction on how students should be learning in the Public School systems and issues on improving curriculum.

In W. B. Tyler's Organizational Structure of the , he describes the inner workings and the foundations to the school system. This is a strong tool in developing a new system, or more improved educational system that is better equipped to teach English to Minority students.

Another educational system/strategy that has integrated modern ethnic literature into their curriculum is illustrated by Katherine Crawford-Garret in Mango Street: Speech, Action and the Construction of Narrative in Spectator . She uses the book "House on Mango Street" by Sandra Cisneros to draw on her minority genuine interest in the literature and tie to their home life to then make speech more understandable.

In Carol Teaching ethnic diversity with film: essays and resources for educators in history, social studies, literature and film studies. She states that multicultural (ethnic) literature is a great tool in teaching diversity issues to high school students.

In Colleen World of Literature Appreciating Ethnic Diversity With When I was Puerto . She expresses similar claims of power of multicultural literature, and how it is a great tool for ethnic and diversity appreciation.

In Dana Anne transactions with multicultural poetry in the high school classroom" to see how another teacher uses ethnic literature to engage her students.

Also refer to Patricia Teaching and learning in a diverse world , as she expresses similar suggestions to help minority students in the classroom. She also gives suggestions to help teachers implement these techniques and strategies.

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There is much information discussing the benefits of using ethnic/multicultual literature in the High School English Classroom.

The following sources were just a few in the findings;
*the discuss the strategies of reforming curriculum
*the usage of ethnic literature
*the benefits and potential of ethnic literature in the classroom
*what mind set/ideology the teachers should take when proceeding on such a large tasks.
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Other readings that reflect the same ideas are Pedagogy of the Oppressed. by P. Freire, and C. Lewis "Give people a chance: Acknowledging social differences in .

Please refer to how should Johnny learn?. USA Today. 05 March, 2009 for a very current depiction on how students should be learning in the Public School systems and issues on improving curriculum.

In W. B. Tyler's Organizational Structure of the , he describes the inner workings and the foundations to the school system. This is a strong tool in developing a new system, or more improved educational system that is better equipped to teach English to Minority students.

Another educational system/strategy that has integrated modern ethnic literature into their curriculum is illustrated by Katherine Crawford-Garret in Mango Street: Speech, Action and the Construction of Narrative in Spectator . She uses the book "House on Mango Street" by Sandra Cisneros to draw on her minority genuine interest in the literature and tie to their home life to then make speech more understandable.

In Carol Teaching ethnic diversity with film: essays and resources for educators in history, social studies, literature and film studies. She states that multicultural (ethnic) literature is a great tool in teaching diversity issues to high school students.

In Colleen World of Literature Appreciating Ethnic Diversity With When I was Puerto . She expresses similar claims of power of multicultural literature, and how it is a great tool for ethnic and diversity appreciation.

In Dana Anne transactions with multicultural poetry in the high school classroom" to see how another teacher uses ethnic literature to engage her students.

Also refer to Patricia Teaching and learning in a diverse world , as she expresses similar suggestions to help minority students in the classroom. She also gives suggestions to help teachers implement these techniques and strategies.

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[[Teaching Multicultural Literature In Grades K-8]]

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[[W. F. Pinar's What is curriculum theory?]]

[[Christine Sleeters's Un-Standardizing Curriculum]]

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